Curtney Agnes Harris Born July 2, 1919 in Vernal, Utah, passed away August 2, 2003. Curtney, a 50 year resident of Hermosa Beach, was married to Bob Harris for 45 years prior to his death and is survived by a daughter, Barbara of Corona, CA; a son, Scott of Spring Valley, CA; a brother James Blaine Stevens of Wofford Heights, CA, as well her 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Curtney, a wonderful woman, was involved with the Hermosa Beach Women's Club, P.T.A., T.O.P.S., South Bay Hospital Auxiliary and the South Bay Barbershop Association. She enjoyed painting her family, travel and walks throughout Hermosa. She was also active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Visitation will be Wednesday August 6, 2003, 4:00PM - 8:00PM with Funeral Services Thursday, August 7, 2003, 1:00PM both at WHITE & DAY HERMOSA MORTUARY. Interment will follow services at Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach.

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  1. As Pres. of So Bay Aux I always looked to Curtney as a loyal member anxious to help & attend our Mtgs. She will be missed.

  2. Dear Barbara & Scott, We are so sad for your loss. All I can think about is going to your house and spending the night to wake up to those wonderful pancakes Curtney would be making for Suzanne, Billy and myself. I have the fondest of memories of the Harris house and all of those who lived in it. Curtney always supported all the kids in the neighborhood on Manhattan Ave. along with Bob. We always felt safe and welcomed there. Bill & Mary, my mom and dad send their love to both of you and yours. I know that Curtney is with her Bob now. I love and miss you both. Mary & James Jameson of Redondo Beach, Bill & Mary Schultz of Redondo beach, Bill & Trudy Schultz of Temecula and Stacey Rennie, Suzanne\’s daughter of Long Beach.

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