I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Your father was so warm and friendly and I always enjoyed visiting with him.
With deepest sympathy,
Fran Holliday Sanford
Back in the late 60's, Harris was a fine mentor to me. He certainly made a difference in my life.
I remember Mr.Williams as a customer at Jack's Saw Shop. It was always such a pleasure to see and talk to him. A true Southern Gentleman! Blessings to your family.
Beth, My parents were charter members at Riverside Methodist Church and I remember attending Sunday School at the Methodist Home before the building was completed. My most fondest memories of Riverside Methodist Church was MYF and your Mom and Dad!!! They were the dearest people and they shaped many lives with their years and years of service to the Youth at Riverside...I'm so proud that they touched my life in more ways then they would have ever realized. I was raised in a home with a lot of turbulence and their hearts and kind words were a safe haven for a scared youth....with a "happy ending", and in our shared love for Christ, thank you for sharing your incredible parents with so many through the years. Dianne (Smith) Clark
Beth & Jack,
What a blessing it was to be with Mr. Williams at JWV. He was one of the sweetest men I have ever met. May God bless you both.
Harris was one of the finest gentleman I ever met. When I retired from the Army and moved back to my hometown, Montezuma, to become the City Manager, Harris was the City Auditor. He quickly became a trusted friend with his quiet and intellectual demeanor. My deepest sympathy is extended to the family.