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Kathy Jean Harrison

June 8, 1951 – March 18, 2021


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Kathy Jean Harrison passed away on March 18, 2021. Kathy lived a fulfilling life as a mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. Kathy is survived by her daughter, Shannon Butcher (her husband, Brian); grandsons, Ross, Dominic and Carter; her mother, Phyllis Harrison; her brothers, Ted Harrison (his wife, Patty), Mike Harrison, Steve Harrison and her sister, Karen Brown (her husband, David) as well as many nieces and nephews. Though Kathy was born in Minnesota, she lived in Arizona for most of her adult life and was an integral part of the growth of Phoenix having worked for the local telephone company for 36 years. As those who knew her, understood Kathy’s love was for her family and friends and would understand that Kathy hated to be fussed over and would rather give than receive. To honor her character, and in lieu of a formal funeral service, we ask that all who wish to participate, donate to www.hushabyenursery.org in Kathy’s name.

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Kathy Jean Harrison

June 8, 1951 – March 18, 2021


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Kathy Jean Harrison passed away on March 18, 2021. Kathy lived a fulfilling life as a mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. Kathy is survived by her daughter, Shannon Butcher (her husband, Brian); grandsons, Ross, Dominic and Carter; her mother, Phyllis Harrison; her brothers, Ted Harrison (his wife, Patty), Mike Harrison, Steve Harrison and her sister, Karen Brown (her husband, David) as well as many nieces and nephews. Though Kathy was born in Minnesota, she lived in Arizona for most of her adult life and was an integral part of the growth of Phoenix having worked for the local telephone company for 36 years. As those who knew her, understood Kathy’s love was for her family and friends and would understand that Kathy hated to be fussed over and would rather give than receive. To honor her character, and in lieu of a formal funeral service, we ask that all who wish to participate, donate to www.hushabyenursery.org in Kathy’s name.

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