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Oraola “Bobbye” Parsley

March 14, 1926     ~     February 3, 2015

Oraola “Bobbye” Parsley, 88, Park City, died Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at her residence. A native of Hiseville, she was the daughter of the late Wilson and Lelia Mae Spencer Everett. She was a graduate of Bowling Green Business University and had been employed as bookkeeper at various locations including Cave City Motel and local tobacco warehouses. She was a former secretary at First Christian Church in Glasgow; a member of the Glasgow Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star; a member of the Park City Homemakers; a member of the Hiseville Christian Church; and an avid participant of quilting, gardening, and pottery making. She especially loved culturing her large array of iris.

Survivors include her husband Edward Parsley; three grandchildren: Chad Parsley, Keshia Parsley, and Nancy Parsley; one brother: W.S. Everett; four nieces and nephews: Wendy Ogden and husband Dennis, Dave Everett and wife Rella, Rich Everett and wife Jenny, Janet Gonzales and husband Joe; and a special neighbor who was looked upon as a daughter: Peggy Cox Carpenter.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her children: Stephen Everett Parsley and Glenda Suzanne Parsley.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the Hiseville Christian Church with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Visitation will be from 1 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home and after 10:00 a.m. Saturday at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Hiseville Christian Church.

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4 Entries for Oraola “Bobbye” Parsley

  1. Bob Wick says:

    I will miss you Bobbye. You were like a sister to me. Rest In Peace.
    My condolences to the Everett family an to the Parsley family.

  2. Cookie Ford & Family says:

    We’re praying for the family. We love you Keshia

  3. Susan Wells Bunch says:

    Bobbye you & Ed have & always will be like a Grandma & Grandpa to me. I love you both so much. Growing up on ya’lls farm in the late 70’s & 80’s was so great. I loved going to church & sunday school with you all. I have the greatest memories. Ed loves to tell me what a handful I was. Now that I’m grown, I didn’t get to see you all as much as I’d like, but you both will always be in my heart. God has gained another angel. I love you Bobbye.

  4. nancy emmitt says:

    I didn’t know miss bobbye and mr ed but all I have ever hear was these were two great people from Carolyn,kay,bernell. my thoughts and prayers are with their family at this time