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Marjorie Jean Harris (Davis), 69, of San Tan Valley, AZ, formerly of Mesa and Toledo, Ohio, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, after a courageous battle with a long-term illness.  She was born on September 6, 1951 in Toledo, Ohio.  Margie will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandma, ya-ya, sister, aunt, and loving friend.  She was fierce – a protector of family and friend alike.  She worked hard during her life, including working in a variety of administrative positions with several local and national corporations.  Most importantly, she was a kind and generous mother and grandmother.  She was known for loudly cheering her family in their endeavors and helping her family with the variety of challenges of life.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter Anne, her son James, her twin sister, Robbie, and three brothers.

Her memory will be lovingly cherished by her husband of 49 years, Phillip, Sr.; daughter, Christine; sons, Phillip, Jr. (Gerri), Lance (Michelle), and Blake; grandchildren, Sylvia, Anastasia, Brandon, Byron, Johnathan, Mathew, Tyerah, Hayley, Amaya, Lance, Jr., Phillip, III, Devinn, and Zurri; eight great-grandchildren; sisters, Patricia Furr, Denise Baker and Lucille Keyes; brother, Richard; as well as countless nieces, nephews and friends.

The family wishes to thank Hospice of the Valley and her other caregivers for their care and support during Margie’s last days.  In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hospice of the Valley.  A virtual service and later memorial will be held in the near future.

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8 responses to “Marjorie Jean Harris Obituary”

  1. Pearl Harris says:

    Heartfelt condolences going out to the Harris and Davis Families. May comfort and peace be yours as we remember Margie’s love for us all. Many Blessings! ❤🙏🏽❤

  2. Kelly Wyatt says:

    Am so very sorry too know this woman has moved on and gone home . I spent so much time growing up at the Harris home as a girl that she was another mother of my sisters and brothers that I didn’t have I remember going too all the baseball games being dropped off to go swimming having dinner at the house and countless 🎥 nights with half the teenagers that called the Harris house home she was always doing something interesting and had no problem getting in on the jokes that her son Jimmy was dishing out . You will alway be remembered as a loving mother a devoted sister and my mother from another mother with all my love your other daughter Kelly Wyatt .

  3. Phyllis Barnes says:

    My heart is heavy this was childhood friend we grew up together. Rest in the arms of the lord. Praying for family.

  4. Becky Frank says:

    To all of the Harris and Davis family members. I’m so sad to hear of Margie’s passing. She was a great lady. I remember spending many a night at Varian monthends working late and eating at Denny’s. She and Robbie were the best babysitters that my daughter Jenny ever had and I will be forever grateful. Please include me when you make arrangements for a service as I would like to pay my respects. Becky

  5. Teri (Leinen) Dunnavant says:

    Margie was a very special woman. We all loved her at our Varian work home. She was everyone’s Mom, sister, aunt, friend…whatever a person needed. Heaven truly has gained a special soul. Give Robbie a big old hug for us. Thank you to Margie’s family… for sharing her with us for so long. You will all be in my prayers. May God give you peace as you hold all of those wonderful memories.

  6. thomas adams says:

    loved working with Margie such an awesome lady and friend.

  7. Sharon McAlister Collier says:

    After my grief of her passing.I can now smile and laugh about the times she was involve in my life .My memories of her will keep a smile on my face,for the rest of my life when I think of her..Love you Marjorie

  8. Phyllis Barnes says:

    My heart is sad but I am also glad that you are with your love ones that left before you god only takes the best of us you was already missed because you moved rest you are no longer sick Brenda Barnes

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Marjorie Jean Harris Obituary


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Marjorie Jean Harris (Davis), 69, of San Tan Valley, AZ, formerly of Mesa and Toledo, Ohio, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, after a courageous battle with a long-term illness.  She was born on September 6, 1951 in Toledo, Ohio.  Margie will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandma, ya-ya, sister, aunt, and loving friend.  She was fierce – a protector of family and friend alike.  She worked hard during her life, including working in a variety of administrative positions with several local and national corporations.  Most importantly, she was a kind and generous mother and grandmother.  She was known for loudly cheering her family in their endeavors and helping her family with the variety of challenges of life.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter Anne, her son James, her twin sister, Robbie, and three brothers.

Her memory will be lovingly cherished by her husband of 49 years, Phillip, Sr.; daughter, Christine; sons, Phillip, Jr. (Gerri), Lance (Michelle), and Blake; grandchildren, Sylvia, Anastasia, Brandon, Byron, Johnathan, Mathew, Tyerah, Hayley, Amaya, Lance, Jr., Phillip, III, Devinn, and Zurri; eight great-grandchildren; sisters, Patricia Furr, Denise Baker and Lucille Keyes; brother, Richard; as well as countless nieces, nephews and friends.

The family wishes to thank Hospice of the Valley and her other caregivers for their care and support during Margie’s last days.  In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hospice of the Valley.  A virtual service and later memorial will be held in the near future.

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8 responses to “Marjorie Jean Harris Obituary”

  1. Pearl Harris says:

    Heartfelt condolences going out to the Harris and Davis Families. May comfort and peace be yours as we remember Margie’s love for us all. Many Blessings! ❤🙏🏽❤

  2. Kelly Wyatt says:

    Am so very sorry too know this woman has moved on and gone home . I spent so much time growing up at the Harris home as a girl that she was another mother of my sisters and brothers that I didn’t have I remember going too all the baseball games being dropped off to go swimming having dinner at the house and countless 🎥 nights with half the teenagers that called the Harris house home she was always doing something interesting and had no problem getting in on the jokes that her son Jimmy was dishing out . You will alway be remembered as a loving mother a devoted sister and my mother from another mother with all my love your other daughter Kelly Wyatt .

  3. Phyllis Barnes says:

    My heart is heavy this was childhood friend we grew up together. Rest in the arms of the lord. Praying for family.

  4. Becky Frank says:

    To all of the Harris and Davis family members. I’m so sad to hear of Margie’s passing. She was a great lady. I remember spending many a night at Varian monthends working late and eating at Denny’s. She and Robbie were the best babysitters that my daughter Jenny ever had and I will be forever grateful. Please include me when you make arrangements for a service as I would like to pay my respects. Becky

  5. Teri (Leinen) Dunnavant says:

    Margie was a very special woman. We all loved her at our Varian work home. She was everyone’s Mom, sister, aunt, friend…whatever a person needed. Heaven truly has gained a special soul. Give Robbie a big old hug for us. Thank you to Margie’s family… for sharing her with us for so long. You will all be in my prayers. May God give you peace as you hold all of those wonderful memories.

  6. thomas adams says:

    loved working with Margie such an awesome lady and friend.

  7. Sharon McAlister Collier says:

    After my grief of her passing.I can now smile and laugh about the times she was involve in my life .My memories of her will keep a smile on my face,for the rest of my life when I think of her..Love you Marjorie

  8. Phyllis Barnes says:

    My heart is sad but I am also glad that you are with your love ones that left before you god only takes the best of us you was already missed because you moved rest you are no longer sick Brenda Barnes

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