Jane H. Harris

November 19, 1932February 17, 2021

Jane passed away peacefully on February 17th, 2021. She was married to the late Clarence Winton “CW” Harris for 62 years. She was member of Earle Street Baptist Church for over 20 years. Her joy was singing in the choir at church for many years. She was an elementary school teacher and taught many children in Ohio, Virginia and South Carolina. She retired from Shannon Forest Christian School in 1985.

Jane is survived by her children: Michael Harris (Sherry) and Dan Harris (Joyce); her grandchildren: John Michael Harris (Kayla) and Jason Harris (Jessica); Step grandsons, Shane Rawls (Torie) and Brandon Rawls; her great grandchildren: Leah Plexico, Stella Harris, Riley Harris, Caylee Harris and Kellye Harris; Step great grandchildren: Hunter Rogers, Hadley Threkeld and Nora Rawls; her sister, Gale Craig and nieces and nephews. Jane treasured her relationship with Denise and Bruce Davis. She was preceded in death by her son, Mark Harris, her sister Nancy Dunn and great grandson Caydon Harris.

She was the daughter of the late Stella and Clarence Harris of Ridgeway, Virginia.

Special thank you for the wonderful care given to Jane by Beth Hitt and the caregivers of Best Home Care. Graveside Services will be held at 11:30 am Saturday, February 20, 2021 at Graceland East Memorial Park, Simpsonville, SC.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Music Department of Earle Street Baptist Church or the charity of one's choice.


  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021


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Marlies Block

February 19, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you Mike, Sherry and family. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻


February 18, 2021

Dear Family,
It was such a blessing to call Jane my friend. She always had the Sweetest Smile. Please know you all are in my Prayers.

Thomas Dunn

February 18, 2021

Jane was and forever will be my inspiration! She was my aunt who helped to instill in me the love of music. I remember as a child her playing the piano at church and she, my mom and Gale, singing in a trio. I was always listening when they would rehearse, and through the years I would play the piano and organ with Jane and CW when visiting them. So many great memories of years gone by! I’ll see you in heaven again someday. I love you. Tommy