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Harris, Nancy November 29, 1934 - December 26, 2022

Memorial Service

Friday, January 27, 2023

12:00 PM

First Baptist Church, El Dorado Springs

Memorial Contributions

El Dorado Springs Senior Center

Nancy Ann (Miller) Harris was born November 29, 1934 in El Dorado Springs, Missouri to James and Annetta (Burrus) Miller. She had one brother, Eddie, and two sisters, Donna and Mary.
Nancy attended El Dorado Springs High School and graduated in the class of 1952. Nancy married Ernest “Ernie” Harris on December 24, 1953. They had three sons: Terry, Steve, and Fred and lived in El Dorado Springs, Missouri. Nancy was an avid bowler at the El Dorado Lanes, that was owned by her sister Donna and her family. Nancy worked as a bookkeeper at Fugate Motors for many years.
Nancy was very active in the community. After retirement, she was a member of the Hospital Auxiliary and volunteered regularly. She was also a member of the bridge club, red hat ladies, and a long-time member of First Baptist Church.
Nancy was beloved by her family, and remembered for her sense of humor, love of coffee and Christmas, and her crafting skills.
Nancy is survived by her sisters Donna and Mary, three sons Terry, Steve, and Fred, and numerous nieces and nephews she loved dearly including niece, Lisa Otto. She is also survived by her four grandchildren Brandi VanAntwerp and husband Rick, Sean Harris, Ben Harris, and Lydia Pearson and husband Tyler; and three great-grandsons RJ and Leo VanAntwerp, and Brody Pearson.
Nancy passed away peacefully the morning of December 26, 2022. The family feels this is a fitting time to go, as Christmas Eve was her wedding anniversary with her lifelong love, Ernie. We all imagine the lovebirds are happy to be reunited.


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    Joe & Doris Norval says

    So sorry for your loss, Nancy & Ernie were both very special to us. Our Prayers are for the family.

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    Marla lambrecht says

    So sorry to hear this. She was a great lady and fun to bowl with. Prayers for strength and comfort during this difficult time

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    April Burchett says

    My deepest condolences for your loss. She was such a sweetheart. I got to know Nancy several years back when I worked at the hospital and she volunteered there. She was such a joy to visit with. I changed jobs a few years ago, but have thought about her often since then. She always spoke fondly of Ernie and I’m sure they are together once again.

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