Anthony G. Parnell

Anthony G. Parnell

November 30, 1996 - February 08, 2015

Anthony G. Parnell

November 30, 1996 - February 08, 2015


With great sadness we announce that Anthony Parnell,18, of Las Vegas, NV passed away on February 8, 2015 in Laguna Beach, CA.

Anthony is a beloved son of Jennifer and Foster Parnell, brother of Foster Jr., Chance, Ricky, and Miles Parnell and sister Anya Hendley. He is preceded in death by his grandfather Joseph Banzali, great grandmother Nana Dodie, Cloyd and Florence Parnell. He is survived by grandmother Cheryl Banzali, LV, NV, great grandmother Nancy Bower, Burbank, CA, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Anthony was born on November 30, 1996 to Jennifer Banzali in Burbank, CA. Anthony was later adopted by Foster Parnell in 2007 when his mother and Foster married. Anthony was a senior in high school at Centennial High School. He had plans of leaving for the U.S. Army in June after graduation.

Anthony was a loving, fun, passionate kid who loved the game of football, loved music, and art. He was a good student and respected by his coaches and teachers. He loved to go to the gym with his brothers, cook, play street football and play video games with his friends. Anthony was loved and will be missed by so many.

Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015 at Canyon Ridge Christian Church in the Chapel.

Donations in lieu of flowers can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank “The Memorial Fund of Anthony Parnell” or to Canyon Ridge Christian Church “In Memory of Anthony Parnell”.

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1 responses to Anthony G. Parnell

  1. Itza Arteaga says:

    Anthony, his mother and brother Ricky were our first friends here in Vegas. He was four yrs old when we met him. He was such a sweet loving boy. Anthony and Ricky were always with my three kids Adam, Samantha and Vanessa, playing all day. My husband and I loved him as our own and would play around with his mother to give him to us. We have so many memories with him. I am blessed to have known such a sweet soul. One memory was how my youngest Vanessa when sick would not let anyone give her her medicine but Anthony. Where ever he was at, playing outside or at home relaxing he would come and not even complain and give it to her . That was the kind of person he was. He was a giver, loving, honest and a good friend. We love and miss him……Arteaga Family

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