November 11, 1967 ~ January 10, 2021

Born in: West Helana, AR
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Leorndes Frierson was born on November 11, 1967 to the late Sammy Frierson and Delphine Frierson in West Helena, Arkansas. He worked at the BP Oil Industry until his untimely death.

Leorndes graduated from Central High School in Helena, Arkansas. Leorndes attended St. John Apostolic Holiness Church in Tucker, GA. Leorndes loved to praise God. He believed in giving God praise daily in a shout or dance. Leorndes always supported and visited his family. Leorndes will be remembered for his love to bake. He had excellent skills in preparing delicious cakes and pies that people would purchase.

In addition to his parents, Leorndes was preceded in death by three brothers, Jessie Parker, Jr., Elton Parker, Edwin Lee Parker and one sister, Felecia Frierson Martinez.

He leaves to cherish his memories, nine brothers, Charles (Jerlean) Parker of Chicago, IL; Melton (Cynthia) Parker of Borne, Texas; Terry (Arlene) Parker of Locust Grove, GA; Secevers (Charlene) Parker of Covington, GA; Patrick Parker, Sr. of West Helena, AR; Ira (Sheila) Parker of Lithonia, GA; Pastor Randy (Carmela) Parker of Chicago, IL; Alfonzo (Cynthia) Frierson of Lithonia, GA, and Keith Frierson of Clarkston, GA; Three sisters, Bernice Parker of Snellville, GA; Christine Parker of Stone Mountain, GA; and Tammie Kinsey of Jacksonville, FL along with a host of nieces, nephews, family members and friends who will miss him dearly.


Visitation: January 17, 2021 3:00 pm - January 17, 2021 4:00 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


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  1. CandleImageTo my uncle lee lee I am going to miss you . I remember when we live together before I moved to Southaven and all the fun times we would have at the house. I will miss our talks and especially our late night giggles . I enjoy our last conversation we talk for a long time who would have known that would be our last time speaking. Say hello to Lil C for me. And keep watching over us love ya Tiffany

    • Lee Lee
      You have always been a positive and joyful person! Bringing the love of Jesus with you through your laugh and amazing cakes. You kept everyone connected. I want to thank you for sharing the family cake recipes with me! I promise to continue the legacy! You will be missed and I will continue to tell the world that “There is Life in Jesus” All right now!!!
      Love you!

  2. CandleImageLee Lee I will miss your smile and laughter. Thank you for your beacon of light that shined so bright in the World.

    God Bless your Sister in Love, Charlene

  3. CandleImageLee, man this is still unbelievable. I think I’m almost speechless because I remember talking to you about renting a vehicle to drive out of town for another service – another family member. No one could’ve convinced me literally one week later our family’s reality would be changed again so suddenly.

    I always appreciated you for helping Mother and checking on her just because. That’s love and I’m grateful for it! I’m LOL at the movie one liners and song lyrics that were the inside joke(s) for me, you, and Lisa used in regular conversations. They were humorous to each of us because ‘we got it.’ “I would’ve called Mark, but I didn’t have a phone.” Boomerang, the movie. And then cellphones became a thing, right? Remember all the way back to Concepts 21??? We were kids trying to figure it all out and learning from mistakes along the way. In your memory, I’ll listen to ‘Stranger’ by Donald Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers. I could never find that clip of the Wings of Faith Church version again. I know you’d remember it. That choir was gettin’ it bro.

    Lee-Lee, I bid you farewell until we meet again. Laugh more and catch up with Lisa. The laughs, the laughs, the laughs. Now that you’ve transitioned, the young lady who’s always smiling is Reggie and my other sister, Kimberly. Hug her for me and sing for her any song, off-key, as only you can.

    To quote one of your last comments on social media: “…To God Be The Glory.” I hope you’re well, I hope you’re free.


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