Margaret DeLynn Harris Nov 10, 1926 – Aug 26, 2019

Margaret DeLynn HarrisDeLynn Harris was born November 10, 1926, in Davidson, Oklahoma, to Lester Lafeyette and Elsie Lee Ethridge Dickerson. She died Monday, August 26, 2019, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the age of 92 years. DeLynn completed her secondary education in Hennessey, Oklahoma, and was a graduate of Hennessey High School. She was married in September of 1945, in Oklahoma, to Arthur S. Harris. They had made their home in Collinsville, Oklahoma, since 1972. DeLynn worked several jobs through out her career beginning with Gold Spot Dairy, T.G.&Y., C.R. Anthony’s, mostly as an administrative assistant. She enjoyed a variety of pastimes including crocheting, cross stitching, and making dolls. She also enjoyed birdwatching and playing card games with her friends. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and was especially fond of her role as “Nana” and “Grandnana”.
Those she leaves behind who hold many cherished memories include:
Daughter; Susanne Harris, of Oklahoma, City, Oklahoma
Son and daughter-in-law; David and Pam Harris, of Sperry, Oklahoma
Grandchildren; David Treadwell, Jr., and wife Courtney, of Burleson, Texas
Dee Dee Bennett and husband Jordan, of Burleson, Texas
Mindy Laster and husband Kenneth Laster III, of Collinsville, Oklahoma
Alec Harris, of Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma
Great grandchildren; Amarie Bennett and Kenneth Laster IV
Two sisters; Joyce Goerz, of Richardson, Texas
Anita Travis, of Tulsa, Oklahoma
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Arthur Harris, daughter, Janeeta Fisher, sister, Frances Hanna, and two brothers, Gervis Dickerson, and Derryl Dickerson
Funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, August 31, 2019, at the Mowery Funeral Service Chapel in Owasso with Pastor Matt Fowler officiating. The family will receive friends and a time of viewing one hour prior to service time. Final resting place will be Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Arrangements and services were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso.

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