Malissa Ann Hart

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Malissa Ann Wingate Hart was born July 6, 1945.  She passed away at home on July 25, 2020.  Malissa was born in Atlanta GA and grew up in East Point, GA.  She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Elementary Education. She died from complications caused by Pancreatic Cancer.  She is survived by her husband Alvin (AL) nieces, nephew, cousins and their families. She was preceded in death by her parents, siblings, and a great nephew.

Malissa was very proud that she was able to visit 48 States, Washington DC, and 26 National Parks.  She was disappointed that her disease kept her from visiting Hawaii and Alaska.  

For those who wish to honor Malissa, please consider making a donation in her memory to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (pancan.org).

13 Comments To "Malissa Ann Hart"

Liv Nilssen On Jul 31 2020 at 7pm
Farewell, Malissa, we’ll miss you at our Potlucks. Our thoughts are with you, Al! Reply to this comment
Victoria On Jul 31 2020 at 7pm
Malissa was always encouraging, thoughtful and I was Blessed to have her in my life,, as my friend. Melissa will be in the Heart of everyone who Loved her. I can just see her & my husband James up there laughing & maybe playing tennis. My Deepest Condolences Al but we will see them Again. Victoria Reply to this comment
Paula McGahee On Jul 31 2020 at 7pm
What a wonderful friend! Many happy memories and lots of laughs. She will be missed by many. I'll see you again my friend. Reply to this comment
Lexie Ann Kreckman On Jul 30 2020 at 11am
Malissa was like a sister to me. I will cherish the fun times we had together in high school , having lunch together in our later years and our trips to the beach for the past 50+ years. Loved her dearly and will miss her. Hope to see her again. Reply to this comment
Marian Langdon On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
When we Moved to our house 4 years ago (across the street from Malissa & Al), she hosted a party to welcome us to the neighborhood. Such a kind but strong lady! She will be missed. Reply to this comment
Cathy Stewart On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
Malissa was a great friend. She was one of the first few people to welcome me to the neighborhood. Enjoyed our good times over the years in the neighborhood, exercise classes and eating out occasionally . She always had such a positive attitude as she fought “the beast”. What a blessing to have known her. She will be missed by all who knew her. Reply to this comment
Sherry McClain On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
I was one of the lucky ones to be able to call Malissa a friend. She took me in my first year of teaching and taught me the ropes...not just in the classroom either! My mom wouldn’t leave me in Augusta that first year of teaching until Malissa assured her she would be keeping an eye on me and that she did. She never let time or distance weaken our friendship. I will miss you, Lissa. Reply to this comment
The Carter Family On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
Malissa was one of a kind! Such a wonderful soul with a spunky personality. We are incredibly sad, and will miss her tremendously! We have many memories to keep her spirit alive. Reply to this comment
Gerald Wingate Heard On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
As 1st cousins, we both grew up in East Point and visited often...wonderful memories.... I loved you for a lifetime and I will love you and miss you forever more. Reply to this comment
Jean McHenry On Jul 29 2020 at 8am
Malissa was a delightful person whose smile and twinkling eyes made her a joyful, special person to everyone who knew her. She blessed my life every time we were together. I will miss her so much, but will always remember our times together. She never gave up fighting the "beast." Reply to this comment
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