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Brown-Wynne Funeral Home

1701 East Millbrook Road, Raleigh, NC

OBITUARY

Ann Harris

July 15, 1925October 31, 2019

Daughter of the late Estelle Allen Crowder and Eppie Gilmore Wiggs of Zebulon, she attended Fred Olds School and graduated class of 1944 from Broughton High School. She also attended Hardbargers Business School. She retired after 30 years with the Federal Government. She was a member of the Tabernacle Baptist Church for over 50 years. She loved her Sunday school class and served as an outreach leader many times. She enjoyed playing golf, bridge and reading.

She was predeceased by her husband, Claude W. Harris and her two brothers, Joseph T. Wiggs and Albert G. Wiggs.

She is survived by her son, Floyd Harris, and wife, Ann, of Raleigh, NC; daughter, Sue Harris Wrather and husband, Jim of Greensboro, NC; grandchildren, Meg Wrather of Nashville, TN, Amy Wrather of Raleigh, NC, Threresa Somerville and husband, Matt, of Franklinton, NC; and great grandchildren; Emma and Evan Somerville of Franklinton, NC.

The family will have a private graveside service at Montlawn Memorial Park, on Saturday, November 2, 2019. Afterwards, they will be receiving friends at Brookdale North Raleigh, 1200 Carlos Drive, from 2:30pm-4:00pm.

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Jim Snotherly

November 3, 2019

Please accept our deepest condolences for the lose of your mother. We knew your mother and father very well. There were top notch folk.
We too are long time members of Tabernacle Baptist church. As was my wife, Shirley.
Your truly ,
Jim & son, Garland
Snotherly

Willa Hagler

November 1, 2019

Sue and Floyd, I admired your mother very much, though we have not had much contact in recent years for obvious reasons. She was a delightful lady who I used to see often at church activities. Sue, I have heard her talk about how appreciative she was for all of your trips from Greensboro to tend to her. I am sorry for your loss----she was a delightful person. Willa Dean Hagler

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY