Philip Loyd Harris

Keota, Oklahoma

Jul 21, 1945 – Nov 15, 2017 (Age 72)


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Mallory-Martin Family Funeral Home & Crematory Obituary

Philip was born on July 21, 1945 and passed away on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. Philip was a resident of Keota, Oklahoma at the time of passing. Funeral Service will be 2 pm Monday, November 20, 2017 at Unity Baptist Church in Keota, Oklahoma with Rev. Larry Harris and Rev. Tommie Parker officiating. Burial will follow at Star Cemetery in Keota, Oklahoma. Military Honors provided by; Stigler V.F.W. Post #4446 Pallbearers will be; Jay Rangel, Bobby Parker, Jason Lipari, Kenneth Daniels, Michael Harris, Michael Mills Honorary pallbearers will be; Grant Harris, Wayne Warren, Paul Owens, Gary Hollie, Gregg Perdue, Lawrence Burris Viewing will be at the Keota Chapel; Sat 10 - 7pm; Sunday 10 - 7pm with family visitation on Sunday from 5pm - 7pm; Monday 9am-noon Services entrusted to Mallory-Martin Funeral Home in Stigler, Oklahoma.

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I was so sorry to hear of Phil's passing. I am another Cousin as my Mom and Asa Lee were sisters. There were four of us Winters Cousins born in 1945 and now two of them are gone. I think the Harris family visited us in Palermo, CA in the 50's but I don't have any real memories of that. In 1997 I made my 1st and only trip to Oklahoma for a Winters family reunion and I got to spend time with Aunt Asa Lee and my Harris Cousins. I left there hoping to make it back to see everyone again but...

phil was my first cousin. he was 2 months older than me. in 1960 my brother frank, my mom, and i spent about 3 weeks in star staying with my aunt asa lee and uncle black. those weeks are some of my most cherished memories. phil and i and his brothers and sister had such fun. we felt like family. i never saw phil after that but i feel a bond with him and his siblings. i loved having so many cousins-the perkins kids were cousins as well. that summer was the beginning of the end of...

Please accept my deep condolences.
I am a cousin in California.

Remembering a Field trailer from our earlier years of coon dog racing. We will always keep those memories of Phil close to our hearts. My prayers go out to his Sons and Wife.