Published 7:54 am Thursday, June 16, 2022
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 11, 2022, at Mt. Zion Ora Baptist Church, Collins, Mississippi for Miss Annette Harrien, 71, who died Monday, May 30, 2022, at Jefferson Davis Community Hospital, Prentiss, Mississippi. Rev. James Dampier officiated and Pastor Rachel Thompson was eulogist with interment following in Booth Cemetery in Bassfield. Johnson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Miss Annette Harrien was born to the late Raisola Harrien Bryant; she attended J. E. Johnson High School and later Job Corps in Trenton, New Jersey. She moved back to Prentiss, in 1973, after the untimely death of her mother who left six under aged children. Miss Harrien gave up her life with her sister, the late Helen Harrien to take care of her young siblings.
Miss Harrien worked at Covington Needleworks, Universal Manufacturing, Sanderson Farms and lastly, Prentiss Baptist Church where she was a custodian, worked in nursery and daycare.
She was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church where she remained until her death and was a supporter of The House of Refuge.
She was preceded in death by her stepfather, Willie Bryant, brother, Leon; sisters, Irma Louise, Arlene, Lydia Ann, and Helen Ruth and step-daughter, Kitsha Taylor.
Miss Harrien is survived by her friend, Willie Booth; son, Judifer (Kim) Crockett of Jackson; three daughters, Carol Crockett of Bloomington, Tennessee, Melissa (Sedrick) Booker of Collins; and Tanya Harrien of Morrow, Georgia; step-daughter, Deifra Taylor and Joanett Knight; five grandsons, two brothers, Perry and Charles Bryant both of Prentiss, MS; three sisters, Youlanda (Junior) Barnes, Rachel (Vester) Thompson and Rosa (Michael) Bridges all of Prentiss; two godsons, six stepsons; sister friends, Loretta Bryant, Jackie Stubbs and Alice Hooker and many other relatives and friends.