In Loving Memory
Friday, Nov 21, 2003
HOWARD LEE PARROTT
NORTH FAIRFIELD , OH
Howard Lee Parrott, 74, of North Fairfield, died Friday at Wade Park Veteran Hospital in Cleveland, OH.
He was born April 18, 1929 in Plymouth Township, to the late Hartson F. and Charity (Crager) Parrott, and was a lifelong area resident.
He also lived in Hemet, CA in 1968 - 1970. Work as a mechanic for Hemet Imported Auto Service.
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Army Air Force, serving as a mechanic during the W.W.II. He was a former
state director of the Brothers of the Third Wheel Trike Association and
was a member of the Greater Toledo Volkswagen Club. He was a former
member of Civil Air Patrol.
Ohio Civil Air Patrol
He was a former employee of Detrich Volkswagen in Sandusky and had also worked at Rotary Printing Company. He had been a Volkswagen mechanic for many years. Retried VW Mechanic.
He was a member of the North Fairfield Historical Society, the Brothers of the Third Wheel Trike Association and enjoyed auto racing, model airplanes, model trains and his Family. He had attended auto body and fender design school in Chicago, Illinois in 1950.
He is survived by his wife, Wilma M. (Orphey) Parrott, whom he married April 12, 1952 in a ceremony performed by the Rev. J.P. Garcia; a son, Brian L. Parrott of Norwalk; a daughter, Linda (Parrott) Reilly of Norwalk; five grandchildren, a step grandson and six great grandchildren; a Half brother, Henry Cole of Willard; Half sisters, Mildred (Cole) Wright of Plymouth, Aggie Louise (Irvin) Jamerson of Plymouth and Mary (Irvin) Wright of Shelby.
He was preceded in death by a brother, James Arthur Parrott in 1996; a Half sister, Marjorie (Cole) Baugh in 2001; Myrtle Fay Parrott in 1970; Velma Ruth Parrott in 1914 and a grandson Adam Parrott in 1990.
Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Walker Funeral Home, 98 W. Main St., Norwalk, OH.
Private graveside services will be held at the New North Fairfield Cemetery.
Notes: Howard Lee Parrott had a Heart Transplant in Madison, Wisconsin VA hosp., on 5 Feb 1996. He was the oldest Veterans to receive a Heart Transplant In Madison, Wisconsin.
Mrs. L. Reilly
P. O. Box 623