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Margie Marietta Harris

Thursday, April 14, 2005

Born 10-10-1930 -- Died 4-04-2005

Margie Marietta Casper Harris, 74, of Strawberry, Ark., died April 4, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville.

Born Oct. 10, 1930, in Eaton, Ark., she was the daughter of Jesse Joseph and Sarah Mahala Ketner Casper.

She was a homemaker and had worked at Con Agra for 13 years and was of the Baptist faith.

Survivors include her husband, James D. Harris of the home; two sons -- Carrol David Harris of Cave City and Harold Dean Harris of Strawberry; two daughters -- Jeanette Turner of Cave City and Marietta Ann Harris of Poughkeepsie; a brother, Fred Casper of Walnut Ridge, three sisters, Cora Campbell of Walnut Ridge, Clara Wells of Eaton and Nadine Goodwin of Lynn; eight grandchildren -- James Turner of Cave City, Travis Turner of Charlotte, Amber Harris of Nashville, Tenn., Kylie Harris and Lexi Harris both of Walnut Ridge, Michael Harris of South Beloit, Wis., Morgan Harris of Strawberry, and Eric Huskey of Lynn; two step-grandchildren -- Katie Davis of Strawberry and Kelsi Garrett of Cave City; five great-grandchildren -- Hunter Davis of Strawberry, Whitney Turner, Hailey Turner and Lacey Turner all of Cave City and Blain Turner of Charlotte; several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; six brothers -- Roy Casper, Thurman Casper, L.D. Casper, Cecil Casper Truman Caster ad Albert Casper; three sisters -- Louise Casper Ethel Berry and Neave Berry and one granddaughter, Kesha Harris.

The funeral service was held April 7 at the Mountain View Missionary Baptist Church located east of Cave City with Bro. Ron Shipley and Bro. George Wright officiating.

Burial followed in the Ward Cemetery at Strawberry with arrangements under the direction of the Qualls Funeral Home of Cave City, Ark.

Pallbearers included James Turner, Travis Turner, Eric Huskey, Stevie Wells, Larry Wells, and Eric Davis.

Honorary pallbearers included Michael Harris, Dexter Hardin, Wesley Foushee, Maynard Richey, Marvin Kirby and Dennis Hardin.