Judith C. Parker, age 75, of North Haven, passed away at her home on October 9, 2011. Judith was born in Newton, MA on April 16, 1934, a daughter of the late Arthur G. Curran, Jr & Ruth Allen Curren. Judith is survived by her husband Peter Parker; her daughters, Stephanie Perkins & her husband David of North Haven and Gretchen Fitzgerald & her husband Kent of Emmaus, PA; her son Gregory Parker & his wife Amanda of Westport; grandchildren, Geoffrey Perkins & his wife Jacquelyn, Benjamin, Jessica & Samantha Parker and Catelyn Fitzgerald; her great granddaughter Kelsey Perkins and her sisters, Janice Moffitt of NC, Diana Bennett of MA & Jennifer Paine of ME. Judith was an avid swimmer and cyclist and during the past 15 years especially enjoyed multi-week bicycle touring with her sister Jan - in Italy, France, the Canadian Rockies, the Columbia River Valley and the Outer Banks. Her funeral service will be held privately with her family. Contribution in her memory may be made to CT Hospice- 100 Double Beach Rd, Branford, CT 06405 or to ALS Research- ALS Association, 4 Oxford Rd. Unit 4, Milford, CT 06460. Arrangements are in care of BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Avenue, Hamden.

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  1. To the Parker family, please accept my sincere regrets and loss over the passing of your dear wife, mother, and grandmother. Having Gretchen and Greg as Captains of our High School Swim Teams was a highlight of my coaching career. Knowing your mother was willing to help at a moments notice was something I could always count on. I know she was and is extremely proud of her family. My prayers are with you all.

  2. Gretchen, Kent, Catelyn and the entire Parker family: we were so sorry to hear about your mom. I remember how close you were to your parents and hope that you always will be. Sending lots of love and prayers to you and your family, Heidi, Erik, Hannah, Jordan and Emma Feig

  3. As the Scribe for Mt. Holyoke College’s Class of 1958, I want to extend my codolances. Ann (Thomps) Thompson shared her thoughts with us and it sounded like Judy was courageous, direct and wonderfully supported by her family. There will be an obituary for her shortly on our webpage (alumnae/mtholyoke.edu/1958 – click on .Welcome.. Warmly, JoanHeyman Rosen

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