Lizzie Harris Spencer


Jun 13, 1929 - Mar 21, 2013

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Aunt Lizzie I'm glad I got to know you and be your neice. Say hi to Buck for me and say hi to mom for me. Love you.

Alvin, So sorry for your loss, Lizzie was a wonderful person & a great neighbor, My Thoughts & Prayers are with you & your family. With Love & Prayers.

I would like to share a few fond memories I have of Aunt Lizzie. The Summer days of my childhood on the farm with her and Uncle Alvin learning about the animals and gardening. The days at Holiday Lake swimming and playing. The many Fall mountain picnics. The magic of Chrismas we shared each year. The love she had for bird watching and the beautiful colors of Spring flowers. Oh, how could I forget the many shopping trips we made over the years. I always loved the way her blue eyes were...

I am so glad that my children had the opportunity to meet Aunt Lizzie

Lizzie and Alvin

Aunt Lizzie was a special woman who will be missed by everyone who knew her. I remember many family gatherings at her house complete with lots of good food and plenty of hugs. My heart especially goes out to Uncle Alvin who has been a faithful and loving husband and caretaker. May God give him peace that goes beyond our understanding.


Lizzie's Obituaries

Lizzie Harris Spencer, 83, of Rough Creek Road, Pamplin, died at her residence Thursday morning March 21, 2013. She was the wife of Alvin F. Spencer.Lizzie was born in Nottoway County on June 13, 1929, a daughter of the late Eunice Estell Ray and Walter Harris. She was a homemaker.In addition to...

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