Harmony Waller Obituary, Death – Harmony Waller, a citizen of the United States and a resident of the city of Macon, Georgia, passed away quietly in the surroundings of her own house on November 17, 2022. She was a native of the United States. She received tender attention from members of her devoted family right up until the very last moments of her life, when she passed away. Ms. Waller was born on May 12, 1959, although her mother, Ms. Lula Virginia Griffin, had already passed away before she was born.
Ms. Waller was the only child in her family. Ms. Waller was the only child in her family and they had no other children. Ms. Waller’s family did not have any other children, therefore she was the only child they ever raised. Audrey’s faith in Jesus Christ as her personal savior began at a young age, and it wasn’t long before she became a part of the community of other Christians who attend Saint John A.M.E. Church. Audrey is a member of the Saint John A.M.E. Church choir.
People who knew her in the past remember her as a devoted mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. Her old friends, family members, and acquaintances remember her in this way. The members of her family also remember her fondly from her time spent as a sister. It is said that she possessed each and every one of these qualities, which is something that has been said about her. In many of the joyful memories that we have of our family, Audrey can be seen beaming, smiling, or bouncing around with excitement. These recollections cover both recent events and times that occurred further back in the past.
Her legacy will live on through her two daughters, Shamica Waller and Stephanie Waller; her four grandchildren, Quintavious Waller, Tyrone Davis, Jr., Tyree Waller, and Stephan Waller; her three great grandchildren; her two sisters, Carol Parham and Geraldine Griggs; her brother, Terrell Griffin (and his wife Barbara); her two uncles, Jerry Griffin (and his wife Bessie) and Shelton Griffin (and his wife Carolyn); and a niece. She is also survived