Gary Michael Parker Sr

Gary Michael Parker Sr., 63, passed away peacefully at home October 16, 2016 in Seabrook Texas.    He was born September 3, 1953 in Houston Texas.  He was united in marriage with Theresa (Terri) Kasmiersky on January 13, 1995.  He was the loving father of three sons, Gary Michael Jr., Huling Houston V and Conrad Lee.

Gary will be remembered for his sense of humor and heavenly outlook on life.

He was preceded in death by his father Huling Houston, Sr. He is survived by mother Catherine Louise Malitz Parker; brother Huling Houston, Jr. (Skip) and wife Paula; sister Karen Louise Parker; many nieces and nephews.

A public visitation will be held from 5-7pm Monday, October 24, with a rosary at 7pm and a time for sharing memories at 8pm at St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 18223 Point Lookout Dr, Nassau Bay, 77058.

A viewing will be at 10am on Tuesday with the Mass following at 11am.   Gary will be laid to rest in the Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, Texas.

In lieu of flowers you may make a contribution to St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church to provide altar flowers throughout the year in loving memory of Gary Parker.







  1. I know he loved me and my family, he was the best at showing it. I will truly miss him. I feel so much for Terri and the kids. Please call on me when you need a hand.

    Aaron Pierce
  2. Dear Terri, No one can know the pain of loss that you feel. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will pray for the repose of the soul of Gary and for the comfort of the Holy Spirit for those he leaves behind. Blessings, Mary K.

    Mary K Maxwell
  3. I will always remember Gary’s boyish look and laughter. He always was there to liven up a crowd, just when it needed refreshing. He got excited to show you his new, bike, boat, car etc. as though it was the first one he had.

    Most and foremost, were his Children. He was ever so proud of each one them and loved them dearly, Along with as Gary said the “light of his life”, Terri.

    My love and prayers goes out to your family Gary.

    Gwen Hughes
  4. Gary, as a fellow brother of the hook you will be surely missed. Your devotion to your work and employer was a sight to see. You where a true craftsman with the wit to make it fun..I would like to thank you one last time for teaching me what you knew without worry of being wronged..Thanks and rest in peace buddy.

    Nick Vitello
  5. I will never forget that day Gary came in the unit and gave me a bogus name but the voice gave him away. He was a wonderful man and so highly talked about by my husband. Terry, the one thing I am thankful for in all this is I was able to meet you and become friends with you. You have become dear to my heart. He will be missed. No matter how busy life gets we will stay in touch. Love and pray Pease over all your family. A strength beyond your understanding. When the night is quiet and you have nothing to do, remember God loves you and gave you many beautiful years with Gary. Love you..

    Angela Vitello
  6. Terri and boys, my prayers are with you and I know he will continue to look out for you. God bless!

    Tamara Syers
  7. Dear Terri and Family, So sorry for yalls loss. Dickie told me how great a guy he was and I know he must of been or Terri would not of married him. My prayers are with you and yours.

    Monica Escalante Hudson
  8. Gary Parker was one of the best men I ever had the privilege to know. With a kind heart and wisdom, he was like a second father to me. Always patient and a great listener; he made a difference in my life and in others who knew him. Having the blessing to know Gary over 15 years, his love for his family was his source of strength and most prized parts of his wonderful life.

    He is family in our book and the source of special memories to my children, wife, and me. The world was a better place with Brother Gary Parker and I am sure he is in Heaven, the place not made with human hands, reserved for those who do the master’s work.

    From the Tacker Family–we love you Gary, Terri, Michael, Houston, and Conrad.

    Anthony M. Tacker
  9. Dear Terri & Sons,
    We are so sorry for your lose. You & your sons are in our thoughts & prayers at this difficult time! May the light of the Lord shine on your family!!! We love you!!!
    Our Deepest Condolences,
    Nina & Mike Mullin, Alex & Maxine Wrobleski

    Nina Mullin
  10. Dam I wish you were still here miss you bro

    Bob langham

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