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Mark Roberts

Freddy was my cousin. I used to stay in contact with him and stop in to see him from time to time. The last time I saw him, I stopped by unexpectedly with my kid to let him know that my father had passed away. Freddie, like always, welcomed me, was incredibly kind and thoughtful, and we shared a lot of memories and laughs. I have been meaning to go back to say hi, but I live in SC and when I travel to Florida it always seems I am in a rush and I kept thinking 'next time'. I sent him Christmas cards and tired to call to stay in touch. Here is is, a year after he passed and I wanted to look him up to see if I could find a new phone number and schedule a visit. It breaks my heart that I am too late. Please take the time to visit loved ones even when its inconvenient. At some point, it will be too late and you can't go back and let them know they were on your mind and you missed them. Rest well, Freddy. I am sure Tiny was there to meet you. And all the dalmations! Thanks for always showing me and my brother such love when we came to visit when we were small. And for always treating me like I was special when I came to visit. Miss you.

Ann Hance-Horne

Rest In Peace, Freddie. I never heard you say an unkind word to anyone. Fly high with God’s Angels my friend.

Cherri Hursey

The first time I met him when I moved next door to Jimbo, he ask me if I could make biscuits, I said no. I saw a recipe just recently for biscuits, made the biscuits, gave to Jimbo to give to him.I sure hope he knows he was a sweet person. Jimbo and Shelli took such good care of him.

Gurley Family

My Husband always had alit of respect fir Mr. Freddy. So sorry to see this. Prayers for all of his Friends.

Teresa Haddock Vos

I always loved Freddy. He was a sweet man. He will be missed.

Aubra Fred "Freddy" Parker


Aubra Fred “Freddy” Parker, 77, of Yulee passed away Friday, March 11, 2022 at the Warner Center for Caring.

Born in Jacksonville, Freddy was the son of the late Aubra Fred and Beatrice Roberts Parker. He was raised in Yulee and except for his time in the Army he spent his entire life in Yulee.

He served honorably in the U. S. Army in Vietnam. He worked in construction and loved being able to build houses for people. In addition to construction work, Freddy served for over 27 years as a volunteer firefighter with the Yulee Fire Department. He will always be remembered for his dedicated service and for how much he loved being a firefighter. He collected old cars and firetrucks but may be best known for his love of his dogs, Dalmatians. At one time he owned several of the iconic dogs and he loved them as though they were family.

Freddy never married. He leaves to mourn his loss several close and long-time friends.

Graveside funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Hughes Cemetery with Chaplain Jackie Hayes officiating. There will be a graveside visitation for the hour prior to the service.

Freddy will be laid to rest beside his mother.


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