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Faye Evelyn Harris, passed away on March 12, 2008 in Walden, CO. She was born March 2, 1928 on a farm near Fowler, Colorado. Her parents were Henry Cecil White and Ruth L. (Carroll) White.

She attended schools in Fowler and Colorado Springs with her two sisters, Betty Jo and Janie. The family moved to the Denver area where she attended and graduated from Westminster High School in 1946. Faye attended the University of Northern Colorado for a year. She met her future husband, Earl M. Harris, in Denver. They were married March 2, 1948.

They made their home in Walden, Colorado for the next 60 years and ten days, at the time of her death. To this union were born four children, two sons and twin daughters.. She was a secretary for North Park Transportation for several years and raised her children at the same time. She was a very talented artist, and particularly loved to china paint. She also painted with oils on canvas and watercolors. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed nature. Her favorite flowers were roses, both wild and cultured, and Ice Land Poppies. As recently as last year, she included being a published author (Fence Post) as one of her many talents, writing short stories about her family and events while growing up in Colorado.

Family and all others that knew her sadly miss her. Her survivors include: her husband, Earl M. Harris. Her children: Gary Frazier, Glen Alan (Verna), Karen Sue, Kathy Lynn, four grand children, Tiffany Sue Harris, Jason Lee (Rachel) Slane, Clinton Alan (Jessica) Harris, Cory Franer (Cassie) Slane. She has two great-grand children, Gabriel Conor and Honour Aislinn Harris, her sisters, Betty Jo (Gale) Day and Jane (Dwan) Witt, and many loving nieces and nephews and their children. Her parents and her daughter-in-law, Darlene Harris preceded her in death.

Faye Evelyn Harris, passed away on March 12, 2008 in Walden, CO. She was born March 2, 1928 on a farm near Fowler, Colorado. Her parents were Henry Cecil White and Ruth L. (Carroll) White.

She attended schools in Fowler and Colorado Springs with her two sisters, Betty Jo and Janie. The family moved to the Denver area where she attended and graduated from Westminster High School in 1946. Faye attended the University of Northern Colorado for a year. She met her future husband, Earl M. Harris, in Denver. They were married March 2, 1948.

They made their home in Walden, Colorado for the next 60 years and ten days, at the time of her death. To this union were born four children, two sons and twin daughters.. She was a secretary for North Park Transportation for several years and raised her children at the same time. She was a very talented artist, and particularly loved to china paint. She also painted with oils on canvas and watercolors. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed nature. Her favorite flowers were roses, both wild and cultured, and Ice Land Poppies. As recently as last year, she included being a published author (Fence Post) as one of her many talents, writing short stories about her family and events while growing up in Colorado.

Family and all others that knew her sadly miss her. Her survivors include: her husband, Earl M. Harris. Her children: Gary Frazier, Glen Alan (Verna), Karen Sue, Kathy Lynn, four grand children, Tiffany Sue Harris, Jason Lee (Rachel) Slane, Clinton Alan (Jessica) Harris, Cory Franer (Cassie) Slane. She has two great-grand children, Gabriel Conor and Honour Aislinn Harris, her sisters, Betty Jo (Gale) Day and Jane (Dwan) Witt, and many loving nieces and nephews and their children. Her parents and her daughter-in-law, Darlene Harris preceded her in death.

Faye Evelyn Harris, passed away on March 12, 2008 in Walden, CO. She was born March 2, 1928 on a farm near Fowler, Colorado. Her parents were Henry Cecil White and Ruth L. (Carroll) White.

She attended schools in Fowler and Colorado Springs with her two sisters, Betty Jo and Janie. The family moved to the Denver area where she attended and graduated from Westminster High School in 1946. Faye attended the University of Northern Colorado for a year. She met her future husband, Earl M. Harris, in Denver. They were married March 2, 1948.

They made their home in Walden, Colorado for the next 60 years and ten days, at the time of her death. To this union were born four children, two sons and twin daughters.. She was a secretary for North Park Transportation for several years and raised her children at the same time. She was a very talented artist, and particularly loved to china paint. She also painted with oils on canvas and watercolors. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed nature. Her favorite flowers were roses, both wild and cultured, and Ice Land Poppies. As recently as last year, she included being a published author (Fence Post) as one of her many talents, writing short stories about her family and events while growing up in Colorado.

Family and all others that knew her sadly miss her. Her survivors include: her husband, Earl M. Harris. Her children: Gary Frazier, Glen Alan (Verna), Karen Sue, Kathy Lynn, four grand children, Tiffany Sue Harris, Jason Lee (Rachel) Slane, Clinton Alan (Jessica) Harris, Cory Franer (Cassie) Slane. She has two great-grand children, Gabriel Conor and Honour Aislinn Harris, her sisters, Betty Jo (Gale) Day and Jane (Dwan) Witt, and many loving nieces and nephews and their children. Her parents and her daughter-in-law, Darlene Harris preceded her in death.

Faye Evelyn Harris, passed away on March 12, 2008 in Walden, CO. She was born March 2, 1928 on a farm near Fowler, Colorado. Her parents were Henry Cecil White and Ruth L. (Carroll) White.

She attended schools in Fowler and Colorado Springs with her two sisters, Betty Jo and Janie. The family moved to the Denver area where she attended and graduated from Westminster High School in 1946. Faye attended the University of Northern Colorado for a year. She met her future husband, Earl M. Harris, in Denver. They were married March 2, 1948.

They made their home in Walden, Colorado for the next 60 years and ten days, at the time of her death. To this union were born four children, two sons and twin daughters.. She was a secretary for North Park Transportation for several years and raised her children at the same time. She was a very talented artist, and particularly loved to china paint. She also painted with oils on canvas and watercolors. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed nature. Her favorite flowers were roses, both wild and cultured, and Ice Land Poppies. As recently as last year, she included being a published author (Fence Post) as one of her many talents, writing short stories about her family and events while growing up in Colorado.

Family and all others that knew her sadly miss her. Her survivors include: her husband, Earl M. Harris. Her children: Gary Frazier, Glen Alan (Verna), Karen Sue, Kathy Lynn, four grand children, Tiffany Sue Harris, Jason Lee (Rachel) Slane, Clinton Alan (Jessica) Harris, Cory Franer (Cassie) Slane. She has two great-grand children, Gabriel Conor and Honour Aislinn Harris, her sisters, Betty Jo (Gale) Day and Jane (Dwan) Witt, and many loving nieces and nephews and their children. Her parents and her daughter-in-law, Darlene Harris preceded her in death.


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