To brighten your life in heaven. RIP.
Great neighbor! Loved the animals
Georgia Harris, Crowley, TX
Thank you, Mr. Harris, for many years of GOOD radio .
You touched so many lives with your wit, advice and caring. One of your cousins.
May God be with you and yours.
BOBBYAND JUANITA VIVIREBECCARUIZINWESTMINISTER CALIFORNIA
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I met Don and his wife when they lived in Crowley. Loved how he ended his radio program, and I do keep smiling and make people wonder what I've been up to! As friendly in person as he was on the radio! Prayers and thanks!
To the Harris family we send our condolences in this sad time, our thoughts and prayers are with the family, God be with ya'll and godspeed comfortness in this heartbreaking time , take care,,,
Thank you for many years of loyal listening.
What a wonderful person, you will be missed.
He is the best man I've ever had the pleasure of knowing and that goes for his whole family. I've known him all my life he practically raised me. He will be missed. My heart goes out to his entire family I am so sorry sorry for everything. Love you all: Danny Gray
What a good man! Don hired me at WBAP in 1969 when I started work for Delta Air Lines. We both stayed in touch over all these years. What a personal loss for us all. Bob Harris
I was honored to work on the sports staff at WBAP from 1983-1991 and made many great friends including Don and Teddy. Don was not only a pro's-pro, he was also a warm and very,very funny man. Teddy, our prayers are with you and your family.
I had the good fortune to meet Mr. Harris a few times at his farm in Johnson county and he was one of the greatest guys to meet you would want to meet. All our prays are with his family.
I've known Don and Teddy most of my life. Growing up in Crowley, I listened to Don announce our football games. In 1971, I went to work for WBAP-TV and later WBAP Radio. We worked together for years. He was one of the pallbearers at my late husband's funeral. He was a fine gentleman and one of a kind. Love you, Don and Teddy.
Mr. Harris was one of the funniest, most down to earth people in Texas. He had such a gracious & lovely wife, and I am so lucky to have known this wonderful family. Teddy was our banker for many years in Burleson. I went to college with his oldest son, Keith. God speed, Don. God bless and keep you, Teddy & boys.
teddy and betty, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. don was a person you never forget knowing,
Don and I worked together at KCLE and later WBAP. He was a dear friend and mentor. There wasn't a more professional announcer, on the air, in the North Texas area. He was admired and loved by many and will be greatly missed.
Tequisquiapan, Queretaro Mexico
Don was my hero and always will be. Yes, I was impressed with his radio fame..especially when as a little girl he'd dedicate a song to me...but I was most impacted by the life he lived. All my 54 years he and Teddy were the picture of a loving marriage. The incredible love they had for one another spilled over to others. There was no place they'd rather be than with one another, and with family...usually laughing and telling stories. Don had an incredible memory of tales from years past. But I especially loved the quiet, gentle Don who always hugged in a way that you knew he really meant it. He will forever be a great man, and I miss him terribly. And, I'm praying for my Aunt Ted who since childhood has not known life without this wonderful
man. I love you forever and always.
Don and I were pals at KCLE in Cleburne during our first radio jobs in 1957.
He was so unpretentious during an age when DJs could be otherwise. I cherished our friendship when we were taking baby steps in radio and fresh out of high school together.
He became a consummate gentleman of the local airwaves of yesteryear.
Teddy, Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. My parents, Blondy and Lois Malone were very fond of you, Don and the boys. May God bless and comfort you. Larry and Dale (Malone) Sanders.
His pleasant and professionally sounding voice was a part of my daily life when I lived in Dallas in the 60s. RIP
Teddy I am so sorry, Don was a wonderful man.I have such great memories of both you and Don.You are in my prayers..