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Days of our Lives’ Beloved Frank Parker Passes Away

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Sad news to report on Tuesday night.  One of the most beloved patriarchs of the Days of our Lives on-screen family, Frank Parker (Shawn Brady) has died.  The actor was suffering from complications from Parkinson’s and Dementia.  He was 79-years-old.

Frank passed away last week on September 16th.  Parker played Shawn Brady, often called “Pop” on the NBC soap opera; the mainstay of the Brady clan from 1983 to 2008.  When he left the series he was given a major exit story as a hero, when he gave up his oxygen mass=k to save his son, Bo (Peter Reckell) on what was to be a doomed airline flight.

Parker also appeared on the soaps:  General Hospital as Paddy Kelly, The Young and the Restless and Never Too Young.

He is survived by his wife, Mary; daughters, Danielle Buckles and Lindsay Parker (Travis Burbank); his grandson, Jaxson Dale; and numerous nieces and nephews.

With the news of Frank’s passing. his former co-stars are taking to social media to share their grief and remembrances of him.

Here are a few and we will add more as they come to light:

Eileen Davidson:  “I loved working with Frank Parker. What a good man and a terrific actor. RIP”

Stephen Nichols: “Rest In Peace Frank Parker Good man Good actor. Best TV pop in law So full of Blarney and Joy! Much love on your Journey.”

Wally Kurth: “This is sad news. I so enjoyed spending time with this man. He was a natural actor. Very believable – with a twinkle in his eye that matched his Irish brogue. RIP Frank”

James Reynolds: , loved to sing and with a smile would burst into song. RIP Frank!

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RIP Frank Parker. He was great and memorable as Shawn “Pop” Brady.

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Sad. RIP

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I definitely remember him as Paddy Kelly on GH. May he rest in peace.

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I remember watching the doomed airline flight episode and Mr. Parker’s exit storyline. May he rest in peace.

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Condolences to his family and co-stars at DAYS. I really enjoyed watching him as Shawn on DOOL. Rest in Peace.

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Sorry to see this.May God bless you and rip.

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Sad news…whats the update on Peggy Mckay????

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