Jamie Parks

July 16, 2019

Born in: Johnson City, TN
Resided in: Johnson City, TN

Jamie Brown Parks, 57, of Johnson City, passed away on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at the Johnson City Medical Center.
She was a native of Johnson City, the only child of the late Ralph Brown Jr. and Lois Patterson Brown.
Jamie was a member of Faith Fellowship church.
She loved her animals and spending time cooking. She was known for being the family event planner, coordinating get-togethers and keeping everyone in-the-know. This extended to her presence online, where Jamie always tried to stay connected through her social media accounts.
She is survived by her husband, Jimmy Parks Jr.; loving companion, Gidget; close aunts, Sharon and Charlotte, as well as several other aunts and uncles; many nieces and nephews; and a special brother.

A graveside service is scheduled for Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 11:00 am in the Monte Vista Memorial Park under the direction of Dr. Booney Crawford. Family and friends are asked to assemble by 10:50 am at the cemetery.

Memories Timeline


  1. Cindy Giles Croy says:

    It seems like yesterday that I was staying the night with you and that we were playing at Maw Brown’s. I can only imagine how happy you must have been when you got to heaven and meeting our Heavenly Father, and seeing your Mom and Daddy again. I know Maw Brown, And my Momma we’re also there to meet you. I love you dear Cousin and will see you again.

  2. Sherri Goodwin says:

    I am still in shock that you are no longer here with me! I can’t begin to imagine the joyous reunion in Heaven with Aunt Jeanette and Uncle Ralph! I’m sure Timmy was ready for you with open arms and Nan-Nan and Paw-Paw with big smiles as they see their family coming back together in the loving presence of our Lord! I have a special request, if you could give my daddy a big hug for me and tell him how much I miss him everyday and that I love him more than he will ever know, I would be forever grateful! I love you my dear sweet cousin so very much! Save me a seat at the kids table!

  3. Paul King says:

    I’m so thankful that your suffering had ended and that you’ve reached your heavenly reward, Jamie! I know you’re in awe of our Heavenly Father and with the joyful reunion your having with your mom and dad, and those who’ve gone on before.

    Thank you for your friendship and love from high school to now. You were always there for me. The world is a sadder place without you here anymore.

    I’m glad your suffering is over. Jimmy, I pray for peace and comfort for you. God bless you friend.

  4. Sue Etta Parker says:

    I was not a very active friend but I hope you realize how much you are admired and loved. You were always one of my favorites and I will never forget you. Your light will forever shine in my heart.
    May Jimmy find peace and love, God bless you both

  5. Debbie Snead Roark says:

    Jimmy, I am sorry to learn of Jamie’s passing. I never knew her well, but the few encounters I had with her let me know that she was a kind, personable lady. I have walked the path you are now on, having lost my husband to death two years ago. Grief is a mean monster. My prayer is that God and the sweetest memories of Jamie comfort you as you grieve this terrible loss in your life.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *