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Blaine Wesley Harris
August 18, 1957 ~ October 22, 2023 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Blaine Harris 66, of Greenfield, Kings Co. N.S., passed away peacefully, Sunday, October, 2023 at Valley Regional Hospital. He was son of the late Lovett Wesley Harris and Bertha (Schofield) Harris, who resides at Evergreen Home for Special Care. Blaine is survived by his wife Waydee (Sponagle) of 46 years and 3 sons, Keegan of Walton, Colton and Casey both of Greenfield. Blaine's pride and joy was his home and family life. Blaine is also survived by sister Louise Harris, 3 brothers Kenneth(Louise), Roger(Gail) and Gregory(Tracey). And several nieces and nephews.
Blaine was a jack of all trades and worked at various jobs including packing fish, picking apples, logging, farm labor, head cook at KFC. He drove taxi, worked at Rafuse Building Supplies and the Town of Wolfville for a number of years. He had a great work ethic(including plowing snow for 22.5 hours straight during White Juan). Blaine was also known for his sense of humour.
Blaine was an avid hunter, fisherman, archer, martial artist and a well known musician. He performed with Stillwater and Cye and the Guys throughout most of Nova Scotia, helping raise funds for those in need.
Blaine was a well respected person and very well liked and he will be greatly missed by many, many people.
In keeping with Blaine's wishes cremation has taken place. A celebration of Blaine's life will be held Nov.26,2023 at 2pm at the Black River Community Hall, Black River, Nova Scotia. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Liver Foundation.