Naomi M. Parker, a long-time resident of Turners Station, died at home Sunday. She was 63.
Services for Mrs. Parker will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at New Shiloh Baptist Church, 105 East Ave. in Turners Station.
Mrs. Parker worked at Martin Marietta in Middle River during World War II, then later was a supervisor in the cafeteria at the Western Electric Co. plant on Broening Highway.
She also worked at the Crisis Center in Dundalk, where she got great pleasure out of working with abused children and their parents.
A native of the Baltimore area, Mrs. Parker was educated in public schools in Baltimore and Baltimore County.
She was a long-time member of New Shiloh and held various positions there.
Mrs. Parker married Alfred Parker Jr. in 1949. He died in 1977.
Survivors include her mother, Fannie Parsons of Turners Station; two daughters, Cynthia Winston and Antoinette Parker, both of Turners Station; two sons Alfred J. Parker of Baltimore and Cornell Parker of Alabama; three sisters, Rosabelle Rux of Glen Burnie, Arvilla Faidley of Turners Station and Beatrice Richardson of Massillon, Ohio; three brothers, Coley Major and Woodrow Major, both of Turners Station, and Harold Major of Randallstown; and 11 grandchildren.