Dianne Jones Harris

Date of Death - August 5, 2019

Mrs. Dianne Jones Harris, 76 of Mason, passed

away on the morning of August 5, 2019. Mrs. Harris

was a tech inspector for Sharp Manufacturing

and a member of the Central Christian Church in


Mrs. Harris is survived by her husband, Mr. Jerry

D. Harris of Mason; her daughter, Melissa Dianne

McGuary (Darrell) of Hernando, MS; her son,

Todd Scudder (Renee) of Atoka; her step-daughter,

Haley McNair (Lucas) of Bartlett; her step-sons,

Andrew Harris (Janet) of Memphis, Matthew Harris

(Mary) of Memphis, Timothy Harris of Bartlett,

and Samuel Harris (Leslie) of Arlington; her sisters,

Betty Lou (Doll) Fowler and Helen Lavergne

Pierce; her brothers, Norman Stanley Jones and

Donald Lee Jones; her two grandchildren, Hunter

McGuary and Dylan Scudder; and her seven stepgrandchildren,

Luke and Landen McNair, Breana

and Hudson Harris, Camille and Georgia Harris,

and Josephine Harris.

Mrs. Harris was preceded in death by her parents,

Eddie Boyd and Altie Myrtle Jones; and by

her siblings, Grover Cleveland Jones, Robert Lee

Jones, Garner Boyd “Buddy” Jones, Eddie Boyd

“Junior” Jones, Jr., Wilton Jones, Welton Jones,

Herbert Hoover Jones, Thirstle Jones, Razzie Myrtle

Jones “Sis, Walter Sayles Jones, and Theodora

Earnestine “Midge” Jones.

The services for Mrs. Harris was held on Wednesday,

Aug. 7, at 2 p.m. at the Maley-Yarbrough Chapel.

Visitation took place from noon till 2 p.m., prior

to the services beginning. Interment followed in

Covington Memorial Gardens.

The family has requested memorials be sent to

the Alzheimer’s Association.

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