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Allie P Hardy August 18, 1930 - August 14, 2020

Allie P. Hardy, 89 passed away Friday, August 14, 2020, in Senatobia, Mississippi.  A visitation will be held  at Church Road Baptist Church Tuesday August 18, 2020 from 10-12. The funeral service will follow immediately after.  Interment will be in Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens.

Ms. Hardy was a charter member of Horn Lake Baptist Church and loved teaching Sunday school. She was a true woman of God and lived her life by his examples. She enjoyed crafts and painting.  Her artistic ability as a painter led to her painting many of the Horn Lake mayor’s portraits.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 plus years Mr. Jack H. Hardy, and one great-grandchild Landon.

Survivors include her sons, Allan Hardy and wife Sharon, and Terry Hardy and wife Toni, three grandchildren; Jack Hardy and wife Brittany, Jessica Green and husband Dustin, Jodie Marsh and husband Joe, nine great-grandchildren; Haley, Allie Grace, Jackson, Elisheva, Hailey, Emily, Alana, Alyssa, and Lennox, and numerous cousins.

Memorials may be made to Senatobia Health Care and Rehab’s Activities fund.

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    Juanita H Walden says

    I am an employee at Senatobia Healthcare, we have truly enjoyed having Ms. Allie here with us. She was such a sweet person and was so kind to everyone, she welcomed all new residents and as our Resident Council President, she handled all situations well. After her new diagnosis of cancer, I went to visit with her, my husband had the same “rare” cancer. I answered her questions as well as I could. She said to me, “will you go and talk to my Dr.?” We had a nice long visit. She also said, and her roommate chimed in, “that is more information than I have gotten from anyone”. She will be missed by all.

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    jen says

    she was the sweetest and most kind lady. she was a joy to be around. I know the dietary department will miss her kind ways. and her “buttermilk” smile. Senatobia Healthcare & rehab Dietary dept.

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    Ann white says

    Sister I’m with you. I’m so sorry but I know she is in heaven. I pray for Allen. Love y’all 🙏🏻❤️

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    Virginia Withers says

    I had the fortune to meet Mrs Hardy while she was a resident of Senatobia. She was gracious, warm and welcoming, as though that was her home for years. She talked about the paintings on her walls, and other things I don’t recall. But I do recall what a gracious lady she was, and how I enjoyed visiting her. My condolences to Terry and the family…she is home now🌹

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