Parker Mason Brinson
1942 - 2021
BORN
1942
DIED
2021

PARKER MASON BRINSON
October 4, 1942 ˜ October 29,
2021

Parker Mason Brinson, age 79 of Brush Prairie, WA, passed away Oct. 29, in Vancouver, WA, at Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital, surrounded by his family.
Parker was born in North Carolina to Alton P. Brinson and Ruby C. Mason Oct. 4, 1942. He went to high school at Treutlen High School and graduated in 1960. Parker served proudly in the United States Air Force as a Senior Airman, in Pakistan, and at Strategic Air command. He went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska. Parker worked for SEH America for 47 years as VP of sales and marketing. He was an avid hunter and conservationist, and he also enjoyed traveling the globe, having all sorts of adventures with friends and family.
Parker is survived by his son, Neil Brinson of Woodland, WA; grandchildren, Ozzy and Brandon; his partner, Nancy Park of Brush Prairie, WA; his brother, Merida C. Brinson; and nephew, Davis Brinson of Zaidee, GA. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jo Ann (Carter) Brinson; his daughter, Elise Brinson; and his parents, Alton and Ruby (Mason) Brinson.
There will be a small private remembrance held in his home. His remains will be interred at the pond on his family property in Zaidee, GA, where he grew up.
Memorial donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund at www.JDRF.org
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Published by The Columbian on Nov. 7, 2021.
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Parker Brinson was an important co-worker and friend to Bob and to me during our SEH years and beyond. Bob and I shared many fond memories with Parker and Nancy visiting our home in Sequim and of times when we visited their home in Brush Prairie. Parker was truly a one-of-a-kind person who will surely be missed by many. Sending warmest regards to Nancy and to Parker's entire circle of family and friends. Becky H
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