Ashby-Harris-Obituary

Dr. Ashby Harris

Dallas, Texas

1939 - 2019

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HARRIS, Dr. Ashby On Saturday, March 2nd, the world lost an adoring husband, a devoted father, a patient grandfather, a loyal friend, a superb doctor, and a brilliant man. Leaving us, Ashby Harris, 79, was surrounded by his family, he was filled with the peace one only gets from having lived a...

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MaryAnn and girls , you have all my thoughts and prayers and those of so many people who know and love you. Let God and family and friends help you get through the time of sorrow and get to the time of remembering all the happy memories you created during your life together. I admire the strength of your family. Pat Dixon Braniff International and Clipped B's.

My thoughts and prayers our with the family and friends in your hour of grief. May you find peace and comfort in the God of all comfort. Matt 5:4.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

The Dallas County Medical Society, its Board of Directors, members and staff express to you our deepest sympathy in the recent loss of your loved one, Dr. Ashby Harris.

He was a valued member of DCMS and the Texas Medical Association for 48 years. He will be truly missed by his colleagues. Your family will remain in our thoughts and prayers.

Sincerely,
Michael J Darrouzet
Executive Vice President/CEO

So sorry for your loss. Jesus wept after the death of his friend Lazarus. John 11:35 We weep along with you. His example was written in the Bible to give us a hope. Rom. 15:4

Mary Ann, Shannon, and Ashley, my heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to you and the Harris family for the loss of Ashby, a great man indeed. I will never forget how welcoming he was in hosting SPC post season tournament dinners for the Greenhill girls basketball team, and the joy and excitement on his face of Greenhill girls winning the championship that year. So many great things about Ashby that I remember, especially those memories of how Ashby and Mary Ann's unconditional support of...