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Excerpt from William Edward Parker: An Appreciation, 1861-1911
A marked feature of the large audience which filled the church was the great preponderance of business and professional men, Mr. Parker's neighbors and associates, who assembled to pay their last tribute to one who had endeared him self to them by high qualities of mind and heart.
Floral tributes were sent in great profusion, among them were those of the London, Canadian and New York offices of the Library Bureau and of the Class of '84.
Among the trees and shrubs of the beautiful Newton Cemetery, a massive boulder of natural field stone on a grassy hillside marks the last resting place of one who labored faithfully. And well.
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