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Ms. Addie Lee Parker, 81, of Waterbury, entered eternal rest on Monday, April 13, 2020, at Abbott Terrace Health Center, as a result, of complications, of the Coronavirus. She was the widow of the late Henry Parker.

Ms. Parker was born in Gastonia, NC on December 22, 1938, a daughter to the late Arthur and Roberta (Hoyle) Robinson.

Addie was educated in the North Carolina School System. She was ordained as a minister at the young age of 16 years old and began her ministry at St. Steven's Memorial of New Haven, CT where she held many offices in the church. She met and married the late John Harper, and later married B. L. Warren. Addie was a member of the Spiritual Keys & Heavenly Echos of Waterbury CT in the early 60's. She was a long standing member of Rehoboth Church for over 40 years under Bishop Raymond Berger Sr. She was a Singer, Preacher, and would give her last to anyone in need. She will be missed by all that loved and knew her.

Mother Addie L. Parker is survived by her two daughters; Gaynelle (John) Stanfield of Idaho, and Yolanda Smallwood of Waterbury, CT, her grandchildren; LaVallia (Julius) Carter, who cared for her selflessly, Jason, Tiffanie, LaTeisha, Bria, Brandon, Dalvan, and Donnelly, a sister; Johanne R. Barber of NC, and over 35 great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

She was preceded in death by a brother Arthur Robinson Jr. and a Luvadia Robinson

Her favoirte sayings; "God is a mess with his stuff", "If I lay before the master, he will execute business", "I don't move unless the lord moves me", and "God my Savior".