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Earl Wallace Harris

Born: Fri., Jan. 25, 1980
Died: Thu., May 5, 2016


6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Fri., May 13, 2016
Location: Hazen Community Center

Funeral Service

1:00 PM Sat., May 14, 2016
Location: Hazen Community Center

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Earl, affectionately known as “Pooh”, “Pimpn Pooh”, and “Heff”, to his family and friends was born at Centinela Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles, California in 1980. He was the oldest son of Pamela Mosby and Earl Harris, Sr. He attended Hazen Elementary School and later moved to Georgia where he atted the Cobb and Bibb County School Districts. He also enrolled and attended AIU for Media Productions. Earl accepted Christ during his youth and joined Holy Temple C.O.G.I.C.

     Earl was a loving and devoted son to his mom. He was a wonderful father to his children, Aliyah Harris, Isaiah Ogletree, Earl Harris III and Dorian Downie; a fun loving brother to his sibling, Tiffany (Ronnie) Brown, Phadra (Nick) Smith, Amber Mosby, Tiffany Harris,  Khaliah Ramcharam, DeShaun Harris, Ian Harris and Thomas Jackson, Jr.; a respectful nephew to his aunts and uncles, D. Marie (Louis) Peterson, Jacquelyn Ayala, William (Terry) Mosby, Hazel (Crit) Mosby-Cooksey, Daniel Mosby, Mark (Charliene) Mosby, Shawn Rozamus, Christopher Mosby and Rochelle Mosby; the “love of his life” and “apple of his apple”, fiancée, Dina Heym.

     Earl lived a good and vibrant life while on this earth. He was known for many things including his quick wit and sense of humor. He touched the lives of many people, and he maintained his trademark sense of humor all the way to the end.

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Serenity Funeral Home Staff
   Posted Thu July 07, 2016
The Harris Family,
In times of sorrow God is always near, to love, comfort and give you strength. We pray as you go through this difficult period you remember that God's love heals all hurt. May He continue to bless and keep you is our prayer.

Serenity Funeral Home Staff

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