Carl M Harris

Carl M. Harris, 52, Houston, Texas passed away December 9, 2015.  He was born December 27, 1962 in Houston, Texas.  Carl will be remembered for his big heart, his service to The Lord and his loyalty to his family and friends.  He was loved by many, many people.  Carl had a passion for golf and music.

He was preceded in death by; mother, Mary Harris and father, Gene Harris and grandmother, Bessie Weaver.  Survivors include; sister, Debra Buzbee, Mt Enterprise, Texas; brother, Kevin Harris, Houston, Texas; sister and brother-in-law, Karen & Buddy Edge, Platte City, Missouri; nephews, Chris Edge, Micah & Adam Buzbee and James & Damon Harris; nieces, Debi Edge, Meghan, Amanda & Becca Harris; great nephews, A.J. & Luke Buzbee and Joshua Prado and Benjamin Cole; great nieces, Rachel & Anna Buzbee and Hailey Prado; life long friends, Kenny Snoe and wife Kim, Kenny Johnson and Curtis Ardoin, Michelle Ardoin; and a host of many, many friends.


  1. Crystal tobias on December 10, 2015 at 8:23 pm

    You will always be in my heart Carl. I will keep your family in my prayers during this hard time. Go rest high on that mountain my friend!!!

  2. Deborah Ogrodowicz on December 10, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    Carl was taken far too quick before most people could grasp what had happened. I only met him a couple of times but, he was as sweet as they come. He’s in a better place now. I hope he can put in a good word for the rest of us. He will live on for a long time in all the lives he will save. Rest in peace Carl, you’ve earned it.

  3. Suzette Miranda on December 10, 2015 at 9:44 pm

    I am so sad that I did not get to see you since 1970 before you died. I am blessed that I was able to reconnect with you on Facebook. You will be missed by all. I know you are in a better place, free of pain. My prayers to the family during this time. I will always treasure our time together when we we kids.

  4. Wendi Reeves on December 11, 2015 at 5:03 pm

    R.I.P Carl you will be greatly missed go fly with the angel pain free and prayers will be with you and your family

  5. Michael Tobias on December 11, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    Sad to here you passed Carl. We had great talks and lots of laughs. My you see the light to heaven.

  6. Adam Buzbee on December 12, 2015 at 12:32 am

    I was blessed to have my Uncle live a block away when I was growing up
    As I think back over the years and remember all the memories it’s great
    It’s a shock to know he is gone at such a young age however our Lord controls all and there is a purpose to all things although I don’t know what or why I know that the Lord will use this to help someone or touch someone’s life
    THANK YOU ALL for sharing your thoughts and memories of my Uncle truly one of a kind and I miss him

  7. Amy Diane Dickey on December 14, 2015 at 11:52 am

    Carl, I knew you for around 20 years but we were never close. I did think about you and always wished the very best for you. I knew you had a good heart just like Kevin and James. This is still a shock. But you’re in a better place with the Lord whom you always loved. Spread those wings and fly. I know your Momma was there to welcome you home. A special place will be in my heart for you.

  8. karen on December 16, 2015 at 11:37 am

    i would give my life, to see your Awsome smile again, from here to the and back , i promise i’ll always love you like that, now and forever i will be where you at, from here to the moon and back.!!! I dont who holds tomorrow, but i know who holds our hand. and our angels are among us

  9. karen on December 16, 2015 at 12:13 pm

    i know you are resting, in the arms of Jesus ! and the peace i have knowing you are free, and your blue eyes are shinning with the heavenly gorly only they can see. we will meet again, we Jesus calls us home

  10. John on February 25, 2016 at 10:54 am

    I think about the times we use to play in the woods together, re-creating Star Trek characters you playing Captain Kirk and I Spock. Making phasers out of tree branches. You was my childhood best friend with memories that will never be replaced. When I went to the military we grew apart, running across each others path on a couple occasions but never having the time to continue to keep in touch.
    I pray you are at peace now and God will be watching over you until we see each other again.

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