MILO — Graveside services for Harry Ray Harris, 65, of Clemscott are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, at Milo Cemetery with the Rev. Jamie Griffin officiating. Services are under the care and direction of Alexander Funeral Home in Ratliff City.
Harry Ray Harris was born in Weatherford, Okla., to the late Virgil Clarence Harris and Mary M. (Lowery) Harris. He departed from this life on Feb. 20, 2017, in Plano, Texas.
Harry was raised in Weatherford. He joined the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, stationed in Germany. Harry served as a telecommunication wireman and mechanics. He was honorably discharged and thereafter married the former Sharon Butler on July 4, 1975, in Weatherford. They made their home in Clemscott in 1977 when Harry worked for Deans Well Service. Later he took employment with Southwest Paraffin. Harry loved to cook out, work with wood, go fishing and being with his kids and family. He was a member of the Graham Baptist Church, of the VFW and ODD Fellows.
He was preceded in death by his parents; eight brothers; and two sisters.
Harry is survived by his wife, Sharon of the home; daughters, Angela Denison and husband, Tommy of Houston and Janet Harris of Graham; son, LeRoy Harris and wife, Charity of Cleburne, Texas; grandchildren, Kalie and Aaron Schneider, Kaneisha Teel, Korton Teel, Karra and Nathan Aikens, Jesse and Brittnee Harris, Jesca Harris, and Jamarcus, Jordon and Jackson Harris; great-grandchildren, Raelyn and Kinzi Harris, Reiliegh Schneider, and many adopted; brother, Eugene Harris and wife, Rucinda of Weatherford; sister, Sandra Troxell and husband, Dan of Weatherford; and numerous other family and friends.
Honorary bearers will be Rudy Stewart, Don Mashore, Doug Hickman, John Wallis, Lynn Watkins, David Watkins, Paul Underwood  and Junior Murray.
A family visitation is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. this evening at Alexander Funeral Home in Ratliff City.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the National Kidney Foundation at www.kindney.org or American Heart Association at  www.heart.org.
Online condolences may be made at   www.alexanderfuneralhome.org.