In Loving Memory

Doris Helen Higbee Allegri

March 19, 1925 - July 10, 2019


Doris Helen Higbee Allegri born March 19, 1925 in Belforest, AL, a fourth generation Baldwin Countian, died at home in Battles Wharf, AL on Wednesday, July 10, 2019.

Doris was preceded in death by her parents, Evan Scott Higbee and Helen Ruth Thompson Higbee; her sister, Lucia Higbee Cummings and her husband, A.G. Allegri, Jr.

She is survived by her brother, Richard Evan Higbee (Rita), Belforest, AL; her daughter, Judith Clark Roberds (George) of Battles Wharf, AL; granddaughter, Mary Ashley Johnson, New York, NY; great-grandchildren Chapman Johnson, IV and  Sadie Johnson; stepdaughter, JoAnn Yarborough (Wirth) of Mobile, AL; stepson, Stephen Allegri of Barnwell, AL; as well as other nieces, nephews and extended family.

Doris was a member of the Ecor Rouge Chapter of DAR and the William Smith Chapter of Colonial Dames.  She served many years on the board of Historic Blakeley State Park and the Old Methodist Church Museum of Daphne and was a local historian with a special interest on Native Americans.  She was an active member of Christ the King Catholic Church before moving to Fairhope where she attended St. Lawrence Catholic Church.

A private family service will be held at the Old Methodist Church Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Ecumenical Ministries, 564 Fairhope Avenue, Fairhope, AL 36532 and Catholic Charities, P.O. Box 230, Mobile, AL 36601.  A special thank you to Bo Dooley and Linda Barnes her caregivers and Tonia McDaniel with Comfort Care Hospice.

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    My prayers for the family at this time. God Bless all of you in your time of sorrow..But praises that she is with the Lord.

  2. Linda Gibson

    Judy, your mother was a gracious lady. You and your family are in my prayers.

  3. Pat Saye Johnson

    Doris was such a wonderful person and a good friend to Mom. Her and Uncle A G were always there to support their families, friends, church and community. So many wonderful memories. Thoughts and prayers for all.

  4. Marjorie Meyer Ard

    Judy, Even though you and I were the same age and went to school together, your mom and I
    spent more time together, discussing local history and exploring old cemeteries together. I have lots of good memories of time spent with her. She was a wonderful lady, and I’m glad I knew her.
    You are in my prayers, and will continue to be. Hope to see you some time again at a Class of 1962

  5. Patti Van Iderstine

    My deepest sympathy to you all. Ms. Doris was such a lovely, friendly, and outgoing lady. She always had a beautiful smile and a way of making you feel like an old friend. Remember all the wonderful times together.
    Keeping you all close in my thoughts. Love, Patti


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