August 27, 1953 ~ December 2, 2021

Born in: Jefforsonville, Indiana
Resided in: Glasgow, Kentucky

Dennis Dale Harris, 68, of Glasgow, passed away Thursday December 2, 2021, at the T.J. Samson Community Hospital. He was born in Jeffersonville, IN on August 27, 1953, to the late Cyral Harris and Karene Wade Harris.

Dennis had many passions, to include gun collecting, diving, rock climbing or driving in his beloved Jeep, Dennis loved being outdoors and he enjoyed life to its fullest. But his biggest passion in life was serving his Lord and Savior through preaching. He was a minister for over 40 years, 31 of those years he served as the Preacher at the Plum Springs Baptist Church in Bowling Green, KY. Dennis received his bachelor’s degree from Liberty Baptist College and is a member of the Southside Baptist Church in Glasgow.

Survivors include his wife Angel Harris of Glasgow; stepchildren, whom he considered his own, Justin Cole Meredith and Hannah Rose Meredith both of Glasgow; three brothers, David Harris and Larry Harris of Bowling Green and Kelley Harris (Betty) of Columbia, TN; nieces and nephews and his furry friend, Scout.

Funeral service will be 1:00pm Monday, December 6th at the A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be on Sunday from 12:00pm until 8:00pm and on Monday morning until time for service at the funeral home. A.F. Crow & honored to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Harris. Please share your condolence with the family at

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  1. Angel & Children,we are so sorry to hear of Dennis passing,please know our thoughts & prayers are with you,you know we are just a holler up the street away if any of you need us at anytime,day or night,we love you guys dearly.. troy&lou

  2. So sorry for your loss and the loss of a great neighbor and friend! You all are in our thoughts and prayers!

  3. Keeping you all in our prayers. We have known Dennis and his family since we attended Glendale Baptist Church many years ago. May God give you all peace and comfort during the difficult times ahead.

  4. Bobbie Jo Cloyd Herron, I will miss this man very much. He was my pastor at Plum Springs Baptist. Not only was he my pastor but he was also my youth pastor. He invested his life in mine and several other young girl’s lives. Bless his heart, God blessed him with only girls in his youth group. I started going to Plum Springs in 1979 and then I got married in 1989 (Bro. Dennis did our ceremony).

  5. To Kelly and all the extended family,

    “Knuck” was and will continues to be a good friend and brother-in-Christ. We were crib babies when my family lived in Charleston, Indiana. In my many years away from the Warren County, Kentucky he has never left my conscience. If there are martial arts in heaven, we will be working out together on the mats, once again. Please except my deepest sadness for this profound lose.

    Please let me know how I can get a picture of his funeral home card as well as a picture of his bodily grave site. He will be entered into the Hall of Faith I maintain of those who had Godly influence on myself because it is my way of remember that his spirit is alive and well in our hearts.


    Russ Causey

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