Ralph "Buck" M. Harris
January 3, 1931 – September 2, 2018
Ralph M. (Buck) Harris, 87, passed from this life on September 2, 2018 after a short illness with brain cancer. He was born in Rogers on January 3, 1931 to the late Leroy and Winnie L. (Nida) Harris. He served in the Arkansas National Guard for 11 years with one year being in Korea. He was a lifelong resident of Rogers and a member of Grace Baptist Church. Buck loved to work in his garden and then give all the produce away to neighbors and friends. He will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Willa Dew Kerr. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Lilly Harris of Rogers; sons, Greg (Judy Harris of Harrison and Michael (Megan) Harris of Rogers; daughter, Regina Harris Cane of Rogers; 6 grandchildren, Courtney, Kelsey, Phillip, Joshua, Jacob and Colby; two great grandchildren; and 3 sisters, Sally (Bob) Fletcher of Dallas, Lynne Hopewell of Georgia and Betty Harris of Rogers. A memorial service will be held Friday, September 7, 2018 at 4pm in Rollins Funeral Home Chapel, with military honors to follow. Donations may be made to Circle of Life or Grace Baptist Church building fund. Online condolences can be made at www.rollinsfuneral.com.
- Lilly Harris, Wife
- Greg Harris, Son
- Judy Harris, Daughter-in-law
- Michael Harris, Son
- Megan Harris, Daughter-in-law
- Regina Harris Cane, Daughter
- Sally Fletcher, Sister
- Bob Fletcher, Brother-in-law
- Lynne Hopewell, Sister
- Betty Harris, Sister
- He also leaves 6 grandchildren, Courtney, Kelsey, Phillip, Joshua, Jacob and Colby and two great grandchildren.
- Memorial Service Friday, September 7, 2018
Ralph "Buck" M. Harris
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September 5, 2018
Lilly, sincere regrets to you and the family on your loss of Buck. I`ve known you both for many years, first knowing Buck when he was a standout Center for the Rogers Mounties football team in 1950, his senior year. and before.
Then, Buck will also be remembered as one of the many Rogers young men. including my buds Rex and Dale Bland, that served in Korea with the Rogers National Guard, circa early 1950`s. He joins the many members that are now deceased. They and Buck will be/are sorely missed. Gene