Lindsay Parker-Neiswender, 36, sales representative

August 12, 2004

Lindsay J. Parker-Neiswender, a pharmaceutical sales representative who enjoyed sailing, died of undetermined causes Aug. 5 at her Annapolis home. She was 36.

Mrs. Parker-Neiswender's death is under investigation by the state medical examiner's office, said her husband of two years, Michael S. Neiswender.

She was born Lindsay J. Parker in Baltimore and raised in Lansdale, Pa. She earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education in 1991 from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pa., and a master's degree in education from Pennsylvania State University in 1996.

Mrs. Parker-Neiswender was a kindergarten teacher in Blue Bell, Pa., before becoming a pharmaceutical sales representative.

At her death, she was working for Sepracor Inc., which is based in Marlborough, Mass. Earlier she had been employed by Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Inc., Johnson & Johnson and Wyeth.

An Annapolis resident since 1999, Mrs. Parker-Neiswender was an accomplished sailor and was a member of the Eastport Yacht Club and Seven Seas Cruising Association. She enjoyed sailing and racing with her husband aboard the Starshine, their 43-foot sloop.

In addition, she liked deep-sea fishing, cooking and playing with her pets.

Services were held Tuesday at the Taylor Funeral Home in Annapolis.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Parker-Neiswender is survived by her parents, Dr. John H. and Marcia W. Parker of Lansdale; a brother, David J. Parker of West Chester, Pa.; a sister, Lisa Parker LaSorsa of Hatfield, Pa.; and her maternal grandparents, Harold and Dorothy Witters of Pittsford, N.Y.

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