Carmen Parmer Obituary, Death – Carmen Lee Parmer, who lived in Upper Chichester and was 66 years old at the time of her untimely death on December 3, 2022, passed away unexpectedly. Carmen spent her childhood and most of her educational years in the Pennsylvania neighborhood of Norwood. After moving away from Norwood, he settled down in East Landsdowne, Pennsylvania, and remained there for the most part of three decades after making the move there. Carmen was a man of integrity who served his country with distinction in the Air Force. He devoted his life for his country.

Limo driver with the company Metropolis Passenger Logistics, he worked in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the state of Pennsylvania. Cooking was Carmen’s lifelong interest, and he was quite accomplished in the kitchen. In his spare time, he enjoyed watching sports on the History Channel and shows that were related to science. His family was the single most important thing in the world to Carmen, and he will be sorely missed by each and every one of them. The late Lee Parmer and his late wife Evelyn had a son who they honored by naming Carmen after themselves.

Survivors: Wife: Kathleen Parmer, The children are Wendy Connell, Chad Parmer, Christine Worthington, Matthew Parmer, Danielle Parmer, and Patrick Parmer. Wendy Connell portrayed Bob, Chad Parmer played Amy, Christine Worthington played Rob, and Matthew Parmer played Andrea. His sister Felicia Karalis (Mark) and a big number of nieces and nephews are among the many relatives he leaves behind. He also has 11 granddaughters, 4 great grandchildren, and a number of additional relations.

On Thursday, December 8, 2022, from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, visitors will be able to pay their respects at the Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home, which is situated at 5980 Chichester Avenue, Aston, Pennsylvania 19014. At 4:30 in the afternoon on Thursday, December 8, 2022, there will be a funeral service held at the Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home. Burial: Private. In place of sending flowers, those who wish to honor Carmen’s memory are encouraged to make contributions to the American Diabetes Association and write her name in the memo line of their checks.