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Julius Harris

Julius Lenere "Big Baby Lee" Harris

Thursday February 23, 1961 - Wednesday April 3, 2019
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May the work I’ve done Speak for Me!

Mr. Julius L. Harris was born in Greenville, South Carolina, on February 23, 1961, and departed this life on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at Easley Baptist Hospital. He was the ninth child of the late Clarence Young and Lula Mae Harper Harris.

He graduated from J.L. Mann High School. A devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, he was loved by all.

He was employed by Shaw Industries in Liberty, South Carolina for 22 years. He loved meeting people, landscaping and just being a good handyman.

He was a member of Greater True Light F.B.H. Church, where he loved to praise the Lord. He was a great support to Greater True Light Church.

He was preceded in death by nine siblings, Mary Bobo, Arthur Harper, Julia Drummond, Lena Harris, Louise Young, Lois Irby, Edward Young, Harold Young and Lace Rouse.

Julius leaves to mourn precious memories, his wife, Evangelist Faye Harris of the home; one son, Jamie Rhome of Central, SC; three daughters, Latoria Rhome of Greenville, SC, Kiara (Jamal) Williams of Easley, SC and Adrian (Lorenzo) Elmore of Spartanburg, SC; eight sisters, Bernice Benson of Atlanta, GA, Dorothy Defoor of Buffalo, NY, and Linda Harris, Sarah Logan, Deborah Yeargin, all of Greenville, SC, and Jeanette Willoughby, Lula Mae Young and Margaret Young, all of New Haven, CT; two brothers, Clayton Harris of Nashville, TN, and James Young of New Haven, CT; seven grandchildren; a devoted mother-in-law, Rev. Alma Williams; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
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  • Service

    Friday April 12, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Friday April 12, 2019 2:00pm
    Easley Union Missionary Baptist Church
    109 Runion Street
    EASLEY, SC 29640
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  • Interment

    Greenlawn Memorial Park
    595 Old Liberty Rd
    EASLEY, SC 29640
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Private Condolence

Carol Trotter

Posted at 10:31pm
Lee was SO loved. Always there to help out when you needed. He's going to be missed . 14 years of friendship God Bless his big heart

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Posted at 02:40pm
Rest piece old friend . We will miss you at Shaw. Janet and Tommy Pack
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Elaine McGowens

Posted at 12:00pm
Faye, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Lee. You and your family have our deepest condolences. May God comfort each of you during this time.

Elaine McGowens

Posted at 12:00pm
Faye, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Lee. You and your family have our deepest condolences. May God comfort each of you during this time.

Ms. Stacie Harris

Posted at 10:58am
To my uncle Lee, I never imagined this day being so near. Since we just buried your brother Plute less than 3-weeks ago this year. My heart ache so heavy right now, from the knowing that we won't get to talk, laugh, go on family road trips, or even cook-out on the grill (your favorite), which I still don't know how. I will always remember your special smile that lights up the room, but why did you have to go so soon... When the family get together, we're going to miss you saying something silly that have everybody in the family talking about it every time you come around. I must say uncle Lee I'm going to forever miss you, but you will never be forgotten. May rest in peace and tell my dad Lem Harris I said "Hello"!

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