OBITUARY

Mrs. Wilma Harper

March 22, 1942January 7, 2020
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Wilma Jo Jackson-Harper, 77 of Pasadena, Texas, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, January 7th 2020. She was born March 22, 1942, in Houston, Texas to Eva Mae and Zechari (Z.B.) Jackson.

After graduating from Milby High School, she married and partnered with her husband at their family owed businesses until retiring in 2009.

Wilma was preceded in death by her parents and older brother Z.B. Jr. She is survived by her loving husband Walter Harper, sister Mary Pullen, daughters, Cheryl Armand, Jennifer Harper-Giotis and son-in-laws Tim Armand, Chris Giotis and granddaughter Ashley Armand.

In her memory, a celebration of life will be held at Forest Park Lawndale’s Grand Chapel on Saturday, January 25, 2019. The family will receive friends at 1:00 PM, followed by a memorial service at 2:00 PM, with burial to follow.

Services

25 January

Memorial Gathering

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home

6900 Lawndale St
Houston, Texas 77023

25 January

Celebration of Life - Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home

6900 Lawndale St
Houston, Texas 77023

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Patti Parise

January 21, 2020

So sorry to hear Cheryl and all about your Mom. Will always remember your Mom's good humor and infectious smile. Praying for God's strength for all of you. Take care, Love, Patti

Nicole Krenek

January 16, 2020

The most beautiful and kindest Mother to all of us kids in the neighborhood the best rest in peace

Leslie Cashio

January 9, 2020

This poem was in a card my aunt gave me when my mother passed away. I think it is a wonderful sentiment and speaks to the life of your mother.

A life well-lived doesn’t end any more than music ends
It echoes through time with whispers of beauty and grace.
If we listen, we can hear the encore with our hearts,
For the song plays on,
Just as love lives on.

Peace, Love & Prayers,
Leslie & Andy Cashio

Pam Kovatch

January 9, 2020

I know Aunt Wilma you are with Grandad and Grandmother and Uncle Jr. Y’all are probably on a lake relaxing and fishing and enjoying the Beauty there. I know Walter and Cheryl and Jennifer will miss you so much, but knowing you r no more suffering makes it a little easier. My Memories of you r growing up and all of us at a lake some where , are everybody getting together family reunions. Christmas at Grandmothers. The Days at The Days of the Market . My Favorite Memory is on Christmas at Grandmothers when you Bought Them A Dog , they named him Bo Joe . How He gave them so much comfort in those years to come. So as we will miss you, You Are In An Awesome Place Now, I know You Are Smiling You Are Free Of Suffering. RIP Fly High Sweet Angel . Your Niece , Pam Kovatch.

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