Johnnie Mack Harris
Funeral Date: 5/25/2013

Obituary:
Johnnie Mack Harris of Warren, AR. was born January 27, 1934 in Crossett, AR to the late Charlie Rogers and Willie Hampton Rogers. She departed her life on May 20th 2013 at her home. She was a devoted wife to the late Tommy Ray Harris whom she was married for 31 years, she confessed her life to Christ at an early age at Antioch Baptist Church in Johnsville, AR. She was a dedicated worker at Armstrong Robbins Sykes Flooring Plant for 33 years and she enjoyed fishing, gardening, dancing and being with her family. Also preceding her in death was two children, Jacqueline Harris and Bobby Ray Harris, 3 brothers, Charlie Rogers Jr, Richard Rogers and Louis Rogers. She leaves to cherish her memories, 2 daughters Annie Mae Clary (Robert), Warren and Mary Ann Harris, both of Warren. 3 sons, Johnny Ray Harris (Willie Mae) and Robert Lee Harris (Brenda) all of Fordyce, AR. Jessie Lee Harris, Riverside, MO. A step-daughter Glenn Williams (Willie) of Chicago, Ill. 5 sisters, Willie Mae Owens, Kansas City, KS,; Freddie Everett, Helen Butler, Stella McTyre and Shirley Patton (Charles) all of Warren, AR. A brother Henry Lee Rogers, Chicago, Ill. 13 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great children. A host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 10:00AM Saturday May 25th at St. James A.M.E. with Rev. Kent J. Broughton officiating assisted by Bro Herman Patton, pastor Lewis Newton, Pastor Eddie Hampton and Pastor Larry Hines. Providing music were Stephanie Farmer, Ronnie Blackman, Keiforne Clifton and Mattie Jackson. Interment was in Antioch Cemetery in Johnsville, AR. by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Bernarl Patton, James Roger, Carlton Harris, Zack Newton, Patrich Young and Eliguish Cooper. Honorary pallbearers were Michael Rogers, Kendrich Davis, Calvin Everrett, Patrich Patton and Donell Butler.

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Name: CATRENINIA YORK
Message: I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, MATT WILL BE TRULY MISSED.

Name: Teresa Hays
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