Robert “Bob” Parks, 81, of Lowell formerly of Manchester and Nashua, NH

 

Robert “Bob” Parks, 81, of Lowell formerly of Manchester and Nashua, NH
died Friday, April 13, 2018 at Town and Country Nursing Home in Lowell, MA.
Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Warren and Beatrice Parks.
He attended Ashland High School. Bob retired as a machinist from
Freudenberg-NOK Technologies in Manchester, NH.
He enjoyed working on his cars, traveling out west; especially Colorado,
vacationing in York Beach, ME, hunting, saltwater fishing on Salisbury
Beach, boating and going to flea markets and yard sales on the weekends.
Bob is survived by his daughter, Holly Lascko and her husband Alexander of
South Weymouth; grandson, Jason Larkin Jr. of South Weymouth; beloved
friends, Vera Welch of Tyngsboro and Amy Tweedie of Nashua; brothers, Ray
Parks and his wife Ann of South Dennis, Richie Parks of Hyannis; sisters,
Barbara Keefe and late husband Bob of Framingham, and Janet Brash and her
husband Doug of Jupiter, Florida; he is also survived by many nieces and
nephews.
He was the brother of the late Eugene “Bunney” Parks of Mashpee, and Phil
Parks of Pocasset.
No visiting hours. Burial in Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, MA at a date to be
determined by the family. Please contact Holly Lascko for information.

ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

  1. Janet Brash says:

    I’m deeply saddened by the passing of my brother, Bob. He was one of the nicest guys I know. Always a kind word and my memories with him will live forever in my heart.
    Without question, Bob was always there when I needed him. For me, he was one of my rocks. I’m still trying to wrap my head around the fact that he’s gone. May you have the peace and comfort that you deserve, dear brother. All of us hold temporary lives in this world, and we will all have our day with our Creator and be reunited with dearly departed ones. I’ll see you again one day until then, know that I love you, always. Your loving sister, Janet

  2. Amy Tweedie ❤ says:

    Bob parks was a very kind man. I was very close with him. I’m glad i got to spend many years with boba as his very good friend like a daughter to him. He was a very strong man that went through a lot in life but always still remained positive and had a big heart loved everyone in his life. I will miss him so much. He had a smile and laugh that I loved to see and hear. Bob always enjoy and loved our time together talked about everything❤. I use to call him Bronko thats what people called him because his cowboy hats and his past. I’m going to miss Bob so much :(.

  3. Amy Tweedie ❤ says:

    Bob parks was a very kind man. I was very close with him. I’m glad i got to spend many years with boba as his very good friend like a daughter to him. He was a very strong man that went through a lot in life but always still remained positive and had a big heart loved everyone in his life. I will miss him so much. He had a smile and laugh that I loved to see and hear. Bob always enjoy and loved our time together talked about everything❤. I use to call him Bronko thats what people called him because his cowboy hats and his past. I’m going to miss Bob so much :(.

  4. Janet Parks says:

    I was so glad “OUR” Sweet Daughter got to visit with you. Be with God and your Family. You were loved.

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