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Hardison, Muriel F.

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November 24, 1940 - February 18, 2013

Hardison, Muriel F.

Hardison, Muriel F “Merle”, age 72, of Plano, passed away on February 18, 2013. Merle was born on November 24, 1940, in Roanoke, VA, to the late De Lois Van Doren and Willie Beatrice Ferguson. Merle is survived by her husband of 50 years, Richard L Hardison of Plano; her daughter, Leigh Hardison of Plano; her son, Andy Hardison, his wife Beth, and their two children, Alicia and Alex, of Camden, NY; her sister, Bobi Perry of Savannah, GA; her brother, Steve Ferguson of Atlanta, GA; and beloved nieces, nephews, and cousins. Merle was preceded in death by her brother, Marvin Ferguson of Savannah, GA. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, at Church of the Holy Communion in Dallas. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Church of the Holy Communion.

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Mary Selan

March 04, 2013 4:46PM

With a heavy heart I give you my sympathy to the Hardison family. I personally did not know Merle, but they say fruit does not fall far from the tree and knowing what a wonderful person Leigh is, that say alot. May you rest in peace.


BILL HUNT

February 23, 2013 5:53AM

HARDISON FAMILY,

PLEASE ACCEPT OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY ON YOUR LOSS OF MERLE. SHE WAS A BEAUTIFUL PERSON INSIDE AND OUT. I REMEMBER FONDLY OUR SOCIAL EVENTS AFTER RICH PUT ME INTO COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRIES. MERLE HAD A BEAUTIFUL HEART AND WAS A VERY GENEROUS PERSON. SHE WILL BE MISSED AND OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME.

WARM REGARDS,
BILL HUNT


Chuck & Evy

February 22, 2013 5:19PM

Evy & myself have known Merle for well over 20 years. Words alone at this time do not reflect our sincere feelings and love for her.A
more sincere and loving person you would not find. She will remain in our hearts & soul forever with the knowledge we will some day meet again. May she rest in peace.


Barbara Braithwaite

February 22, 2013 2:28PM

Merle and I first met at CHC in Dallas, but we soon realized we had a great deal in common. Both of us were from Virginia, and both had graduated from women's colleges in that state. Her college and major were more demanding than mine. She was a very intelligent woman and a leader. We both, however, enjoyed small Episcopal churches where vestments and sins were black and white. She worked in the church as a leader of the women's group, helped with summer Bible School, and was in charge of the Chrismon project for the church tree, overseeing the stitchery work needed. She loved her family and her faith was deep. "Death is the (her) next great adventure." (Rowling)