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Harris, Helen B.

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July 24, 1934 - June 3, 2014

Harris, Helen B.

In loving memory of Helen Brunson Harris who went home to be with her Heavenly Father on June 3, 2014. Helen Louise Brunson was born on July 24, 1934 in Dallas, TX to parents Eula Opal Brunson and Wayne Brunson.  She grew up in Oak Cliff and attended Sunset High School in Dallas, TX.  After a 30-year career with American Airlines, she retired in 1996.  She was a kind and giving person and an absolute pleasure to everyone she came in contact with. She was an active member of her homeowners’ association, loved animals and eating at Luby’s and attended Oak Lawn Methodist Church.  She is survived by 1 daughter, Keri Harris of Dallas, TX and 2 sisters, Evelyn Brewer of Lancaster, TX and Peggy Veno of Irving, TX.

A memorial service will be held to honor her life on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Aria Memorial Chapel in Dallas, TX.

Arrangements are under the direction of

ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 752525
214-306-6700

 

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Joan Hoffman

June 10, 2014 2:50PM

My Condolences to Helen Harris's
family. I worked in the CTO's with Helen at the Marriott on Coit & LBJ.
She will be missed by all of us.
She is at home now, no pain.
We love you, Helen.


Larry Pettit

June 10, 2014 12:52PM

Helen (aka Oda May) you always made me laugh! Larry


Theresa Lumbers

June 08, 2014 9:31PM

Helen was a loving proud dedicated Mother for Keri. We all watched Keri grow up through those years at AA. Helen was fun loving worker and friend. Will miss our sisterly chats served with morning coffee and maybe a cig or two. She also was a cheerful friend to many of her returning AA customers. But she was also a friend to the 'street people' who frequented our downtown Baker and Adolphus offices. Helen always treated them with respect just a friend. She lived her faith without preaching it. A few thought they were their 2nd 'Mother'. I always miss our morning coffee, cigs and chats.... mixed with laughter. I know that she is now sharing 'soul time' with those gone on before us.... Jay Wiles, Barbara Bosaw, Carol Gonzales and Ed Mackey.
May the love of God and His Angels forever surround you, Theresa