Moss Service Funeral Home

1901 2nd Ave North West, Cullman, AL


Jackie Euell Harris

September 1, 1941June 30, 2020

Memorial services for Jackie Euell Harris, 78, of Hartselle, will be held at 2pm Friday July 17, 2020 at Welti Cumberland Presbyterian Church, with Brother Jimmy Peyton officiating. Moss Service Funeral Home assisting the family.

Jackie passed away peacefully at home on June 30, 2020. He was born September 1, 1941 in the old Alvin Harris home in Welti community in Cullman, AL, to Euell Harris and Katherine Mann Harris.

He served in the United States Army for twenty two years retiring as a SFC and then worked as an Expeditor for the Anchorage School District in Anchorage, Alaska for fifteen years. He was also a longtime member of the American Legion, Am Vets, the Anchorage Moose Lodge where he served as a Treasurer, Governor, and past Governor and he was active in the Brewer's Lion Club as Treasurer.

He was preceded in death by his father and mother.

He is survived by his wife Madene Shedd Harris and his sons Jackie Euell Harris Jr (Sandra) and George Brian Harris, his brother Johnny R Harris (Gay Dean) and his nephew Kevin R Harris (Elisa) and niece Kristie Smith. And one granddaughter Ashley Harris.

And a host of nieces and nephews of the Shedd family from Madene's family.


  • Memorial Service

    Friday, July 17, 2020


Jackie Euell Harris

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Port Buoy

July 29, 2020

Jack yòu were a true mate.Ifirst met you in 2006 on the Poker Stars table,when I seen your picture of you on the Massie Ferguson I knew we were in for a fun game.R.I.P. My friend I will never forget you.Regards to your family.

Pet Schandl

July 12, 2020

We had alot of fun together. You've always been a kind buddy to me & others. It has been a long battle you had to fight . But I never heard you whining. You've been a brave man "Jack's". May the angels welcome you with a "Royal Flush". God bless your family & friends. I won't forget you my poker bud

Russ MudDog750

July 11, 2020

I met Jack in 2013 on Poker online. One of the great man I ever met. I've Alway help him him in play chips. I wouldn't ask for return. Not once.
In 2014 I met him n his wonderful wife Dean. I will never forget their warm welcome. I had the pleasure to watch Bama football n nascar race with him. Also fishing at his ponds. It was wonderful time. I will miss you pal! Hold a chair in poker for me when I see you again. RIP pal n I love you.

Tim Bmbrs65

July 9, 2020

I met Jack close to 10 years ago on Poker Stars and we became instant friends there. Jack was a true Southern Gentleman with a true heart and a great sense of humor . I always had nothing but great respect for you my friend. I appreciate your service to your Country and your time here with us all. My sincere condolences to your family and friends. You will be missed but never forgotten. God Bless Bud.....

Wayne Maxwell

July 8, 2020

I meet Jack on the poker site as well. Jack was quite a character with so many quick comments that would give so many a grin and a laugh. Jack had to have been Alabamas number one fan. He would always text me with a count down till game time, Roll Tide Roll ! Such a good man, proud husband, father, and veteran. My condolences to Madean and your sons, family, and host of friends. We miss you, but never forget you my friend.

dianne mckane

July 8, 2020

in 2013 I had the greatest pleasure to meet jack while playing poker he was funny witty great sense of humor we hit of almost straight away except for his cheat book which reminds me he never told any one where its hidden then in 2014 i got to meet him and dean on my trip to america him in his aussie hat and him giving me one of his most treasured bama caps which i still have . i could never repay the hospitality they both showed me jack you are 1 in a million i'm going to miss you my friend .
i'm sure you and Angie are having a blast hold a spot for all of us one day we all play poker together again in the clouds
R.I.P Jack you earned your wings my friend condolences to dean and the rest of the family love and best wishes Di (Australia )

Patrick Colton

July 8, 2020

Oh me sweet pal Jack

Tho it was just online, you were such an amazing friend who never allowed what you were going thru to affect how you treated all who came into contact with you. My prayers are with your family, who I know you loved beyond words. You will be missed terribly me pal, but you will never be forgotten. Fly with the angels pal!


July 8, 2020

Rest in peace my poker friend. I always admired and respected you and considered you my friend. Put on those wings you earned and gather up 8 more angels and play your best Texas Hold Em game ever....I always will miss you and never will forget you ❤️

Rich Oliver

July 8, 2020

Met Jack on a poker site, at first, we challenged each other to the bitter end. Has time went on , we started to share our stories of life events. The more we talked , the more I liked him ,respected him, even thou he was a Alabama Tide fan and I was born a Ohio State Buckeye. Shared a few barbs back & forth my friend and I.
Use to go to the site and expect to see him there and if he wasn't where we normally go , I would find him and him me. Go there now, just not the same, the memory of all the laughs take on a different meaning. RIP my friend
Condolences Madean and your fine family who you were so proud of.

Char abitofnuffin

July 8, 2020

RIP my friend! You were a friend to many, but I felt very close to you! I love you, you became my good online friend in a short period of time, I’ve looked up to you an respected you more than you’ll ever know, No one will ever take your place in my heart Jack! You’ve gained your wings my friend, now fly to that promised land!


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