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Connie Harris

By Dale Gathright, Jr., 07/2/24 2:37 PM


Ms. Connie A. Harris, 54, of McNab, Arkansas, passed away peacefully on the evening of Thursday, June 27, 2024, at her residence. She was a beloved, daughter, sister, mother, niece, aunt, and cousin. Most importantly she was a dedicated and faithful servant of the Gravel Hill Missionary Baptist Church of McNab, Arkansas.

Connie was born to the late Mr. Gulley Sims and Ms. Shelia Harris, February 3, 1970, at Lafayette County Memorial Hospital. She was a very private person who loved her family, and friends very much and always went above and beyond to make everyone she encountered feel special. She was a U.S. Army Veteran who fought for this country during the Gulf War in Saudi Arabia.

She was preceded in death by her biological father, Mr. Gulley Sims. Her paternal grandparents Mr. Earnest and Mrs. Lula Sims and her maternal grandparents, Mr. Johnny Harris and Ms. Doris Woodberry.

She is survived by her parents, Mr. Albert and Mrs. Shelia Jackson, the loves of her life, her two sons, Mr. Justin P. Harris and Mr. Brandon D. Harris, all of McNab, Arkansas. Her sister, Mrs. Shaunda (Glen) Scoggins of Texarkana, Arkansas. Her brother, Mr. Anthony (Cathy) Jackson of McNab, Arkansas. A host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who all loved her very much.

Her service will be held Saturday, July 6, 2024, at 11:00 A.M. at Union Missionary Baptist Church, 201 Towson Street, Fulton, AR 71838, where Pastor, Richard Black will serve as Officiant and Pastor James Conway will serve as Eulogist, under the direction of the Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Staff. There will be a public visitation at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Chapel; 415 East First Street; Stamps, Arkansas 71860, Friday July 5, 2024, from 11:00 A.M. until 3:30 P.M.

Interment will be immediately after her service at Harmony Cemetery; 537 Hwy 32 West; Saratoga, AR 71859, with Military Honors.

Masks are optional but highly recommended for the health, safety and well-being of those who will be in attendance.