Alydia Madison Hamlin Hart, 21, of Henry died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, at Henry County Medical Center following a traffic accident.
Her funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Thursday at McEvoy Funeral Home, with Mike Burnette officiating.
Honorary pallbearers include Branden Richardson, Nathan Gaskins, Joey Hamlin, Steve Clark, Beau Mitchell, Tucker Hopkins, Kenneth Hart, Mike Petty, Josh Anderson, and Koty, Jeffrey and Jacob Allen.
Visitation is scheduled for 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, and will continue at 2 p.m. Thursday until the time of the service.
Hart was born April 23, 1998, in Paris. She was the daughter of Bobby (Charlotte) Hart of Paris and Barbara Wallace Hamlin of Henry, both of whom survive.
In addition to her parents, Hart is survived by two sisters, Abigail Hart and Erin (Christopher) Parker, both of Paris; a brother, J.H. (Sasha) Wallace of Paris; her grandfather, “Daddy” Bill Hart; an uncle, Jake Hamlin; four aunts: Lynda Winburn, Janice Anderson, Sherrie “Sam” Steel and Norma Hart; eight nieces and nephews, Lynora Jane Wallace, Rae Clair Wallace, Madison Sue Wallace, Ryan Trystan Bradley, Ian Dale Bradley, Brennon Kyler Bradley, Gavin Lee Gordon and Jackson David Parker; and numerous cousins, other family members and special friends.
She was preceded in death by three of her grandparents: Warren Muzzall, Lynora Hamlin Muzzall and “Momma” Jean Hart; and three uncles: Patrick Hogan, Larry Hamlin and David Winburn.
Hart was a 2016 graduate of Henry County High School. She enjoyed photography, arts and crafts and fishing with her father. She was a member of the Henry Bunns FCE Community Club and enjoyed volunteering. She was employed at Lowe’s in Paris.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the family via McEvoy Funeral Home.