William Harris Obituary, William Harris Has Passed Away – Death Cause
William Harris Obituary, Death – On March 4, 2023, William (Bill)E. Harris passed away at his home in a calm and tranquil manner from causes related to natural causes. He had 69 years under his belt. The unexpected passing of their loved one has left the family in utter disbelief and profound grief. His devoted wife of 48 years, Joanne (Emerick), as well as his children Will Harris and his wife Sarah of Homer Glen, Illinois, and Amy Torello and her husband Keith of Guilford, Connecticut, are the only people who will remember and miss Bill after his passing.
His six grandkids will always hold a special place in his heart and remember him fondly: Ella, Murphy, and Finbar Harris, Isabel, Samantha, and Margaret Torello. Bill was enthusiastic about his work in the furniture industry. He had a deep attachment to the family firm that had been established in Bristol, New Hampshire, in 1965 by his father and his uncle. Throughout his career, he considered it a privilege to collaborate with his siblings, son and daughter, as well as his wife Joanne.
The number of stores increased over the years, and they are now located in Plymouth, Laconia, Chichester, and North Conway, all in the state of New Hampshire. Bill will be remembered fondly by all of his lovely customers and the many staff he had. On Thursday, March 9th, from 3 to 6 PM, there will be calling hours held at the Mayhew Funeral Home, which is located at the intersection of Routes 3 and 104 in Meredith, New Hampshire.
On the 10th of March, at 10:30 in the morning, a Christian burial service will be place at Holy Trinity Parish St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, which is located at 11 School Street in Plymouth. The Reverend Mark Dollard, pastor of Holy Trinity Parish, and the Reverend Robert Cole, pastor of St. Katherine Drexel Parish, will preside over the ceremony as the celebrants. The interment will take place in the spring at the Harris Family lot in the Trinity Churchyard Cemetery in Holderness, New Hampshire.