Joel Harris
Robinson Downtown Funeral Home
305 W Main St
Easley, SC

EASLEY — Joel "Joe" Reldon Harris, 61, of Easley, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021.

Born in Pickens Co., he was a son of the late Paul Reldon Harris and the late Nettie Mae Reynolds Harris.

Joe was a member of Liberty Church of God of Prophecy and loved to go to church. After moving to Easley, Joe became a part of Lenhardt Christian Fellowship, a division of The Church of God of Prophecy. Joe loved his church family and enjoyed many activities that he was included to be a part.

Joe lived at West End Retirement Center for 15 years until going in the hospital in February of this year. He made many special friends there. Joe loved people, was friendly and made friends easily. He loved working with Better Skills, Inc., a nonprofit agency to assist individuals with disabilities and special needs. He also loved helping around his home, the retirement center.

Joel is survived by brothers, William E. Harris (Mildred), Kenneth R. Harris, and James A. Harris, all of Liberty; sisters, Doris H. Bennett (Ronnie) of Cottageville, SC, and Sandra H. Ford (Keith) of Easley; and sister-in-law, Callie Harris. Joe had a special relationship with several nephews and a niece, Cathy Bennett. He also had a special friend at the retirement center, Marion Gayle.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Clara Harris Tyras Finley; and brothers, Carl A. Harris and LeeRoy Harris.

Funeral services were held at Lenhardt Christian Fellowship.

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Published by The Sentinel-Progress from Oct. 23 to Oct. 24, 2021.
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Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown
305 West Main Street, Easley, SC
Lenhardt Christian Fellowship
223 Lenhardt Road, Easley, SC
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Joel was the dearest uncle on my father's side. He was proud of all his family and loved each and every one. I would go to the retirement home and play and sing for him. I would take him to the library and he would go up to perfect strangers even bragging about how I was his nice etc. He was the kindest sweetest human being ever.
Rena' Harris
October 18, 2021
So sorry for your loss, praying for you all. Cliff and Sandra Nabors
Sandra Nabors
October 15, 2021
To all the HARRIS FAMILY,Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your brother. i always enjoyed hunting with him and all of the family.May GOD comfort you all in these trying times,
October 14, 2021
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