Oma Lee Parker Vandeventer


Oma Lee Parker Vandeventer, 86, of London, passed away Saturday, March 30, 2019, at her home.
She was born May 15, 1932 in Laurel County, Kentucky. She is preceded in death by her husband, Roy Vandeventer, parents, A.G. and Mintie Huff Parker, sons, Dennis and Lester Vandeventer, siblings, Shelby, Lester, Billy and Fanny Parker and Judy Caprio.
Survivors include four children, Ernest Vandeventer (Donna), Charlotte Anders (Paul), Bill Vandeventer (Bridgett), and Brenda Durham (Bob) all of London; three siblings, Sam Parker (Doris) of London, Buster Parker (Marcia) of Norfolk, Virginia; and Margie Sweet of Mooresville, Indiana; sister in law, Pauline Parker of London; grandchildren, Jeff, Stacy, Michael, Nicci, and Elisha Mae Vandeventer, Burgundy Bogard, Roscoe Andy Smith, Josh Anders, Ashley Deaton, Joseph Hibbard, Matthew and Bobby Durham, Debbie Dunleavy, and Susie Barberie, great grandchildren, Madison, Charley, and Hunter Vandeventer, Cadence and Chace Bray, Emily and Ashley Bogard, Ariale Breitenstein, Tate Reams, Isaiah and Callie Smith, Hailey, Taylor, Joshua, Jahna, and Carter Anders, Abram and Clay Deaton, Lauren and Brooke Durham, Kelly O'Mara, Maggie Rock, Benjamin and Logan Barberie and Eli Campbell.

She was a cook, homemaker, caregiver, gardener, and loved her flowers. Nothing pleased her more than to cook for and feed anyone and everyone. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.

Services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at Bowling Funeral Home with Ronnie Hale and Seymour Wattenbarger officiating. Burial will follow in Nantz Cemetery in London. Visitation was after 6 p.m.Tuesday at Bowling Funeral Home.

Pallbearers: Jeff, Stacy and Michael Vandeventer, Roscoe Andy Smith, Mike Bogard, and Ronnie Dalrymple.
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Karen Handy Wyan
Apr 06, 2019
Prayers & love to all of Oma's family!! I worked with Oma at the Harvest Inn & loved her dearly!! Every time we ran into each other she blessed me so much!!