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The Barbara Parker Foundation


 We are a Non-Profit in Arizona dedicated to:

Group Homes for Veterans and Medically Disabled

Drowning Prevention and Awareness for Children

Assistance to Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

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Barbara Langdon Ganley DeJonghe


 Barbara was a single Mom of three children, Richard, Karen, and Mark. In the early years she supported them by driving a school bus in Long Island New York. She struggled with alcohol and drug abuse until her early 30’s when she became a “Born Again Christian” and started a lifelong relationship with God. Due to a young passionate pastor, Carl Johnson, Barbara became very involved at her local church, Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship Church, in New City, New York. She was instrumental in numerous outreach programs to include a Women’s Prison Ministry, which she became a dedicated volunteer to this ministry for over thirty years. Her goal was to help women find inner healing through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. She believed that no life was beyond the reach of God’s power, and believed that all people could be redeemed, restored, and reconciled through the love of Jesus. In 2005, due to chronic illness Barbara was forced to reduce her volunteer actives, although she stayed actively involved through the telephone even while she was in the Hospital. Towards the end it was good to know that Barbara had a lot of support from her pastor, the church, and God. She left this world to be with the Lord on August 17th, 2013 at the age of 71.

Parker Lee Eaton


 Parker Lee Eaton was born on August 18, 2011 in Dubois, PA. Parker started his life as an angel sent to us to bring joy back into our lives. Parker had traveled all over the United States and loved to fly in planes or the big trucks with his daddy. His love for cars sometimes got him into trouble like on Father's Day when he wanted a friend's collectable car set to play with, he knocked down the shelves trying to get to them. Many fond memories like this are all that are left of Parker. Such a happy baby from the start, he could warm the heart of anyone with just a look. Unfortunately, on June 29, 2013 Parker drowned and passed away on July 3, 2013. Parker has saved lives through organ donation and continues to save more children's lives through downing prevention & awareness. 

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