Fletcher Harris

 J. Fletcher Harris
1947 - 2022
It is with great sadness that the Harris family announces the passing of our angel Fletcher. He was loved and respected by all who knew him.
Fletcher leaves behind his wife Margaret, his daughter Tanya, his son Jeff, and his sister Lois.
A private Service will be held.
Memorial donations to Sakura House in Woodstock are appreciated and may be made directly, or (by cheque) through Wareing Cremation Services, 346 Simcoe Street, Tillsonburg, Ontario N4G 2J8 who have been entrusted with final arrangements.
Your messages or remembrance and condolence may be shared here at wareingcremation.ca

 

 

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  • Condolences to you and family. I had worked with Fletcher as a co-supervisor at IMT. He was a nice guy to work with.

    Paul Lileikis
  • Our deepest sympathy and condolence to Margaret and family, on the loss of Fletcher. Margaret no words can explain the sadness at this time of hardship. The photo of Jesus Christ, our Saviour, that you gave to me at St. John’s Anglican Church, was framed and on my office wall. Lee and I have said a prayer to him that Fletcher rest in peace. God Bless his soul. Lee & Paul B. Woods

    Paul & Lee Woods
  • Our deepest sympathy and condolence to Margaret and family, on the loss of Fletcher. Margaret no words can explain the sadness at this time of hardship. The photo of Jesus Christ, our Saviour, that you gave to me at St. John’s Anglican Church, was framed and on my office wall. Lee and I have said a prayer to him that Fletcher rest in peace. God Bless his soul. Lee & Paul B. Woods

    Paul & Lee Woods
  • A big guy, both in stature and in personality. I worked with Fletch in the research lab as I started my first job. Because of that outgoing personality, he seemed to know everybody and was the custodian of information that significantly eased my way along. I fondly remember his work ethic, along with a six pack of some sort of cola, and a package of cigarettes nearby (those were the days). One of the treasures that grew from his friendship was an introduction to Marg, whose artistic talents continue to brighten the walls of our home.
    Please accept our condolences on his passing

    Fred.

    Fred MacLachlan
  • My condolences on Fletcher’s passing. I worked and hunted with Fletch and always enjoyed his company and sense of humour. He will be remembered.

    BRYAN NICHOLS
  • My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

    Fran Chaloner
  • I’m so sorry about Fletch. I enjoyed working with him over the years at KTN. He was a great man and will be so missed.

    Lisa Dale
  • we are so sorry to hear of Fletcher’s passing xo. Our sincerest condolences to Margaret, Tonya, Jeff and Lois.

    Debra and Ron Pattyn

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