Kathi Lynn Harris

19540913 –

 20180301

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Kathi Lynn was born on September 13, 1954 to Hays and Betty (Yarborough) Prince in El Paso, TX. On September 21, 1974, Kathi married the love of her life, Cliff Harris in Robert Lee, Texas. Kathi’s joy in life was making others happy. She was the best cook and was always delighted in making meals for her family.  She was a master of many talents. The thing she enjoyed most in life was spending time with her family and making sure everyone was taken care of.
Kathi was a wife, mom, mimi, sister, daughter, a rock, our strength, the glue, and a best friend to all. She lived a fruitful life with her family.  She was the most caring, loving, and selfless person on this earth and put everyone’s needs before her own. She fought a very long and very hard battle with cancer. Although her body was weak, her spirit was never lost. She has left a hole in our hearts that will never be replaced. She will be missed by everyone that knew her.

Survivors include her husband, Cliff of Lubbock; mother, Betty Prince of Snyder; children, Clint Harris of Lubbock, Casey Harris of Philadelphia, PA; and Whitney Dodd and husband Everette of Aubrey; grandchildren, Meaghan Shelton, Jazlynn Harris, Jett Dodd, Berklee Harris, Leyton Harris, and Beau Dodd; sisters, Sharon Bass and husband Eddie of San Angelo, and Gayla Stanaland and husband H.T. of Snyder; and a brother, Randy Prince and wife Beth of Tomball.

She was preceded in death by her father, Hays Prince.

Kathi Lynn Harris passed away peacefully in her home in the arms of her husband and children on Thursday, March 1, 2018.

Memorials

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are welcome to the Southwest Cancer Center, 602 N Indiana Ave, Lubbock, TX 79415.

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  1. Kathi was a generous and kind person. My regret is not spending more time with her. She was quiet and thoughtful, someone to talk with and so positive. I am so sorry for your loss but grateful she is no longer hurting. She was so brave.

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