Lacee Alan Harris

June 29, 1944 - August 6, 2020

In Loving Memory

Lacee gave my twin girls a blessing after a a very difficult birth and time spent in the NICU at the hospital. I will never forget the love and peace that filled us all as he performed his prayers. The sun even came out from behind the rain clouds right in the middle of his blessing. We have talked to our girls about it and shown them pictures many, many times- we all remember it as such a special occasion. Lacee will forever be in our hearts and memories for the beauty and gratitude he brought to our lives that day.
Melinda Bezdjian
sandy, UT
What a beautiful obituary to honor the life of Lacee. And to the question did he do enough I sing out yes! He helped me through some of the hardest and most beautiful transitions of my life. I will forever be deeply grateful for his help, compassion, and guidance. He will always hold a very special place in my heart. I will miss him dearly. As my heart aches I think of all of the people he helped along with his close friends and family and honor your love and pain through this transition. I offer you my deepest sympathies. My heart goes out to all of you. And to you, Lacee, thank you for sharing your wise a beautiful spirit with us. I feel blessed and forever changed for have knowing you.
jade stromberg
salt lake city , UT
I knew Lacee for more than 20 years as a mentor, counselor, spiritual leader, and an uncle. He always had a smile and infectious laugh and words of wisdom for everyone he met. I will always miss him. I want to send my heartfelt condolences to his family. Journey well, my Uncle.
Lori St. Pierre
havre, MT
I’ll never forget Lacee coming to Huntsman Cancer Institute. He taught us lessons we can learn from trees. He gave our office the most beautiful blessing for support with the work we were doing with cancer prevention. More importantly, he helped us look deeper inside of ourselves to lift the weight of burdens we carry and set them free. I was changed that day and so grateful he shared culture, caring, and how to Invite a better spirit inside ourselves. He made a difference in this world.
Jane Ostler
salt lake city, UT
Brenna and family - My thoughts went to you when I read the paper and saw your father had died. I know he was a big part of your lives. He will always be with you in spirit and his love will always surround you. Hold each other close and share all the wonderful stories. Love Mary
Mary McConaughy
salt lake city, UT