OBITUARY

Anna Marian Harris

February 20, 1931April 10, 2019
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Anna was born in Denver, Colorado to Paul McDonald Stevens and Anna Elizabeth Stevens (Akey). She attended elementary, junior and senior schools in Denver, Colorado before moving to Washington where she graduated from Everett High School in Everett, Washington. Anna married William E. Harris on November 21, 1954 and was homemaker while raising her children, and later a business owner with her husband in Grand Junction, Colorado. She was a member of the Christian Church and was baptized when she was 12 years old. Raising her children in a Christian home was her priority. She led a bible study for high schoolers in her home that made a life-long impact on most of them.

Anna was predeceased by her husband of almost 52 years, William "Bill" Harris, and a sister, Margaret Tomlinson. Anna's surviving relatives are her sister Frances Weber of Fort Collins, Colorado; brother Paul Stevens of Altadena, California; four children, Jayne (Paul) Borden of Gypsum, Colorado; Anna Rae (Robert) Buck of Broomfield, Colorado; Barbara Foos of O'Fallon, Missouri; and Sandra Drown of Olathe, Kansas. Anna had 11 grandchildren; Michael (Jean) Borden of Fernley, Nevada; Brian (Amie) Borden of Grand Junction, Colorado; Jeffrey (Synamin) Borden of Chesapeake, Virginia; Melissa (James) Stewart of Thornton, Colorado Anna Lee Moore of Broomfield, Colorado; Danny (Stacey) Smith of Columbia, Missouri; David (Nichole) Smith of Kansas City, Missouri; Michaela Smith of O'Fallon, Missouri; Jason (Tina) Palczynski of Dardenelle, Arkansas; Miles Tyler Colunga of Lee's Summit, Missouri; and Martika (Zach) Settles of Olathe, Kansas. Anna has 18 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

A Funeral Service will be held Wednesday, April 17th, 10am at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary, Chapel of Peace, 7777 W. 29th Ave., Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033. Visitation Tuesday, April 16th, 4pm to 7pm at Crown Hill.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Michael Borden
  • Brian Borden
  • Jeffrey Borden
  • Miles Tyler Colunga
  • Paul Borden
  • Robert Buck

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 17, 2019
REMEMBERING

Anna Marian Harris

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Linda Borza

April 13, 2019

Dearest Harris Family,
Your Mom is my “Mom in the LORD Jesus!” She always took time to disciple me in Christ and raise me up in the Word of God. I thank God for your Mom and know she’s rejoicing at the Throne of God! At the same time, my sincere condolences to you and your sisters as I know that you miss her. I pray that you all are filled with the comfort that only the Holy Spirit can give during this time. All my love. In Jesus’ Name ~Linda & Paul Borza 💜

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Biography

Anna was born in Denver, Colorado to Paul McDonald Stevens and Anna Elizabeth Stevens (Akey). She attended elementary, junior and senior schools in Denver, Colorado before moving to Washington where she graduated from Everett High School in Everett, Washington. Anna married William E. Harris on November 21, 1954 and was homemaker while raising her children, and later a business owner with her husband in Grand Junction, Colorado. She was a member of the Christian Church and was baptized when she was 12 years old. Raising her children in a Christian home was her priority. She led a bible study for high schoolers in her home that made a life-long impact on most of them.

Anna was predeceased by her husband of almost 52 years, William "Bill" Harris, and a sister, Margaret Tomlinson. Anna's surviving relatives are her sister Frances Weber of Fort Collins, Colorado; brother Paul Stevens of Altadena, California; four children, Jayne (Paul) Borden of Gypsum, Colorado; Anna Rae (Robert) Buck of Broomfield, Colorado; Barbara Foos of O'Fallon, Missouri; and Sandra Drown of Olathe, Kansas. Anna had 11 grandchildren; Michael (Jean) Borden of Fernley, Nevada; Brian (Amie) Borden of Grand Junction, Colorado; Jeffrey (Synamin) Borden of Chesapeake, Virginia; Melissa (James) Stewart of Thornton, Colorado Anna Lee Moore of Broomfield, Colorado; Danny (Stacey) Smith of Columbia, Missouri; David (Nichole) Smith of Kansas City, Missouri; Michaela Smith of O'Fallon, Missouri; Jason (Tina) Palczynski of Dardenelle, Arkansas; Miles Tyler Colunga of Lee's Summit, Missouri; and Martika (Zach) Settles of Olathe, Kansas. Anna has 18 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

A Funeral Service will be held Wednesday, April 17th, 10am at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary, Chapel of Peace, 7777 W. 29th Ave., Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033. Visitation Tuesday, April 16th, 4pm to 7pm at Crown Hill.