Anna Dell Harris
Anna Dell was born on December 19, 1929 to the late Jesse Alphonso Bean and Effie Jane Satterfield in Kasper, Wyoming. Her Christian life began at an early age and she accepted Christ under the leadership of the Late Rev. Greg of Faith Chapel in La Mesa, California where she served in the choir. Upon relocating to Las Vegas, she united with Abundant Grace under the leadership of Pastor Rob Wright where she served in the choir and in various organizations until her health declined. She remained a faithful member, walking a daily path with the Lord.
Anna Dell graduated from Natrona County High School in 1948. She married soon after high school and became a housewife. She later began working various jobs to help provide for her children and ended up working at the Mount Laguna Air Force Station, where she retired on disability in 1979. She and Leo Harris met and fell in love in 1971 and they married on her birthday in 1980.
Anna Dell enjoyed arts and crafts such as knitting, quilting, and making greeting cards. She especially enjoyed traveling to Oregon each year to visit her family and did so until her health declined. She loved her husband and was thankful to God for him and really appreciated how he took care of her.
Anna Dell leaves to cherish her memory her husband of 40 years, Leo Harris; daughter Lynette Terry of Bend, OR; two sons, Robert Terry (Cindy) of Eugene, OR and Greg Elliott (Susie) of El Cajon, CA; step-daughter, Beverly Riggans (Stanley) of Houston, TX; Brother in law, Truman Hopkins of Las Vegas, NV, Sisters in la, Shirley Davis (Henry), Ruth Hartwell, Elizabeth Eason and Joyce Windbush of Las Vegas, NV; Grandsons, Socrates Haddox (Tina) of Phoenix, AZ, John Terry (Harmony) of Eugene, OR and Tyler Elliott of CA; Granddaughter, Cheryl Morris (Duane) of Kamiah. IA; a step grandson, William Riggans of Houston, TX; two great granddaughters, Alexis Morris and Addie Haddox; two great grandsons, Aristotle Haddox and Colt Morris; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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