James M. Harris

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

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I will never forget you! Prayers from the Davis Family!

I remember when Amy was locked out of her car so late at night in St Cloud and we drove to Brooklyn Park to get the spare set of keys. Jim was there to greet us with smiles and laughter at our crazy adventure! He remembered me at my college graduation from SCSU and made me a beautiful set of pens that I cherish to this day. Amy is such an amazing person and I've been so blessed to have her as one of my most dearest friends. Amy's stories of family were so full of love and laughter. Amy's...

Harris Family,
I have such fond memories of Jim as my soccer coach in junior high through BPAA. He was a great mentor. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

Dear Cousin Kim;
I'm sorry for the passing of your wonderful husband and, no doubt, best friend. Although I only had the privilege to meet with Jimmy once or twice while at family reunions I am certain that he was a tremendous human being, terrific father, and steadfast husband. Please know that you and your children are in my thoughts and prayers and I hope that you are consoled to know that his pain has ceased.
Love from your cousin Sharon

Kim, Isaiah & Amy,

Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Jim will be greatly missed.

My deepest sympathy,
Danielle (Dahlin) Quilling

We will miss your smiling face! You always made our family reunions such happy, crazy events. We loved your jokes and humor. You were a great "garbage man" taking charge of the Christmas wrapping paper. In so many ways you were a terrific person and we all loved you so much. Love, Auntie

Your heart-felt laugh and larger than life hugs will forever remain close to me. I am grateful for the times together with you and your family; the late-night talks, the stories, the laughter. You will continue to live on through your children so I know you'll never be far away. With a kiss on the cheek and a big hug, may you rest in peace. Love you.

Jim always brightened up everyone's day when he came into the clubhouse. We will all miss his friendly smile and his contagious laugh.


James's Obituaries

James M. Harris, 64, of Brooklyn Park, MN, formerly of Easton, passed away Saturday, May 11, 2013 at home. Born: November 28, 1948, in Wadesboro, NC, he was a son of Lucille Harris, of Easton. Personal: He and his wife, Kim M. Harris, celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary on February 3, 2013....

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