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Jennifer Laura Harris

January 13, 1981 - September 3, 2022

Jennifer Laura Harris passed away on September 3, 2022 after a long battle of brain cancer. She was 41.

Jennifer lived in Springtown, Texas with her husband William (Billy) Harris. They married on August 29, 2021.
She was born in Pascagoula, Mississippi to Charles Shoemaker and Mary Whitman. She graduated of Irving High School Class of 1999 in Irving, Texas. She worked at Sedgwick as a Claims Representative.

She cherished her family and friends. Loved to laugh, outdoors, swimming and cookout. She loved her motorcycle rides with her husband Billy.

She was preceded in death by her father, Charles Shoemaker.

She is survived by her husband William (Billy) Harris, Sons Michael Dayton Howard, Gavin Paul Howard, Jaymes Patrick Harris, her in-law William (Bill) and Sarah Harris, and her mother Mary Whitman with Nannie, many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends.

Memorial Services will be held at Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Church in Irving, Texas, Date and Time will follow 


Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

Services have been entrusted to

North Dallas Funeral Home

2710 Valley View Lane

Dallas Texas 75234

5 replies on “Jennifer Laura Harris”

William Lloyd Harris says:

I love you Jennifer Harris

William Harris says:

I love you Jennifer Harris

Rebecca Sims says:

My Beautiful JenJen
You’ll never know just how much you are deeply missed by your mother, boys and all your Aunts and Papa Craig
We have some wonderful memories of you we will carry with us.
Just know, you are in Heaven with your grandparents and Dad, but are not forgotten here on earth

Sarah Harris says:

I love you Sweet Jenn and sure miss you very much. You will always be in my heart and thought.

Love, Mom (Sarah)

Deidre Everheart says:

The Everhearts love and miss you dearly girl.
My son Lux, although you couldn’t see him, I know you felt him, will hear amazing stories about you. And so will his sister Esylana. I know you’re looking down on us. I after you passed on I felt your touch, I started lactating again, it was for a short time but it happened and I thank you for that. I’ve also recently gotten in touch with Violet and llyrs adopted mom and we’ve made some agreements. I love you Jen and I’ll see you soon dear.

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