OBITUARY

Willie Mae Harris-Huggins

December 3, 1946March 7, 2019
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Willie Mae Harris-Huggins was born on December 3, 1946 in Alexandria, Louisiana and passed away on March 7, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 15, 2019
  • Visitation at Church Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
REMEMBERING

Willie Mae Harris-Huggins

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Reve Doss

March 18, 2019

You were so adamant about getting together for mom’s birthday this year, so you rounded up the OLG gang of Goodwill/New Direction and headed to the “office” (aka Muckleshoot). Something told me to drive because if you know Miss Willie, Ernestine, Ann and P-Diddy (Mommy) then you know they’d be there all night....let’s just say we arrived at 6:30pm and I left them at 2:30am and they were still playing!!!

I could tell that evening you were in pain, but you never complained and just wanted my mom to have a great birthday with dear friends. Although I’m going to miss all the life lessons and seeing your beautiful smile I find comfort knowing you are free and are no longer suffering.

Love you always,
Pat Jr. (Revé)

Omar Abdulalim

March 16, 2019

Willie would always get on me and Milo about all the women we dated saying you 2 are doing way to much. She always showed me love .

Yvonia Murray-Johnson

March 15, 2019

How do l say see you later to you, l have really been challenged this week trying to process life without being a part, l understand that you will no longer be suffering anymore but life sucks, but l understand God loves you first. Sister l love you to the moon and back you know this right lol. Take your rest with the Lord and l will see you on the other side. Sister love forever ❤❤😥 Yvonia

Taylor Gaston

March 14, 2019

Nana, you will forever be missed. You always treated me with love and kindness just like
I was one of your grandkids. I love you and miss your warm spirit. ❤️

Clara Londy

March 14, 2019

Willie I am so sorry you had to leave us so early but god had a better place for you where there is no more suffering just milk an hunny I will always be there for Tammy an the kids god gave me a big heart and lots of love, there is always room in my life an heart for them we will take care of things down here .no worries I got you always remember how you say my name Clar Lee .so you Rest In Peace love always grandma Clara.

Coron and Bridgette Scott

March 14, 2019

We are sending our condolences and love from Harker Heights Texas. To my Sis Tammy: I pray Gods comfort as you lay Mrs. Willie to rest. I wish I could be there with you. To my God Son KeJohn, Nephews JJ and Malik and my Neice Tiara: I will continue to pray for you all. Your strength is an example of your faith. Continue to trust Him.
Love Bridgette

Tamie White

March 14, 2019

Auntie Willie I can't believe you're gone but I know you're experiencing joy unspeakable now, no more pain and sickness❤ You entered my life through marriage but stayed in my life through love. I remember the talks and laughs we used to have while I did your hair back in the day, there is and never will be anyone like you ❤ I remember when cousin Milo passed and we would talk and cry as two mothers who knew the pain of losing our sons💔 I never thought that the last time I saw you and heard you say "hey Tam!" hugged and kissed you, would actually be the very last time...I love Auntie Willie always and I know I'll see you again. Kiss Bubba for me💙💙💙 Rest in Paradise

Grandson JayJay

March 13, 2019

“Non” i miss you so much , it’s so unreal to know you’re gone. I’m so sad but i know you wouldn’t want me to be. Im so glad to know you have gotten your wings, i know your flying high ! You’ll always be with me in my heart 😩💜 i love you Nana

JAZMINE WEEKLY-MORTON

March 13, 2019

Auntie Willie~ One of my favorite aunts! I swear no matter how much time there was in between visits, everytime I saw you it was like we never missed a beat. Even though I didn't see you as much as I did when my mom and dad were married, I never felt a lack of love from you! I was always greeted with, "Hey Jaz", and open arms. I remember staying the night at your house when I was younger, you were always so fun and chill to be around. The "cool" Auntie full of spunk and glam! Although I'll miss you dearly, this is not Goodbye. More like, I'll see you later! Kiss and Hug Bubba for me! I know I now have another Angel watching over me 😇

Love Always,
Jaz ❤

Makela Steward

March 13, 2019

My Willie-mena! My hilariously funny, would get you ALL the way together in a heartbeat but would give you the shirt off her back godmother. I have so many great memories both as a child and as an adult with you. From our random get away weekend's at a hotel just so I could swim, to our late night french fry dates, to bowling in the family league on Sundays, to giving me $5 every Sunday for as long as I can remember, our many trips to Louisiana and California and so much more. What a legacy I have left for all of us. You we're the best godmother a person could have. The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. Love you forever and ever. - Your favorite God child, Makela Steward

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