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IN MEMORIAM: ‘Wint’ Harris, 67;

Lifelong Dairy Farmer In Morris 

MORRIS – Winston Y “Wint” Harris, Jr. 67, of Morris, a lifelong farmer, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, at the home of his sister.

Wint was born in New Berlin on Nov. 15, 1950, the son of the late Winston and Charlotte Docker Harris.

Wint spent his entire life in Morris. He was a graduate of Morris Central School, and was a life long dairy farmer.

He is survived by twin sons, John H. Harris,  stationed in Tulsa, Okla., and David Y. Harris and wife Kimberly, currently stationed in Guam with their four children, Kierstyn, Zachery, Trigg, and Sawyer.   Heather Slater, step-daughter, currently residing in Pittsburgh, Pa., and her son, Matthew Santerre. He is also survived by four siblings, Winifred Talbot, William (Diane) Harris, Barbara (Ron) Parker and Alan (Wendy) Johnson. Wint is also survived by many nieces and nephews and cousins.

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In addition to his parents, he was also pre-deceased by his brother-in-law Thomas Talbot.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, at  the Delker & Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston, with Pastor Timothy Miller of Light Walkers Baptist Church of Morris officiating. Spring interment will be in Hillington Cemetery, Morris. Calling hours will be1-2- p.m. prior to services at the funeral home.



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