Memorial services for
Lillian Harris, 72, of Talent, Ore., who died May 1, 1990, at
an Ashland, Ore., care center, will be held Thursday, May 3 at
11 a.m. at the Sherwood Friends in Sherwood, Ore. Graveside
services will be held Tuesday, May 8 at 11 a.m. at the
Greenleaf Cemetery in Greenleaf, Idaho. Services are under
the direction of Per1 Funeral Home, Talent.
Mrs. Harris was born May 19, 1917, at St. Louis, Mich.
She was a graduate of Flint (Mich.) High School. She
attended Spring Arbor Junior College in Michigan for two years
and Pacific College, Seattle, for three years. She was
employed at Grays Harbor Community Hospital as a medical and
X-ray technician for many years. She married Louis A. Harris
April 5, 1951, at Hoquiam, Wash. They moved to Portland,
Ore., in 1952 where she worked as a laboratory technician in a
doctor's office for approximately seven years. They then
resided in Idaho where she worked as an X-ray technician at
Fink Clinic, Caldwell, for 17 years. She also worked for
Idaho State Hospital for many years as a technician until her
retirement in 1983. She attended Talent Friends Church and
enjoyed sewing and reading. They had been residents of Talent
since May 1989.
Survivors include her husband, Louis A. Harris of Talent;
two sons, Darrel Harris of Clay City, Ill., and. Keith Harris
of Soap Lake, Wash.; four daughters, Katharine Hart of
Olympia, Wash., Elizabeth Snyder of Sumner, Wash., and Lois
Smuck of Talent and June Kinnaman of Sumner; two sisters, Lois
Hockaday and Ellen Anderson, both of Palm Bay, Fla.; 24
grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne McIntyre, in
Memorials may be made to the Talent Friends Church, P.O.
Box 315, Talent, Ore. 97540.