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Joseph W. Harris

June 11, 1974 to September 2, 2011

Joseph W. Harris, 37, of North Little Rock, born June 11, 1974 in Memphis, TN to John and Jeanne Harris, Sr., passed away on Friday, September 2, 2011.  He was preceded in death by his father, John W. Harris, Sr.  He is survived by his mother, Jeanne Moore; two brothers, John Harris, Jr. and Jason Harris.  He is also survived by a nephew, John Paul Harris.

Memorial Service:
3:00 PM on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at Arkansas Funeral Care in Jacksonville, AR (map / driving directions)


  1. Keith Weaver says:

    Rest in Peace, Mr. Joe. My condolences to his family and loved ones.

  2. Brandy Attaway says:

    You will be missed … my best to your family too.

  3. Shannon Price says:

    thoughts and prayers for the family

  4. Brandy says:

    It’s been a while since I’d seen Joe but, that never seemed to matter he always had a hug for me. His laughter and unique sense of humor will be greatly missed. I’ll never forget the first time I met Joe which was about 20 years ago; he just kept saying “well dam”! So everytime I’d see him he’d we’d both say “well dam”! May our Lord lift your family up during this time and give you the peace you will need forevermore!

  5. melissa sanders says:

    i’m so sorry for your loss, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. J. Albright says:

    He may not have coined “brother” as a term of endearment between friends, but his prolific use of it undoubtedly led to its rise in pop-culture.

    Rest in Peace Brother Joe.

  7. Vicki says:

    Joe was a dear friend to my daughter Traci! When ever she needed someone to get her through difficult times Joe was always there to listen and advise. Joe will be missed more than he would have ever imagined!
    Gods blessing on him and his friends and family!

  8. Nicole Tarkington says:

    Saying good-bye to my dear friend is almost to much to bare. Joe was a wonderful, fun, kind,and caring man. He loved the Hogs, his dogs, the Stones, and an occasional cat. Goodbye, Joe!!! I’ll carry my love for you forever! I wish I had been a better friend in the last few months! I know you loved me, & I hope you know how much I’ve always loved you!!! Rest in Peace!!!!!

  9. Michael Whitis says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. He was a great high school friend. He will be greatly missed!

  10. Lynne Potts says:

    My friend Joe, so many things to say and not enough space to say them. My confidant, my savior in times of need, my friend………there will forever be an empty space in my life without you here, but you will always be in my heart. You changed me by having known you and I will never forget you. Rest in peace my dear friend and know that you were loved so very much!

  11. Connie Sturm says:

    Dear Sweet Joe….I am so thankful to have had the pleasure of calling you my friend. My best friend Lynne introduced you to me and I have some of the best memories of you bringing us cigarettes when we were broke, always made sure you brought us something that you just thought we would like, which was always a Starbucks Frappe! You would drop my boys off to meet their father when I didn’t have gas money to do it myself. Such an amazing person, you will be missed so much. And I will take care of Lynne for you…Love you and miss you. And thank you for being Lynne’s dear friend.

  12. Johnna Feldman says:

    Joe was one of a kind. I don’t know of a person that ever met him that would have a bad word to say about him. He was caring, funny, and most of all a good friend to many. You will be missed dearly. Can’t believe I will not get to see you again and be greeted with a “Hey baby, what’s been going on”!

    To Joe’s family and extended family of friends, may you find peace and comfort during this time and hold tight to your memories of a great guy.

  13. Nicole (Clough) George says:

    Til we meet again dear Joe, I will hold your memory dear. Even now, sitting here with tears in my eyes I smile because I can hear that goofy laugh and see your grin and I know how lucky I was to have you as a friend. We grew apart but you were never nor will ever be forgotten. Be in Peace.

    I wish I could be there but I send my thoughts and prayers to Joe’s family and friends.

  14. Kevin Lunceford says:


    My life is better for knowing you and being able to call you my friend. We had some good times and great laughs (usually you laughing at me). You were always there to give me much needed advice and kick me in the butt when it was necessary. All you knew was give when it came to friendship and I hope to be able to be more like you in that aspect in my own relationships. You will be greatly missed and I will treasure the good memories. Love ya brother.


  15. Pat Wells says:

    Joe will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. His friendship touched the hearts of so many.

    My deepest sympathy to the Harris family and to all of Joe’s friends who loved him dearly.

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