The Picayune Item
Funeral Services for Max Williams Parish, 25, of Carriere, Miss., who passed away Friday, September 27, 2013, were held Monday, September 30, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Christian Life Assembly of God.
Visitation was held Sunday, September 29, 2013 from 6-9 p.m. at Christian Life Assembly of God.
Burial was in New Palestine Cemetery under the direction of McDonald Funeral Home.
The Rev. Darrell W. Worley officiated at the service, assisted by the Rev. Matthew Kite.
A native of Laurel, Miss., he was a graduate of Pearl River Central High School, PRCC, and the University of Southern Mississippi. Max was pursuing a Masters of Social Work degree at University of West Florida. He was a member of Christian Life Assembly of God . He was a gifted musician and singer. Max was a loving father to Vivian-Blaire and was engaged to be married in October, 2014 to Krista Miller. He was a medical assistant at Lighthouse Healthcare and was loved by all of his patients and staff.
He was preceded in death by: his grandparents, the Rev. Richard and Sidnie Williams, and Edward and Doris Parish.
Survivors include: his parents, Charles R. Parish and Nanci Williams Parish; his fiance', Krista Miller; his beloved daughter, Vivian-Blaire Parish; his brother, Will Tomas Parish; and his aunts and uncles, Jo Ann Clark and husband Wayne, Faye Smith and husband Lavon, Richard Williams and wife Carol, the Rev. David Williams and wife Becky, Carolyn Riley and husband James, the Rev. Edward Parish and wife Nell, and Myra Hernandez; and numerous cousins.
Obituary, register book, and driving directions can be found on the internet page, at www.mcdonaldfh.com
Contributions may be made to any Hancock/Whitney Bank, Max Parish Benefit Account.