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Parker James Nakashima

July 01, 1988 - December 24, 2021

Obituary For Parker James Nakashima

Parker Nakashima passed away unexpectedly on December 24, 2021 at the age of 33.

Parker lived and grew up in Burien, Washington. Parker was loved by many and had an innate sense of humor. He liked to make people laugh. He was a sweet and gentle person. He loved animals and especially dogs. He liked rap music and wrote rap lyrics. He liked good food and learning about people and their cultures.

Parker is survived by his parents Jim and Carla Nakashima. His two sisters Elona Hamilton and Danielle Nakashima. His nephews and nieces Coast, Ataliya, Carson and Meera.

A Celebration of Life will take place on July 2, 2022 with the place and time to be determined.

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  • Parker was a kind soul. He grow up with my boys and spend many day and night at our house. As they grow they lost touch with each other but still always seem to keep watch of each other's doings. We will miss you Parker. This world will not be the same without you in it. Peace be with the family and May God keep you close and comforted. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and may Parker Rest In Peace.❤️

  • Parker was a light in the room. His humor made everyone feel joy and loved. I always loved to hear about gunie pigs especially Pepper. Parker you will be dearly missed. Rest in peace. -Allison

  • Some of my earliest memories are of Parker and I playing with Ninja Turtle action figures. Parker has always been filled of love, kindness and light. May Parker find peace in our makers warm embrace.

  • My deepest sympathies to the Nakashima family. I have known Parker since he was little. He was a beautiful soul and he will be so missed. I am wishing you much comfort as you grieve and remember Parker. Please know that you are surrounded by friends and family who love you and are here for you.

  • Parker was a gentle spirit with a wonderful knack for making people laugh. I'll always remember how sweet he was, and how he cared deeply for his friends and family. Rest In Peace, Parker.

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