Chris Parker Sandersville GA, Middle Georgia State University student-athlete has died

Middle Georgia State University graduate Chris Parker dead. What happened? Learn more about Chris Parker death and obituary.

Chris Parker Death – Middle Georgia State University student-athlete Chris Parker, the son of Pastor Sug Parker and Valerie Parker has passed away suddenly. Chris Parker, a longtime resident of Sandersville, Georgia was announced dead by Mt Olive Baptist Church. He died on Friday, the 4th of August 2023. So far, no official news on his cause of death has been released. Thoughts and prayers are with his friends, the Parker family and his community during this difficult time.

Mt Olive Baptist Church released a statement regarding the passing of Chris Parker:

“On behalf of our Pastor Rev. Corian Roberson and the entire Mount Olive Baptist Church family, we extend our deepest sympathy in the transition of Chris Parker the Son of Sug Parker and Valerie Parker. We will continue to keep the entire family uplifted in our thoughts and prayers.”

Who was Chris Parker?

Chris Parker was born and raised in Sandersville, Georgia. He graduated from Washington County High School (Georgia). After high school, he went on to study at Middle Georgia State University Knights Athletics. To know Chris was a blessing. He was always the shining light in the darkest of situations. Always came through with the jokes and vibes.

In his junior year, Chris participated in 10 games, being part of the starting lineup in none. He achieved a total of 23 points, with a notable season-best performance of nine points during the match against Southeastern Baptist on November 2nd. Additionally, he contributed four rebounds, two assists, and one steal to the team’s efforts.

During his sophomore year, Chris saw action in 14 games, but like the previous year, he did not start in any of them. He managed to score 20 points, showcasing his highest-scoring game with eight points against Regent University on November 2nd. Apart from his scoring, he displayed his all-around skills with three rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

In his freshman season, Chris played in 10 games without starting in any. He scored a total of nine points, setting a personal season-high of four points during the match against the University of the Virgin Islands on November 3rd. Along with his scoring, he contributed with two rebounds and three steals, showcasing his defensive prowess.

Chris Parker obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced later by the family.

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