Lisa Ann Arnold Harris was born August 7, 1965 to James and Stella Ann Arnold. She was raised by her Aunt Alfreda and Marion Evans from a newborn as their eighth child.
Lisa attended Indianapolis Public Schools where she received recognition for commendable achievement in JROTC Drill Team at Arlington High School where she graduated from.
Lisa accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at a young age at University United Methodist Church where she was an active member from her youth and young adulthood. Lisa became a member of One Way Apostolic Church where she was baptized in Jesus name and accepted her calling into the ministry of Jesus Christ. She was ordained as an Evangelist after becoming a member of New Beginnings Ministry under the leadership of Bishop J. Laverne Tyson.
Lisa was a devoted loving mother of three; Reginald James, Christopher Glen, and Jasmine Monique. She shared a special relationship with each one of her children strengthening a bond that will never be broken. Lisa loved unconditionally and it showed through her everyday life as she tried her best to put a smile on the faces of not only her family but all that she met. On January 28, 2003, Lisa married her soul mate, Ronald K. Harris and they resided in Bozeman, Montana. She performed a marriage while there continuing evangelizing and spreading the love of Christ.
Lisa had battled cancer for many years but never let it take away her million dollar smile or her words of encouragement.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, Lisa was called "home" to be with Jesus. She was preceded in death by her birth parents, father, granddaughter Isabella, brothers James and William Mitchell.
Lisa leaves to cherish her memories her dedicated and loving husband Ronald Harris, sons Reginald Coleman and Christopher Demus, daughter Jasmine Demus, step-daughter Aisialynn Harris, mother Alfreda Evans, siblings Clara Wooden, Johnetta Davis, Joseph Mitchell Sr. (Tonya), Timothy Evans (Jacqueline), David Evans (Sherry), Archie Gray and Naomi Dodson. Grandsons, Nicholas Coleman, Ethan Coleman, and "Lil" Chris Demus, her special "friend buddy niece" Tamika Vance, and a host of family and friends.
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