Celebrating the life of

Eva Parks Hurt

January 10, 1941 - June 29, 2021

Eva Parks Hurt

Eva Parks Hurt, 80, died peacefully on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at Hospice Savannah surrounded by her loving sisters.

The Harlan County, KY native was the daughter of the late Grey and Elease Parks. She graduated from Loyall High School in Loyall, KY. After graduation, Eva moved to Savannah where she worked for several years for Dr. Harry Rollins before moving to Orlando, FL. She retired as billing manager from Orlando Radiology Group in 2005.

Eva returned to Savannah after the death of her husband, Donald W. Hurt in 2020. In addition to her husband and parents, Eva was preceded in death by her siblings, Jean Dickinson, June Owens, Norma Bryant, Una Rhea, Charles Parks, Kay Parks and Ginger Parks.

She leaves behind three sisters, Jan Underwood Potter (Lyn) and Donna Railey (Bobby), both of Savannah; and Sharon Doepel (Ray) of Harlan, KY. Eva loved and cherished her numerous nieces and nephews. Eva cherished the title of being a mother to her husband’s three children, Amy Hurt of Richmond, VA, Melissa Hurt of New York, and Brandi Stewart (J.D.) of Greensboro, NC; and grandmother to her three grandchildren.

A private family celebration of Eva’s life will be held at a later date.  




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I offer my condolence to you and your family. I pray for comfort for you and your loved ones at this difficult time. She was a wonderful person. Always talked about everyone in her family. She will be missed by everyone. Eva RIP.

- lynette berganzo, Altamonte Springs, FL

I am so sorry for the loss of Eva. She truly was a wonderful, selfless woman. When she hired me to work at FRA in 2002, I moved away from my family in Indiana. She took on the role as and mentor and a mother figure. I will forever be grateful for all that she did for me.

- Renee and Sydnee Vrtikapa, Saint Johns, FL

I am so sorry to hear about Eva. She and I worked together as the management team for Florida Radiology Associates from 1994 until she retired in 2005. She was always a loyal employee and my trusted friend.

- Charles May, Valdosta, Georgia

We are sorry to hear of Eva’s passing. She was a loving and kind Aunt to all of us. We always enjoyed visiting with her and Don. She will always be in our hearts.

- The Gordon Family, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Celebration of Life Will Be held at a later date