Dr. Parker Harold Albritton

December 9, 1930 - July 8, 2020
Sibley Cemetery
1444 HWY 145
Choudrant, LA 71227
Sunday 7/12, 1:00 pm
Graveside Service
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December 9, 1929-July 8, 2020 Graveside Services for Dr. Parker Harold Albritton will be held Sunday, July 12, 2020, 1:00 P.M., at Alabama Presbyterian Church (Sibley Cemetery) in Choudrant, LA. Rev. Allison Moody will officiate. Harold Albritton passed away July 8, 2020. Survived by his wife, Lou Ann, his daughter Mary Dawn, and grandsons BoydContinue Reading

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Kathleen M Dyke left a message on August 8, 2020:
Former student from West Monroe High School, one of the best teachers I ever had very kind.
Joel Albritton left a message on July 14, 2020:
I am sorry to hear of Uncle Harold's passing. I am sorry I was unable to attend Uncle Harold's graveside service. I loved Uncle Harold and I will miss him. Sending my love to Aunt Lou Ann, Mary Dawn, and grandchildren.
Candy Ulmer Cranch, M.Ed., NBCT left a message on July 14, 2020:
Dear Mary Dawn and Family, Thank you for the beautiful tribute that you wrote to your precious Daddy. Although I did not know him, after reading your meaningful words, I felt that I did know him. I have so much admiration for him as an Educator since I taught for 40 consecutive years. I loved learning that he was an Ole Miss graduate as was the Father of my two boys. Your Daddy was truly an amazing person. I know that you will miss him dearly, as will your Family and all of his Friends. I am sending you, your Mother, and your Family Much Love and Healing Prayers at this time of great loss. With Love from Candy Ulmer Cranch, M.Ed., NBCT from St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church.
Jo Ann Dauzat left a message on July 14, 2020:
We offer our sincere condolences on the loss of Harold. Our payers are that the wonderful times you had together provide strength and solace to you at this time. The memories shared by Mary Dawn are such a loving testament to her father. Such memories are our true treasures. The Dauzats, Sam and Jo Ann
Rusty McCoy left a message on July 12, 2020:
I first met Coach Harold when I was a very young little boy. He taught, on the faculty, with my mother, at West Monroe High School. He made a wonderful impression on me, by stopping and talking to me, from time to time, when I would see him in the halls of West Monroe High. Moreover, he became the one, and only one teacher, on the West Monroe faculty whom I wanted, before reaching high school. I would make that desire known to my mother many times when I was a child. When I was about nine years old, Harold, and his brother Darvin, picked me as a player on the baseball team they coached, the Firestone Little League team. I'm sure I speak for the hearts of a lot of little boys who are now senior citizens. We simply had the best coaches little league kids could have. Not only did we receive great coaching, we were coached with great dignity, plus sportsmanship was the hallmark of our little team; And most of all, we won more than we lost. I must say, out of all those little league players, I was the lucky one. Coach Harold became my uncle when he married my mother's sister, Lou Ann. When I got to high school, I couldn't have him for a teacher, because he was my uncle, but he continued to coach and teach me in the game of life. We became very close over the many years. In my life, I've met many good men, but I've never known a better man than Coach Harold Albritton. I LOVE YOU COACH,
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Sherri Kessler left a message on July 10, 2020:
Harold was a very kind and generous person. Prayers for the family.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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