Let the memory of Algie be with us forever
  • 87 years old
  • Born on November 13, 1923 .
  • Passed away on December 31, 2010 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Algie Harris 87 years old , born on November 13, 1923 and passed away on December 31, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 31st December 2017
Today New Year Eve you accepted your Wings. Still miss you and find a heavy heart esp. On this Day Til we Meet Again. Sweet
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 14th November 2017
Today another year we miss you On yesterday our hearts were to Full of memories to say anything Love Always Rest til we meet again Happy Birthday in Heaven. Love Len and Sweet
Posted by Leshia Smith on 13th November 2017
"Time is too slow for those that wait, Too swift for those that fear, Too long for those that grieve, Too short for those who rejoice, but to those who love, time is Eternity!" Missing you more as time passes by. ......Leshia
Posted by Leshia Smith on 2nd January 2017
Keeping the family in prayer... (Len, Willie, Sweet, & Children)
Posted by Leshia Smith on 2nd January 2017
I miss you... , Remembering all the good times and the days I held your hand.... many blessings filled with laughter. Your Memory is a special keepsake in my heart that will live in me forever. Today I light a candle to represent the love we shared.
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 13th November 2016
Happy Birthday Mrs.Algie You are missed.RIP,
Posted by Leshia Smith on 6th January 2016
Happy New Year to a very special angel. We really miss you! Leshia & Family
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 31st December 2015
Always Remember You
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 13th November 2015
Happy Birthday Ms.Algie missing you.Will never forget You.Love Sweet
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 13th November 2014
Remembering you Today. We will meet again someday. You carry a special place in my heart. Missed but not forgotten Love Sweet
Posted by Linda Spence on 9th December 2012
The one thing I remember and cherish that my grandmother taught me is the ability to cook and to bake very good cakes. She said in good times and bad times people will always want to eat good food. Thank you grandma! Selling cakes have allowed me to make ends meet many a days. I carry your legacy on in the kitchen and will always carry you in my heart. Your oldest granddaughter Linda
Posted by Thelma Rutledge on 23rd November 2012
Thank You Leshia we will forever Love and Respect You. Yes she will forever remain in our thoughts and heart.. May God continue to Bless You. Len and Sweet

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