August 6, 1983 - July 19, 2021
Obituary The righteous perish and no one ponders it in his heart, devout men are taken away and no one understands that the righteous are taken to be spared from evil. Those who walk uprightly enter into peace: they find rest as they lie in death. Isaiah 57:1-2 Sunrise: August 6, 1983 Sunset: July 19, 2021 Tony Lee Parker, Jr. affectionately known as TeeJay, Lil’ Tony and Tony Jr. entered this world on August 6, 1983 in Richmond, Virginia. He was the only blessing born to both his parents. He graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 2001. TeeJay was also a naturally gifted artist. Shortly after high school graduation he was accepted to and attended the Art Institute of Atlanta. He later relocated back to Richmond, Virginia where he made the decision to accept a position with Coca Cola Enterprises where he would be gainfully employed just shy of 11 years. The calmness of his spirit was unchanging, TeeJay was as gentle and laid back as they come. All those who were blessed to get the opportunity to know or meet him loved and/or respected who he was as a person. He was called home, back to glory to be with the Lord because his job here was done, the assignment that he had been given involving touching all of our lives was mastered and completed, it was simply time to go home. “To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord”. Thank you GOD that we all know that our TeeJay, Lil’ Tony and Tony Jr. is in your presence. He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Vincent and Dorothy Lee Parker, James B. Harris, Sr. and his uncle James A. Muse, Jr. He leaves cherished memories to his mother, Michele Y. Muse; father, Tony Lee Parker, Sr. (Sandra); grandmother, Phyllis (Ah-ra) Muse, Helen Harris; grandfather, James A. Muse, Sr.; uncles, Leon Parker (Joyce) Tremaine Muse, Samuel A. Johnson and James B. Harris Jr. (Cortina); aunts, Dorothy A. Parker, Betty Cosby, Brenda Parker, Marjorie Muse, Renee Muse and Sheronda Meyers; a special mention to each and every cousin that he had that meant so much to him and a host of other relatives and friends.
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