Jennifer Lynn Parrish, 48 of Vero Beach, Passed away Friday, April 16, 2021 at her home.
Jennifer was born in Detroit, Michigan and has lived in Vero Beach since 1978 coming from her birthplace.
She was a graduate of Vero Beach High School, class of 1991 and went on to earn an Associate Degree from Indian River Community College. Jennifer attended the Church of Christ. She was a sports enthusiast playing baseball and softball for Vero Beach High School. She also enjoyed cycling. Jennifer loved animals of all kinds, especially birds.
Survivors include her mother, Tabitha Ailene Parrish of Vero Beach; brothers, Rickey Ray Parrish and her twin brother Jeffery Lee Parrish both of Vero Beach and Michael Anthony “Tony” Parrish and his wife Jackie of Poplarville, Mississippi as well as a very large and loving extended family. Jennifer was especially close to her Aunt Lou.
Jennifer was preceded in death by her grandparents Willie and Lillie Cooper and her father, Charles Henry Parrish and her faithful dog Apollo.
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