Mimi
Mimi E. Fitz Harris Greece: December 26, 2018 went home to be with the Lord. She is predeceased by her beloved husband, Major Richard J. Fitz Harris II; sister, Mary Berenice Behr; brother, Chauncey A. Doxtater Jr. Survived by her son, Richard J. Fitz Harris III of Chicago; many loving nieces and nephews. After graduating from Nazareth Academy, she met and fell in love with Major Richard and married him in the Post Chapel in Nashville, TN. Mimi and Richard traveled all thru the Southern States for 19 years in the Army. After Richard retired, she joined Avon Products, Inc. of NY as a Rochester City Manager and she retired in 1977 as a District manager, which enabled them to travel and spend time in many countries. In the winter months, she enjoyed spending time in their Florida home. Mimi joined the Catholic Women’s Club of Rochester, the Women’s Guild of Vero Beach, the Palm Beach Diocese of Catholic Women, the Republican Women’s Federated of Indian River County, Fl., The Red Cross Volunteers of Fl. and was a volunteer for more than 40 years at her church, Our Mother of Sorrows. Mimi loved spending time with her husband traveling and her many friends near and far. Mimi’s Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, January 4th 10:00 AM Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 5000 Mt. Read Blvd. Interment, Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Our Mother of Sorrows Church in her memory. For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. I knew Mimi and Richard as customers and neighbors of Lake Shore Country Club. They were a wonderful couple. I am sorry for your loss, but happy they were around so many years for you. Be blessed

  2. Aunt Mimi had a great sense of humor, the ability to put problems in perspective, and I think what I inherited from her was her ability to find silver linings, however dark the cloud. In many ways she had a lovely life, and certainly a wonderful and loving and devoted husband. But these past few years have been a trial. Her indomitable spirit has been tested but never broken. What I will miss most– what I have missed most in recent years– is her candor, and her laugh. She is with Uncle Richard again, and with her mother, sister, and brother . . . and, most of all, with Christ.

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