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Angela Queen Stinson-Harris
November 11, 1961 ~ December 1, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Angela Queen Stinson-Harris was called home to be with the Lord December 1, 2023, surrounded by her children and family in the hospital.
She was born November 11, 1961, to the late Robert Stinson SR. and Clara Mae Stinson in Reynolds, Georgia.
In her early years of life, Angela spent 5 years caring for nursing home patients. She later spent years working as an experienced cake decorator in the Kroger’s bakery, as well as restaurants. She was an amazing cook who enjoyed making meals and baking desserts for her family. She was very talented and artistic. She loved fishing, and “slapping buttons” at the casino where she seemed to be very lucky.
Angela is proceeded in death by her father Robert Stinson SR. Grandmother Nancy Reynolds and Grandmother Levonia Stinson. She is survived by her mother Clara Mae Stinson of Marion, Ohio.
She is survived by her former husband, Phillip Harris, of Marion Ohio. She leaves behind the legacy of her children including her 3 Sons, Terrence Harris, Branon (Danielle) Harris, Kevin Harris, and Daughter Erica Harris, all of Marion, Ohio. She has 5 grandchildren that she loved very much. A’shiah Harris, Jakeria Harris, Jakevia Harris, Taevia Harris, A'Kylah Harris, and Chase Jones, all from Marion, Ohio.
She is survived by her four sisters, Rejoice Jones, Lozina Stinson, Lilsonya Ashmon, all of Marion, Lawanda Parker Washington of Killeen Texas. She is survived by two brothers Robert Stinson, Ted Ashmon both of Marion, Ohio.
“Mom was a strong woman that raised us 4 kids. She made us all who we are today and I’m thankful to have had her in my life and to call her my mother. She will forever be in our hearts.” - Terrence Harris
“My mom was a passionate woman; she was the type of person who wanted to help other people. She was always there when you needed her for hard times. She raised me and my siblings the best way she could. We will always carry her in our hearts. “- Branon Harris.
“My mother is loved by many; she touched the lives of nearly everyone she met. She was beautiful on the inside and the outside and is one of the strongest women I know. I couldn’t have asked for a better mother, and I could only hope to be as strong of a woman as she was... I love you forever mom.” - Erica Harris.
“I believe that my mom had many lives within herself, she used them all through her life. One of her strengths was her pride.
She had the strength to take on life and support her kids as a single parent. She never doubted her kids and only provided us the strength we ever needed in this life to survive in this world. My mother’s love was truly a blessing. I know my mother is looking down on us and telling her family and friends to keep our heads up, to keep getting stronger and to always love each other because family is all you have. my mother was my best friend and I’m truly going to miss the talks about life and anything and everything that our minds take us.
Never forgotten my mother Angela Queen Harris, until we meet again. We love you“-Kevin Harris.