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Wayne Dexter Harris

Born: Sat., Jun. 6, 1936
Died: Sun., Aug. 30, 2020

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Wayne D. Harris 84, of Acushnet passed away August 30, 2020 at Autumn Glen in Dartmouth.

He was the beloved husband of the late Lucille Marie (Hansmann) Harris.

Born in New Bedford he was the son of the late William John Harris and the late Florence (Counsel) Harris.

Wayne is survived by his children; his two sons; David Harris of Northbridge, Ma and Douglas Harris and his wife Robin of East Freetown. He is survived by his sister Daune Haskell and her husband Wayne of Hanson and he was predeceased by his brother the late William Harris. Wayne was also the proud granfather to his 3 grandchildren; Leigh Zimmer, Eryn Harris and Asher Harris and his five great grandchildren; Liam Zimmer, Greyson Zimmer, Nash Zimmer, Graham Zimmer and Sloan Hansmann. A special thanks for all her help, goes to to a dear and amazing friend and caregiver; Nancy Correira of Acushnet.

Wayne was a veteran of the United States Army and served his Country proudly. He and his wife Lucille loved square dancing, skiing, and traveling to 16 Countries including the Serenghetti in Africa.

Due to Covid-19 guidelines, his funeral service will be private.



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Tami Harris
   Posted Thu September 03, 2020
You are forever in my heart, dad and I look forward to our next dance in heaven. Rest in peace. (Tami)

Kym & Dave Welty
   Posted Fri September 04, 2020
Wayne will be missed by us and all the volunteers at the Shepherds Pantry. His smile and sense of humor were one of a kind. Sending our thoughts and prayers to his family.

Jennifer Levasseur
   Posted Wed September 09, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with Wayne’s family. We worked with Wayne at the food pantry. We enjoyed working with him and hearing all of his stories. He will be missed.

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