Ms. Annie Mae Baker

May 3, 1961 ~ August 30, 2020 (age 59)

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Ms. Annie Mae Baker began her life journey in Clay County, Alabama to the parentage of Mrs. Gladys Nell Harrison and the late Marriel Harrison Sr. of Goodwater, Alabama on May 03, 1961.

 Annie Mae graduated from Bibb Graves High School and worked for Tyson Foods.  She was employed with the company for 20+ years.  She loved her job and the relationships she made with her co-workers.  She joined Pleasant Home Baptist Church at a young age.  She also attended “A Candle Lit Up On A Hill Church”, under the instruction of Pastor Joann Butler.  She always had a smile on her face and loved everyone.

 Annie Mae was a loving mother, daughter, aunt, cousin, and most of all grandmother.  She inspired and impacted many people on a daily basis.


On August 30, 2020 Annie Mae was called home to be with the Lord.  She is preceded in death by her father Marriel Harrison Sr.

 Annie Mae leave to cherish her loving memories to three children: Lawonna (Kevin) Moon (Clarksville, TN); Erica Gaddis (Goodwater, AL); Donovan Gaddis (Goodwater, AL); her mother, Gladys Harrison (Goodwater, AL), Step-father John P. Cook (Goodwater, AL); her sisters: Linda Whetstone (Goodwater, AL); Margie (Shon) Garrett (Goodwater, AL); Pastor Joanne Butler (Childersburg, AL); her brothers: Occie (Cathy) Harrison (Goodwater, AL) Marriel Harrison, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL); Tony (Helen) Harrison (Johnsburg, GA); her six grandchildren: Kevin (KJ) Moon; Malekia (meme) Moon, Andrianna Wilson; Zikeria Gaddis, Jeremiah Stroud, Kaleyah Rosalee Gaddis, her uncles: Rev. Thelma Lauderdale (Tulsa, OK); Harvey Lauderdale, Jr.(Paterson, NJ) L. B. Lauderdale (Anniston, AL) Willie James Harrison (Goodwater, AL); her aunts: Barbara Moon (Maryland); Beulah Chapman (Goodwater, AL) Pastor Berthine, (PC) Ferrell (Goodwater, AL), Pastor A Wilther (Bobby) Smart (Dadeville, AL);  Min Mattie Pearl (Rev. B.D) Walton (Alex City); A host of GOD sisters, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.


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 Service Program


Funeral Service
September 4, 2020

1:00 PM
Armour's Memorial Chapel
1465 N. Central Avenue
Alexander City, Alabama 35010

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