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Snow’s Memorial Chapel

1419 Bass Road, Macon, GA

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Alma Dungan Harris

June 18, 1921August 11, 2020

Alma Stith Dungan Harris, 99, passed away Tuesday, August 11, 2020. A private Celebration of her Life will be held at 2:00 PM Friday in the Mausoleum Chapel of Macon Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. Paul Dziadul will officiate. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Vineville Baptist Church, 2591 Vineville Avenue, Macon 31204. The service may be seen live on https://facebook.com/SnowsMemorialChapelBass/

Mrs. Harris was born in Moultrie, Georgia the daughter of the late Mattie Lovella Chatham Stith and Edwin Arnold Stith and was the widow of Lloyd Glen Dungan. Mrs. Harris was retired from the Bibb County Board of Education serving as secretary at both Bellevue and Union Schools. Mrs. Harris was an active former member of Cherokee Heights Baptist Church, a member of Vineville Baptist Church, the Quilting Guild, and the XYZ Club. She loved traveling, road trips, playing cards and most of all, her grandchildren’s performances.

Mrs. Harris is survived by her daughters, Patricia “Patsy” Geer (Charles) of Lake Blackshear and Karen “Kay” Brown (Jerry) of Perry; grandchildren, Erin Barber (Patrick), Blake Ellington (Paige), Betsy Snyder (A.J.), and Neil Brown (Dylan); 6 great-grandchildren.

Visit www.snowsmacon.com to express tributes. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Bass Road, has charge of arrangements.

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  • Mrs. Harris is survived by her daughters, Patricia “Patsy” Geer (Charles) of Lake Blackshear and Karen “Kay” Brown (Jerry) of Perry; grandchildren, Erin Barber (Patrick), Blake Ellington (Paige), Betsy Snyder (A.J.), and Neil Brown (Dylan); 6 great-grandchildren.

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    Friday, August 21, 2020

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Sandra Boutwell

August 28, 2020

Dear Patsy and Kay,
Your Mom was very precious to all of our family and we loved her so much. We have many sweet and cherished memories together, starting from the time we all lived on Inverness Ave. Hardly a day goes by, that I don't miss my Mother and I know this sounds silly, but I like to think of Lois and Alma still living next door to each other in Heaven! Praying that God's Presence will comfort you in the days and months ahead. Sending lots of Love and hugs to you both. Sandra

Ben Boutwell

August 21, 2020

I will never forget her voice coming from the next yard when I visited my grandparents. She was a gentle, loving person who always made me smile.

Khrista Darden Henry

August 20, 2020

It was always a joy to spend time with Aunt Alma. We will miss her sweet smile and charm. I know there was quite a welcome party when she arrived at her heavenly home. We miss them all.
Khrista

Kathy Smallwood

August 20, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Praying that your memories will bring you peace and comfort.

Julie Findley

August 20, 2020

Wow! 99 years old! Mrs. Alma was the best! She showed so much love to me when I would visit my grandparents, as a child. I was always greeted with the biggest hug, welcome, and something yummy to eat. I know Jesus has welcomed her in the same way she welcomed and loved me.

Praying peace over your entire family. I was blessed to of known, Mrs. Alma.

Love, Julie Findley (Boutwell)

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