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William Whitmarsh Harris

West Point, 1955

Be Thou At Peace

Posted by West Point 1955 on October 5, 2018:

William Whitmarsh Harris, Jr.

Bill Harris Jr., 81 of Severna Park, passed away on November 3, 2014. Bill, beloved husband of Judy Harris of 58 years died of natural causes. Bill is survived by Judy, his children and their spouses - Bill and his wife Vickie, Steve and his wife Linda, Cindy Love, Dave and his wife Juli, Barb, Debbie Compere and her husband Dave, their 11 grandchildren and a great-grand-daughter.

Bill was a graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, Class of 55 and served as a Pilot in the US Air Force. Following his military service Bill worked for many years in the private sector, and as President of W.W Harris and Associates. Bill was involved in many organizations to include the Military Order of the Carabao where he managed the organization for 30 years as the "Main Guy" Carabao. Bill also served as President of the Baltimore Holy Name Society and later as President of the National Holy Name. He spent a great deal of his spare time supporting many ministries at Our Lady of the Fields Church in Millersville, MD.

Bill was a very proud Father,grandfather and recently great grandfather. He will be missed by many.

Interment at Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church Cemetery in Millersville MD.

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