Robert Roy Harris, 65, died April 12, 2020, at Cleveland Clinic Hospital in Port Saint Lucie, FL. He was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and moved to Florida in 1978.
An avid fisherman, he remained along the Treasure Coast, raising his family near the ocean and spending much of his free time relaxing on the water. He began his career as an apprentice Carpenter before establishing himself as a Master Electrician. He owned and operated his own business, Treasure Coast Electric, for 33 years.
He is survived by his daughters, Nicole Harris of Chicago, Illinois, Alexis Harris of Verona, Wisconsin, and Amber Harris of Valdosta, Georgia; mother, Phyllis Harris of Brownstown, Michigan; brother, Ed Harris of Brownstown, Michigan; sister, Cheryl Krygier of Riverview, Michigan. He will be remembered for his love of adventure, unwavering work ethic and curiosity, and his ability to tell a great story.
Cremation Services performed by Millennium Cremation Service in Port St. Lucie.
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