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 Parker-Otis H.
Born: 08/11/1962
Died: 02/04/2018
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Parker-Otis H.

Otis H. Parker (RunRun) died Sunday February 4, 2018 at Jersey City Medical Center where he was an inpatient since October 2017 recovering from hiatal hernia surgery. Otis was a Colonia, NJ resident, born August 11, 1962, to the late Floye B. (Ayers) and Earl Parker. He attended Dickinson High School and was a  retired certified tree trimmer for Hudson County Parks and Recreation. He was a PADI certified open water diver since July 1993 and enjoyed Scuba Diving at their time share in Aruba. He dove at several locations including Bonaire, Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Key West, etc. Otis enjoyed bowling, Rock and Roll music, but above all riding his Harley Davidson Motorcycle. He was a Loyal Member of Obal's Ace's MC 151 OAFFOA in Bloomfield and always extended his hand in friendship to his follow sisters and brothers. MLH&R. Otis was a dedicated husband and adored his beloved wife, Deborah. He loved all animals  especially his Rottweillers; he has joined them on the Rainbow Bridge. He is survived by his  loving wife, Deborah M. Murray, a brother, Donnie and a sister, Judy Spellman who reside in Pennsylvania. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Wednesday February 7, 2018 and Thursday February 8, 2018 at Greenville Memorial Home Jersey City from 4:00pm-9:00pm. Family and Friends will gather at the Funeral Home on Friday February 9, 2018 at 9:45am. Funeral Mass St. Aloysius Church Jersey City 11:00am. Cremation Private. In Lieu of flowers, please make donations to an Animal Rescue Organization of your choice
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Deb, John and I are extending our deepest sympathy to you during this time. We were truly fortunate to have met such a wonderful person. Hugs and our deepest sympathy. The Mitzens
John and Trish Mitzen
My sympathy goes out to Deb on the loss of her husband Otis. I rode with him a few times in Rahway. Condolences to the family and prayers to help through this time of sorrow. Deb please contact me if you need anything.
Linda Goins
I had the great pleasure of being in Otis's life we met oh wow in the early 90's working over by Lincoln Park when he was working as a tree trimmer and I had just started there Otis introduced himself later to find out that was just the kind man he is we hit it off he would give me tomatoes peppers to take from the garden in by our work shop that was just the kind of guy he is I left the parks went to work for Jersey City and soon to be introduced to his wife Debbie Murray and I wound up becoming the dear friends it was my husband and I Debbie and Otis the Awesome Foursome Otis to me was my big brother we had formed a bond so yeah Otis will be missed dearly and I will be forever grateful to have been in Otis Parkers circle now he can meet my husband who will probably have met him already and take care of each other DRINKING THEIR ICED TEA ❤️
Carol Pasquale
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