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Mamie Harris

19 marzo , 193018 octubre , 2020
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Mamie Hicks Harris entered Heaven on Sunday morning, October 18th and was welcomed by her Savior, her loving husband, her grandson Joshua, parents, siblings, and many friends. Mamie was born March 19, 1930 to Luther and Lura Hicks. She married Fred Harris, and together they had four daughters: Debbie Morris (Steve), who had two children - Amber and Joshua; Nena Martinez (Joe) who had six children – Caleb, Lura, Andrew, Michael, Daniel, and Josiah; Janie Warner (Michael), and Mechelle Dailey (Wayne), who had two children – Emily and Allison. Mamie had two great-grandchildren – Cherith and Nova (Caleb and Lauren). Mamie was known for being young at heart, strong in body, and helpful to others. It was not unusual to see Mamie walking several miles a day, working in her yard, jumping a rope, or climbing a ladder – even at age eighty. She had a green thumb and could grow a tree out of a twig, pick a wildflower and have it flourishing, and find delight in sharing her flowers with others. Although Mamie preferred being outdoors or on the go in a car, she found indoor interests. She competed against herself by seeing how fast she could solve Word Search puzzles. She enjoyed working jigsaw puzzles and even said her favorite zoo animal was a giraffe because it reminded her of a jigsaw puzzle. In her cooking days, no one could make better fried potatoes, cornbread, potato salad, or dressing than Mamie. She loved to help people, whether by doing projects for them or by giving to meet their need. In her later years, she could be involved in having a Bible study with a friend or singing around the piano with others at the retirement center. Her two favorite songs were Amazing Grace and What a Day That Will Be. How fitting that these two songs were her favorites. It was God’s “amazing grace” that drew Mamie to Himself, when she knelt in prayer and accepted His Son as her Savior. By faith, Mamie looked forward to “what a day it will be.” Her faith became sight, on October 18th, as she entered her forever home – Heaven! No doubt, her husband was shouting “Hallelujar,” when he saw the one whom he had loved and the one for whom he had faithfully prayed, for many years on this earth. Mamie will be missed by many, especially by her family who loved her so much. However, for those who know her Savior as their Savior, this is a temporary separation, and there is a promised reunion awaiting! A Walk through visitation will be from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Monday October 26, 2020 at Stevens & Grass Funeral Home, Malden with a Private family service beginning at 1:00 PM with Pastors Mike Long and Fred Christian officiating. Burial will follow at Five Mile Cemetery on Campbells Creek, Charleston. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, it is mandated by the Governor and the CDC that proper facial coverings be worn and that social distancing be observed. Temperatures will be taken upon entry to the funeral home. The online guest book can be accessed at www.stevesandgrass.com

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Mary Chapman

26 octubre , 2020

Mamie was like a second Mom to me. I loved when I would spend the night with the night with Michelle and Mamie would teach me about plants. I loved all her knowledge! One visit I had a wort on my finger and her told me if we tied a thread around it, making a circle and bury it; it would go away. So Mamie tied the thread around it, then she, Michelle, and I went outside to bury the thread. Sometime later the wort went away! I loved her and I cherish all my memories of her.

Craig Quick

26 octubre , 2020

I want to express my condolences to Mamie's family and friends. She was always a beacon of sunshine and happiness everytime I spoke with her at the Kanawha City Kmart. She always brightened my day. Such a sweet, sweet lady! Prayers🙏🙏

Brenda Hicks Estep

25 octubre , 2020

I loved going to Maimi's house. She always had something cooking that smelled wonderful. She always a kind word to say. I would go to see Nena n we spent time together, Maimi would take the time out to visit with me. I'll always remember her for taking time out for me.
Brenda Hicks Estep

David & Mary Lusk

24 octubre , 2020

Bro. Steve, Sis. Debbie and Amber,

You all are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Praise the Lord for that Blessed Hope and the promise of Heaven! Love you all!!

Dave and Mary Lusk

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