Václav Pařízek (born on May 5, 1908)
was employed during the occupation by the company Krause and Walter in Litoměřice. From April 1944 onwards he, as a trained carpenter, was building together with other Czech workers the Richard underground factory. During the construction of the Litoměřice concentration camp he made bunk beds for its inmates, built a wooden outhouse that served as a prison kitchen, made floors in the barracks, and also worked in the Richard underground factory. On August 24, 1944 he was imprisoned for six days with other Czech workers in the Terezín Police Prison. He was incarcerated for failing to report for work one day.
Pařízek´s further fate is unknown.