Mary Albright Obituary

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In Memory of

Mary Louise Albright

November 8, 1925 - November 28, 2013
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Mary Louise Albright was born to the late Damon Perkins and Josephine Watkins on November 8, 1925. She accepted Christ in her life at an early age and was a member of both St. Stephen Baptist Church and Greater St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church. She was always an avid Bible reader. She later became an enthusiastic member of Breath of Life Christian Center and was very active until the onset of health challenges. She was united in holy matrimony to the late Winston Albright in 1948 and from that union-Joan Deloris Albright, Winston Albright, Jr., Ronald Eric (Tia) Albright & Earlie Albright became a family. Mary attended Cosmetology...
Mary Louise Albright was born to the late Damon Perkins and Josephine Watkins on November 8, 1925. She accepted Christ in her life at an early age and was a member of both St. Stephen Baptist Church and Greater St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church. She was always an avid Bible reader. She later became an enthusiastic member of Breath of Life Christian Center and was very active until the onset of health challenges.

She was united in holy matrimony to the late Winston Albright in 1948 and from that union-Joan Deloris Albright, Winston Albright, Jr., Ronald Eric (Tia) Albright & Earlie Albright became a family.

Mary attended Cosmetology School and worked in that capacity for many years at Richardson's Beauty Salon on Evergreen Avenue in North Memphis. She worked at Arlington Developmental Center and retired after twenty years. From then she worked as a Private Home Heath Care Provider.

Mary believed in tithing and planting seeds for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. As a mother her strength was amazing. She taught her children how to work and to push forward no matter what. She taught them how to treat others by her favorite saying "You can say where you have been in life but you don't know when you are going so watch how you treat people." Her life, caring, cooking, and love will be forever remembered by her Brother Eldridge T (Bernice) Watkins, children-Joan, Ronald, Winston & Earl, Grandchildren-Tawana, Tonya, Erica & Brandi, Great-grandchildren Demarcus, Danielle, Michael, Damien, Darian, Desmond, Andrea, Melvin & Taylor, Nieces-Karla & Angela, Nephews-Eric, Ted & Jason and a special friend Dorothy Bobo, along with many other relatives and friends. She is gone but she will not be forgotten and her family rests their prayers of seeing her again upon the resurrection hope given to us by Jesus Christ.

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