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ROBERT Parker was a popular mud racer in his North Carolina community.

The 38-year-old father tragically passed away on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, after sustaining injuries from an ATV accident.

Robert Parker in a Facebook post from February 28, 2021


Robert Parker in a Facebook post from February 28, 2021Credit: Facebook/@robert.parker.710

Who was Robert Parker?

Parker was a well-known mud racing enthusiast who lived in Benson, North Carolina with his wife, Casey Parker, and their three children.

According to his Facebook page, @robert.parker.710, he is from the town of Four Oaks and went to NC State University after attending South Johnson High School.

He and Casey shared an 18-year-old daughter named Carleigh, a 13-year-old son named Nathan, and a ten-year-old daughter named Sawyer.

The pair had been married for 17 years.

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Parker’s brother-in-law, Blake Pounders, spoke with The Daily Record about the father-of-three’s passion for ATV sports and his strong Christian faith.

The publication said: “Through his connections with building and racing ATVs, Parker was a big team builder. He was able to mentor and witness to many young people in the sports world as he helped organize Team Momentum Racing.”

Team Momentum Racing is a mud racing group that Parker helped to run.

The “About” section of the organization’s Facebook page, @TeamMomentumRacing, states: “Team Momentum Racing’s Mission is to preserving our sport for future generations and provide fun, fair, competitive racing for the whole family.

“Team Momentum is not only about racing but it is a family sport. We want to set a good example for the youth that also race on Team Momentum. These young racers will follow in our footsteps and we want to show them that you can be competitive and also have good sportsmanship.”

What was Robert Parker’s cause of death?

As The Daily Record reported, on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, Parker was involved in an ATV accident that left him with fatal injuries.

According to the outlet, he had been riding a vehicle in a field on Harnett County’s Turlington Road when it “turned over on top of him.”

People at the scene of the accident tried to save Parker’s life by performing CPR.

Paramedics and firefighters transported him to Betsy Johnson Hospital in Dunn, North Carolina.

A medical helicopter had been sent to the hospital to bring Parker to a trauma center, but he died before he could be transported.

What have people said about Parker’s death on social media?

Family, loved ones, and fans of Parker’s have taken to social media to express their grief over his tragic death.

Robert Parker with his family in a Facebook post from September 3, 2021


Robert Parker with his family in a Facebook post from September 3, 2021Credit: Facebook/@robert.parker.710

According to The Daily Record, Casey posted: “Today I lost my best friend and the best dad to my kids! Please pray for me, our kids, our family and our friends as we face this impossible task of saying goodbye.”

Mud racing group Team 904 also paid tribute to Parker in a Facebook post, writing: “A call came today that you never want to get.

“Today we lost a friend and a brother to Team 904.

“Robert Parker was family to us,And we are deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Words cannot express just how badly he will be missed.”

The post continued: “Robert was a one of a kind person. He was a light on this world. A man who would not only give you the shirt off his back but the shoes off his feet too!

“Please pray for the Parker family and the Fulcher family! We would surely appreciate it! They are family to us and they need all the prayers right now!

“And to Robert… until we meet again brother.”

Many people have also taken to Parker’s Instagram page, @robertparker4x4, to express their condolences in the comments section of his last post from March 14.

One fan wrote: “Rest easy legend.”

Another said: “Rest in peace Robert.”

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