C.L. Harris was born February 4, 1947, in Stamford, Texas, to Reverend M.H. and Edna Harris. He was the 13th child born out of 14.
C.L. passed at the age of 73. God decided it was time to go to his Heavenly Home on Saturday, April 4, 2020, which was also the birthday of his late wife JoAnn.
C.L. was a well-known carpenter in the Brazos Valley, Dallas, Texas, and Lawton Oklahoma areas. He built several churches and houses in Brazos Valley.
He was a graduate of Kemp High School in 1965.
C.L. is survived by one son, Virgil Harris (Cami) of San Antonio, Texas; Three daughters, Patricia Harris-Washington, Charlotte Harris Thompson (Melvin), and Tina Hawkins (Elvis), all of Bryan, Texas; Twelve grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Betty Patterson of Odessa, Texas, Herlene Jones of Bryan, Texas; two brothers, Edward Harris of Lawton, Oklahoma, and Clois Harris Sr. of Bryan, Texas; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.
C.L. was a fighter and was able to ring the CANCER BELL.
Special Thanks to his brother Clois Harris Sr.; his friends, Barry and Craig Williams, Donal and Johnnie Mae Harris, and Hillier Funeral Home of Bryan.