Elsie Mae Albair

July 2, 1929 ~ January 16, 2016

 Elsie M. Albair, 86, of Hackberry passed away on January 16, 2016 in Houston, TX. She was of the Baptist Faith, loved to bowl, play games, and watch western shows. She will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.

Elsie is survived by her sisters, Betty Petitt and husband Norman of TX, Patsy Spicer and husband Marshall of Hackberry, Mary Jane Callahan of Sulphur, Helen Carmichael, Peggy Magnusson, and her chosen sister, Cathy Mikolajek all of CA; her brothers, Richard Albair and wife Peggy and Winfred Ray Albair and wife Carmella all of TX; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bert and Thelma Albair; and siblings, Ebb Hyatt, Edward Hyatt, Pete Albair, Eli Albair, Alex “Butch” Albair and Billy Albair.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 1 P.M. at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home in Sulphur. Burial will be in New Hackberry Cemetery in Hackberry, LA under the direction of Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 from 10 A.M. until time of service at the funeral home. 

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  1. Wish we could be there. Glad we were able to spend time with Aunt Elsie when were there last May. She truly will be missed. Much love to our family. Aunt Pat thank you for your loving care. Aunt Elsie was lucky to have you. Thank you Aunt Betty for being there till the end. Love you all, Vicky and family…

  2. Ms. Elsie came into my life about 6 years ago at the bowling center in El Campo, TX. I always enjoyed being around her even though she was a very head strong lady and always spoke her mind. She always made the best cookies and I even convinced her to give me her "secret" recipes. Rest in peace and fly high with the angels Ms. Elsie….You will be greatly missed by alot of people. My only regret is that I never made the trip with Ms. Henrietta to go see you when you moved to Louisana. May your family find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

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