Patsy Louise Harris

A resident of St. George Utah, Patsy Louise Harris, 80 years of age, passed away peacefully at her residence on July 11, 2021.  She was born on July 31, 1940, in Eureka California, to Boyd D. and Edith Louise Harris of Provo, Utah.

Patsy grew up in Provo, Utah.  She was an accomplished Seamstress, best known for her fly-fishing vest and jackets.  She a caregiver to all she came in contact with, who valued honesty and integrity above all other virtues.  Her children were her most prized accomplishments, who adored her dearly.

She is survived by three children Cheryl (Kim) Gunderson of Dallas Texas, Melannie Egan of Midway, and T. J. Manz of St George, 13 beautiful grandchildren, 18 delightful great-grandchildren, siblings David, Joan, Robert, and Ronald.

The family would like to thank her medical providers Scott Barton M.D. and Joseph D Te M.D. and staff for their wonderful care.  A special thank you to Sun Tree Hospice Staff.

To respect the wishes of the deceased there will be no funeral services, there will be a private memorial held at a later date.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff St., St. George, Utah, (435) 673-2454. Friends and family are invited to sign Patsy’s online guest book at




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  1. Patsy was big-hearted and loyal to her family and friends, all of whom she loved fiercely.
    Her daughters were her life, until the grand children came. She was always proud of them and their accomplishments. She also found time for nieces and nephews and in-laws. She wanted to help everyone she could. She was devastated at the loss of her youngest sister Betty a few years ago and she was helping her parents in their final years.
    She was an amazing seamstress. In later years she delighted in making marvelous dresses for her grand daughter’s dolls. She had many skills and talents, including cooking, organizing and Family History. Members of her family enjoyed time spent with her and remember their family fun with fondness. She will be missed.

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