Evangeline Parker, affectionately known as “V.P.” or “Van,” was born on February 22, 1967 in Accomac, Virginia to Charlie Savage and the late Shirley Ann Duffy. She departed this life on May 9, 2020, after a brief illness, at her home.
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V.P. was educated in the public schools of Accomack County. She worked in various jobs throughout her life, including: Perdue Farms, Tyson Foods, Farmex, and in the farming industry. V.P. was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan for life, as she proudly proclaimed. She truly enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest. She was so full of joy and laughter, and enjoyed joking around.
V.P. was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church in Boston. She loved her church, church family, but most importantly God, and she didn’t mind worshipping Him.
V.P. leaves to cherish her loving memories: her father, Charlie Savage; sisters, Christine Kellam, Maretta Purnell, and Shanta Savage; brothers, Dione Parker, William Savage, Ricky Savage, and Nico Savage; stepchildren, Feneisha Rogers, Shakeria Rogers, and Shalonda Rogers; nieces, Lisa “Puss” Finney, MiAngel “Pie” Handy, and Madison Finney; nephews, Torey “Snow Dat” Duffy and Dezmen Jackson Kellam; goddaughters, Destiny Taylor and Dy’Jaia “Mookkah” Duffy; aunts, Hazel Jackson, Evette Duffy, and Josephine Savage; uncles, Lawrence Duffy and Alfonso Savage; great-aunt, Jeanette Warner; great-uncle, David Finney; close friends, Finky, Joann, Vanessa, Quina, Ronboy, Jim West, and TJ; favorite cousins, Man Duffy and Jackie; and a host of other relatives and friends.