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Lindsay Anson Harris

August 16, 1950 ~ May 1, 2021 (age 70)


Lindsay Anson Harris was born August 16, 1950 in Vancouver BC, Canada to Peter & Yvonne Rosalee Harris. He was their second child and had an older brother Randy Harris. The family moved to Southern California when he was 18 months old. Lindsay grew up in Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California. He graduated from Van Nuys High School in 1968. He married June Hardy August 20, 1971 in Los Angeles. They were together for 25 years and divorced in 1996. They had two children: Peter and Jaime. Lindsay moved with his family from Southern California to Montana in 1978. The family lived first in Kalispell, but then transferred briefly to Great Falls. They moved to Lewistown in 1981 and stayed for 6 years. Lindsay moved back to Great Falls with his family in 1987. He continued to have permanent residence in Great Falls until his death. Lindsay attended Big Sky Bible College near Lewistown, MT in the early 1980s. While he was a student, he was a pastor for a small church in Moccasin, MT for 18 months. Lindsay attended what was then University of Great Falls in the 1990s, and graduated with a BA in Sociology, 1992, then a Masters of Human Services in 1995. He enjoyed the great outdoors, especially fishing and camping. Most family vacations were spent in Glacier National Park or Crystal Lake. Lindsay held an occupation as a business machine repairman and salesperson for many years. He later worked with Developmentally Disabled individuals, then retired to look after his aging parents in Los Angeles. While Lindsay held many jobs, his main love was music. Lindsay was an avid guitar player and collector. He would play for fun and would also play local bars and events. He specialized in blues guitar, and had a band called Blues Doctor. Lindsay also had a vast knowledge of rock history and was usually the most knowledgeable person in the room on the subject. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother. He is survived by his children

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