Carroll "Sandy" Harris
1954 - 2021
BORN
1954
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park
12777 State Road 82
Fort Myers, FL
Carroll "Sandy" Harris

Fort Myers - Carroll Harris "Sandy" 66 went home to be with his Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, in heaven. Born and raised in Rochester NY. His parents were Joseph & Nancy Harris. He attended Cornell University in Ithaca NY and continued to reside there until moving to Cape Coral FL in 1994. In 2016 he relocated to "the Country" AKA East Fort Myers.

Sandy was an excellent chef who enjoyed serving his culinary creations all his life. He believed "if they are hungry, feed them with food for their bodies and also food for their souls". He was also an insurance agent for many years. But his true joy was serving the Lord as a Recovery Pastor. He loved to share & show the joy and peace that came only from following Jesus Christ.

Sandy leaves behind his wife and soul mate Dee, who will love & honor his memory forever. Sandy had three children: Ashley Harris, Michelle Perry and Noah Harris. "Papa" had one grandchild, Gabriel, who he adored "his little buddy". He had 3 brothers: Dr. Peter (Jan) Harris, Sheldon Harris (deceased), Charles Harris (deceased). He also leaves behind 1 step brother, William Johnston; 3 step sisters: Linda (Jack) Durga, Laurie Johnston (Ed Colombo), Sally "Petie" (Joe) Radicchi

A celebration of life will be held Saturday April 24th at 10:00AM at Crossroads Baptist Church, 10721 Palm Beach Blvd, Ft Myers, FL, 33905.

"My faith does not rest in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God"



Published by The News-Press from Apr. 15 to Apr. 18, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Apr
24
Celebration of Life
10:00a.m.
Crossroads Baptist Church
10721 Palm Beach Blvd, Ft Myers, FL
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Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park
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