PARKS, Stephanie Stephanie Elvey Parks, 46, died on November 23, 2013. Born in Melrose, MA, she grew up in Dunwoody, GA and graduated from Chamblee High School. A few years later, Stephanie relocated to Baton Rouge, LA, where she met her beloved husband, William Parks. She was pre-deceased by her husband and her memory will be treasured forever by her sisters Andrea Veltre & Kristina Rollings, her mother Mary Kirby and her father Russell Elvey; her brothers-in-law John Veltre & Greg Rollings, nieces Ryann Redmond, Giovanna & Gabrielle Veltre, Sydney & Riley Rollings, nephews Russell Redmond, Nicholas Amante & Jeremiah Veltre; several aunts, uncles, cousins, her grandfather, and many friends and staff at Just People, Inc., where she lived for over a decade. Visitation will be Wednesday, November 27th from 6:00PM until 8:00PM at Wages & Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 am on Friday, November 29th at St Stephens the Martyr Catholic Church in Lilburn and the family will receive guests after Mass in the Fellowship Hall. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Stephanie’s name to Just People, Inc, 1420 Oakbrook Dr, Norcross, GA 30093.

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  1. Rest in Peace Stephy
    You were always a shining light
    Remembering the good times at Lake Lanier
    Forever in our hearts

  2. We will miss you Stephanie,the good times we had and laughter,you always had a smile oh and all the dances I know you’re dancing in heaven now.Gone but never forgotten.love you Stephanie

  3. I am so sorry you have lost your precious sister and daughter. I know how wonderfully supportive you girls were of your sister. My prayers for all of you.

  4. Stephanie thanks for helping at the thrift store and for helping with Grandma Homer and Louise. Say hi to Louise and Annie and Oliver for me! Love you! Lana

  5. Prayers sent to all the Elvey and Park families. Even though I have not see her in years her smile is still in my heart from years of softball at Murphey Candler. God bless you Stephanie.

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