Celebrating The Life Of Loved Ones

Mae Maxine Dennis Parker

Mae Maxine Dennis Parker, 91, of Albemarle, NC passed away Friday, June 28th, 2019 at Bethany Woods Nursing & Rehab.  Her funeral will be Monday, July 1st at 11AM at Stanly Funeral & Cremation Care Chapel in Albemarle with Rev. Ron Loflin officiating. Burial will follow in the Canton Baptist Church Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 9:30AM until 10:30AM prior to the service.

Mae was born May 23rd, 1928 in Stanly County to the late Julius Dennis and Sylvania Dennis.  She retired from Albemarle Spinning.  Mae attended Lakeview Baptist Church and Canton Baptist Church throughout her life.

She was married to her late husband, Billie Price Parker.  She is survived by two daughters; Hazel (David) Misenheimer of Richfield, NC, and Carolyn (Jack) Deese of Loveland, CO., eight grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by son Henry Price Parker, brothers James “Hoss” Dennis and Jerome Leonard Dennis, sisters Thelma Dellenback, Julia Vain, Edna Wilkinson, Soonie Dennis and Mary Lee Dennis.

Stanly Funeral & Cremation Care of Albemarle is serving the Parker family.

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  • Tammy Pickler Posted June 29, 2019 9:19 pm

    Hazel, It was an honor to be one of the many to help care for your mom at Bethany Woods the last few months. You and your family are in our prayers. RIP Ms. Mae!!

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