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Charles Walter Harris

June 28, 1955 ~ May 26, 2021

Charles Walter Harris, 65, of Fort Pierce, Florida died May 26, 2021. Charles was born on June 28, 1955 on Long Island, New York, as the eldest son of 7 children, born to Jennie M. Harris and Walter H. Harris. Charles is survived by his sons; Robert Harris, 44, Richard Harris, 42 (married to Han Harris), and Stephen Harris, 37 (married to Gloria Harris) and grandson Nathan Harris,14. He leaves behind his father Walter Henry Harris and several siblings, sisters Judith, Kathleen, Nancy and Jennifer, and brother George. He was preceded in death by his Mother; Jennie Mae Harris and his brother; Walter Harris Jr.
Charlie, as he was known to family and friends, enjoyed a full life, attending East Islip schools and studying Engineering & Drafting at Suffolk Community College. Charles served in the United States Navy as a young man where he received the Good Conduct Award, Battle “E” Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal and M-16 Rifle Marksman Award. Charlie was particularly skilled at all things home improvement which served him well as a Drafter and Home Improvement Manager before his retirement. Charlie enjoyed music, boating, fishing and had a strong love for animals particularly for his dogs. Charlie was strong in his faith, and baptized at Christ Church in Lynbrook, NY.
Burial will be at the South Florida National Veteran’s Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to Millennium Services of Florida at website and Memorial Donations may be made to any animal advocacy organization or a charity of one’s choice.


Judith (Harris) Turner, sister

June 8, 2021, 10:26 pm

A Prayer for Charlie and Us:
O, my Lord, I praise You that You have received Charles to Yourself in glory for all eternity. I thank You that You have brought him to the knowledge of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Comfort all who mourn with the glorious hope of the resurrection and the life eternal. Grant us grace to say with a believing heart, “Thy will be done,” and to know that Your will is a good and gracious will, even in this present hour. Comfort us through Your Gospel, which promises strength to the troubled and weary. O Lord, forsake us not in this hour. Prepare us through Your Word and Sacrament for that day when You will call each of us to Yourself, that we may joyfully join the whole company of Heaven to live with You forever, for Jesus’ sake, we ask. Amen. ( Martin Luther: Book of Prayer: After a Death)

Virginia Angione

June 8, 2021, 11:07 pm

I am praying that you are at peace now and happily reunited with your Mom, Wally, Grandpa Fox, and my Dad – your Uncle Charlie. ❤


June 9, 2021, 11:56 pm

Brother. May the Love of the Lord embrace you. May your Mothers heart warm you. May your Brothers strength strengthen you.

Be at Peace Big Brother

Nancy Sweeney

June 10, 2021, 12:10 am

Brother. May our childhood memories bring you Joy.
May the LOVE of the Lord embrace you. May the HEART of your Mother warm you. May the STRENGTH of your Brother lift you.

Be at PEACE Big Brother

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