Kathryn M. Kate Harris
Kathryn M. Kate Harris, 78, of Fraser died on Sunday Nov. 11, 2007 at the hospital in St. Marys, Ohio.She was born Aug.16, 1929 in Auglaize County, Ohio to Orval & Gertrude (Sheaks) Stoner.On July 28, 1946 in Covington, Ky., she married George William Bill Harris, who survives.She is also survived by son, Bob (Janey) Harris of Golden, daughter, Gloria (Tom West) Harris, of Menagha, Minn., son Ken (Terri) Harris of Longmont, son Greg (Jenny) Harris of Fraser, daughter Diana (Larry) Hausfeld of Coldwater, Ohio, and seven grandchildren: Darron (Karen) Harris, Kris Harris, Richard Harris, Rochelle (Jon) Gould, Stacey Harris, Heath (Trisha) Hobler and Jessica (Dwayne) Richmond, and one great-granddaughter Zoe Harris, sister Marie (Donald) Hegemier of Wapakoneta, Ohio, brother Pearl (Mary Alice) Stoner of Celina, Ohio, sister Nancy Sue (Jack) Griner of Paulding, Ohio, brother-in-law John Schultz of St. Marys, Ohio, sister-in-law Mary Alice Stoner of St. Marys, Ohio, brother-in-law Don Stevely of Madison, Ind.She is preceded in death by parents Orval and Gertrude Stoner, sister Gladys Schultz, brother Robert Stoner, sister Jenelle Stevely, sister and brother-in-law Mary Lou (Frank) Stuck.A homemaker and businesswoman, she assisted her family in the operation of the St. Marys Trucking Co. in St. Marys, Ohio and the Fraser Valley Ace Hardware Store in Fraser for many years. She was currently partnered with her husband in the operation of Harris Business Consulting.She enjoyed spending time with her family, baking cookies and traveling. Services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007, at the Miller Funeral Home (Ohio 703 West Chapel) in St. Marys, Ohio with the Rev. Keith Stuck officiating. Burial will follow at the Buckland Cemetery in Buckland, Ohio.Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and one hour prior to services on Thursday at the funeral home on Ohio 703 West.Condolences may be conveyed to the family via http://www.millerfuneralhomes.net.
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