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Walker Honors Carson Parry Tucker as Community Hero of the Month

July 6, 2020
Press Release

GREENSBORO, N.C.- U.S. Representative Mark Walker (R-N.C.) honored Carson Parry Tucker as the Sixth District Community Hero of the Month for June 2020.     
 
Each month, Walker awards a constituent, business, or organization in the district for displaying extraordinary acts of service and for making a difference in the lives around them.
 
“Carson Parry is our first child to ever receive our Community Hero of the Month Award because she embodies the perfect example of selfless service and sharing kindness with all," Walker said. "Heroes like Carson Parry remind our community to always love our neighbors, our friends and our family in the way God has commanded.”


Carson Parry Tucker is six years old and consistently serves her family, friends and community through her compassion and heart of service for others including her younger sister "Roe Roe" who was diagnosed with leukemia last November. She enjoys helping people by making cards and giving words of encouragement, and has realized at a young age that there is real blessing in giving to others. 

"We believe God hard-wired Carson Parry with a servant's heart," Chad Tucker, her father, said. "She's constantly looking for ways to help others and share kindness. One of her favorite things is making thank you cards and drawings to brighten people's day. Our mailman, plumber and neighbors always leave with a piece of her heart and know they are appreciated. She reminds us daily that even a pint sized heart can make a big impact on our world."

Carson Parry's father recently posted a touching photo of Carson Parry carrying her sister, "Roe Roe", who is battling leukemia and was too weak to walk during a family outing.

Carson Parry enjoys horses, swimming, trips to the beach, and spending time with her grandparents. She lives in Winston-Salem with her parents, Chad and Meredith Tucker, her siblings Pearl Monroe and Franklin Reeves, along with their dog, Lucy. She was presented with a certificate and flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol.