Thelma Louise Hardison of Durham North Carolina. Born January 19, 1943 departed her life on September 20, 2021 after a short ill- ness. Ms. Thelma, known as Ms. Annie resided at Accordius Health/Rose Mannor, Durham NC, 27704.
Thelma Louise Hardison (Annie), was the youngest daughter of the late Ella Moore Parker and James Parker Sr. Born in Greenville, North Carolina, Thelma graduated from Rose High School in Greenville, NC. While in Greenville, she had her first son Darrell Parker. She later moved to New York, where she met her husband Booker T. Hardison. From this union, they had two son Brian L. Hardison and Andrew Hardison. Thelma was a factory worker for several years and later became a House Keeper for not only her three boys, but also two step children Patricia Hardison and Terri Hardison. Several years after marriage, Thelma returned back to work where she later retired as a Home Attendant.
Thelma Louise Hardison is preceded by her late husband Booker T. Hardison New York, her seven siblings, Lillie May Parker Bus- sey, Leroy Parker, Lena May Parker Mooring, James (Dick) Par- ker, Johnella Parker, John Arthur (Roland) Parker, Rodist (Buck) Parker.
She is survived by her children, Darrell D. Parker (Lori) North Carolina, Brian L. Hardison, New York, Andrew Hardison, South Carolina. Five grandchildren, Rashida A. Parker, Darrell D. Parker Jr, Israel E. Parker all of North Carolina, Javonte Hardison, New York, Asia Hardison, South Carolina and four step grandchildren, four siblings, Richard, Fanny, Claudia Parker, Greenville, North Carolina, Jimmy Fleming, New Jersey, Violene Little, preceded by William Curtis Little Queens, New York, Velma Belon, preceded by Rev. Roy Chester Belon North Carolina.
Thelma also leaves to mourn a host of beloved nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives, and friends.
Mrs. Annie loved growing flowers, she enjoyed singing and danc- ing, and was very comical and funny. She always made you laugh, and she loved gospel music, as well as her Pepsi.
“We will miss her dearly”
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