Gloucester — Ed was the son of the late Uno Arthur and Margaret (Comeau) Harris.
He was a graduate of Gloucester High. He then went on to pursue a career in cooking, at which he started at Den Mar Nursing Home. He followed that by working for many years at Addison Gilbert Hospital. He finished his beloved career at The Sisters of Notre Dame.
Ed had many passions throughout his life. His constant pursuit of the Word, moved him in directions of his gift to create.
He loved to bake and designed many styles of cakes that he made for family and friends.
He loved trains and could tell you anything about them. He enjoyed riding and watching them on the side of the road. He built a train depot, customized from his visions, that gave him many hours of joy.
Another passion was for the arts and painting. He gifted many of his family with his paintings for their homes.
He had such a love for his furry and feathered friends. He enjoyed the companionship that they gave to each other.
Ed had such a great sense of spirit, faith, and sense of humor. He enjoyed a great laugh with many as they did with him.
Ed's greatest love was his family. His face would light up at the sight of his children, his grandchildren, and great-granddaughter. He enjoyed friends and family gatherings at the house.
He was a very inspiring and loving man who taught the value of life, how to treat it while respecting it through kindness, faith, and our actions. He led by example.
He will be greatly missed by his family. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Sandra (Joyce) Harris; his daughters, Rhonda of Gloucester, Tracey of West Virginia, Kimberly and her son, Samuel, of Arizona.