In Memory

Patricia Renee Parker (Bushong)

Mrs. Patricia Renee' Parker Bushong, age 35, of Lexington, Indiana, entered this life on April 5, 1972, in Jefferson County, Indiana the daughter of Clarence E. & Donna C. Grubbs Parker, both of whom survive. She was a graduate of Madison Consolidated High School and attended Ivy Tech, studying for a business administration, where she had scholastic honors. She was united in marriage on July 23, 1988 to Michael Durocher and to this union arrived one son: Daniel Curtis to bless their home. She was later united in marriage on January 1, 2000 to Danny Bushong. She was employed with the Madison Courier in the advertising department earlier in life. She had worked in home health care for the past fifteen years and was last employed with Maxim Health Care in Jeffersonville. She was a professional tattoo artist and could draw anything. She was recently engaged to Terry Romans and they were planning their life together. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in downtown Madison. She enjoyed collecting carrousel horses, unicorns, angels, wizards and she loved music. Renee' was a very loving and kind person who would give you anything she had. Renee' died Friday, February 22, 2008 at 9:30 pm in a multiple vehicle accident at the Intersection of SR 256 & Coffee Pot Curve Road, West of Austin, Indiana.



 
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03/18/08 05:18 PM #1    

Shannon Sloan (Dattilo)

It was Renee's passing that prompted us to make this website, which has brought us back together. I know she is smiling down on us.

03/23/08 08:23 PM #2    

Tanya Hamilton (Besse)

Renee was a wild child (even her parents will tell you that) but she had a big heart and loved her son without end. My favorite memory with Renee happened when we were around 13 yrs old. We were conned into painting fence posts at their farm. By the time we were done we were way past a tan and well on to beet red. Did I forget to mention that we were wearing BLACK BATHING SUITS!!! We always laughed about that. In 2005 she gave me the start of my tattoo on my back. Last August 2008, I had it embelished by another artist. Renee will always be with me with her art. She was the spark that started a wildfire of fun for the rest of us.
Love and Peace Nee--
Tanya

04/02/08 03:05 PM #3    

Laurie Schafer (Livorno)

One of my memories of Renee (I have many) was in 6th grade at Camp Livingston. We did the talent show, she was sitting in a chair lipsyncing and I was dancing around her all to the tune of "One Night in Bangkok." I had never been so embarrassed, but Renee didn't care she was having fun. I look back fondly on that now, because she taught me to laugh at myself and have fun. Thanks, 'Nay!
Laurie Schafer Livorno

04/06/08 12:58 PM #4    

Carrie Livorno (Day)

I can remember a slumber party at Lara Duke's house right before jr high where we all circled around Renee' and she educated us on the birds and the bees. Thanks to her, the EO Muncie girls weren't clueless when we got to the JR High!

04/21/08 04:05 PM #5    

Jill Melton (Banks)

I met Renee when I was 11 or 12...we took private art lessons from the same teacher, needless to say we had a great time together. I also was with Renee for my first concert (Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, and Sawyer Brown). We had a blast and I don't even like country...she could make anything fun. Even though we did not keep in touch as the years passed by, she will be missed. Thanks for all the great times Renee!

05/24/08 02:01 PM #6    

Spring Aldridge (Irby)

I always thought Renee was so cool, she always seemed so much more mature than the rest of us. It is so sad to lose someone so full of life. May she rest in peace and her family be comforted in their loss. I think we are all blessed for having known Renee on this earth.

08/07/09 11:58 PM #7    

Sharon Williams

Wow, I remember being very good friends with Renee back in E.O. Muncie elementary school....I remember going to her house and tubing while her dad drove the motor boat....I also remember she and I writing poetry and drawing a lot of pictures (which I still have)of Garfield and other fun cartoon characters. I can't believe she is gone...what a total trip...God Bless her family and I know she is in good hands with our Lord in heaven.

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