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Bill Harris

Woodbine, Iowa


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Fouts Funeral Home Obituary

William Richard Harris was born July 7, 1930, to Lyman and Blanche (Mefferd) Harris in Woodbine, Iowa. He was raised on a farm south of Woodbine and graduated from Woodbine High School in 1948. During school he worked at Siebels Store and carried papers. After graduation he became a carpenter for...

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Ann, Jean, We're so sorry for your loss, rest assured this loss will be felt by the many that knew your father. Your father and mother were incredible, loving people. Kathy and I were blessed with compassionate aunts and uncles that were there when we needed support your father was at the forefront. I learned much from your father and would have learned more if I had been more ready to learn or if I had known how valuable his knowledge would be to me later in life. It's a cold dreary day...

We had have so much memories of Bill Harris during the time we came to Woodbine, Iowa in April 1980. Bill and his family (Bette, Ann, Jean) had have been very kind to us.

Being the only Vietnamese Refugee Family in Woodbine, we were lonely and homesick, but we have had many families and friends in-town to welcome us with their warm hearts. That feeling is still with us now and forever. Bill and Better had always there for us when we need during that time. We still remain in contact...

Ann, Jean, Bonnie & families,

Many fond memories come to mind of the good times with Bill, as my Uncle and very good friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Bill Hutcheson

Ann & Jean, so sorry for your loss. Your dad and mom were such good nice people. Both always had a ready smile to share. Thinking of your family.

Bill and Bette were wonderful neighbors for my parents. They were the kindest caring people. You girls take care. Wanda Tunnell Moores

Our hearts are sad but heaven rejoices. Sending love and hugs to Bonnie, Ann and Jean and family.