Julia H. Parker • May 10, 2021

Julia (Judy) Howell Parker, 87, of Pensacola passed away peacefully on Monday, May 10, 2021 and went to join her beloved husband of 62 years, Poly Parker. She was a Roman Catholic and a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

Judy was born September 24, 1933 to S. B. Howell and Katharine Emma Howell. She was a lifelong resident of Pensacola, descended from Emanuel Juan Villar, who came to Pensacola in 1781. She attended Pensacola High School and graduated with the class of 1951.

Judy was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, and sister. She is survived by her four children: Bernie (Trisha) Parker, Jaye (John) Batog, Angel (Ron) Barnes, and John (Jenny) Parker. Grandchildren are Jennifer (Ed) Powell, Andrew (Minhnhat) Batog, Stephen (Amanda) Batog, Jessica (Aaron) Batog, Amy (Tim) Everhart, Hayley Barnes, Emily (Antonio) Lugo, and Taylor Barnes. Great grandchildren are Elizabeth and Caterina Powell, and Livia and Julian Batog. Judy leaves behind a sister, Kay Walsh of Chula Vista, California, along with several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, her brother Joseph C. Howell, and her granddaughter Maria Parker. Pallbearers are: Stephen Batog, Taylor Barnes, Ed Powell, Donnie Rozier, Wes Rozier, Bill Parker and Aaron Schooley.

Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home on Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 10:00 AM, with the service to follow at 11:00 AM. Masks are requested for anyone attending who is not fully vaccinated. Dress will be casual to honor Judy, who loved her t-shirts and jeans.

  1. Kay Walsh says:

    Forever sisters; Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let Perpetual Light shone upon her.

  2. Darlene Reno says:

    We love y’all very much! And, we know Judy and Poly are making sweet music together!!! Neenie, Darlene, Darren, John, Brandi & Kamen

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