Kaye Lynn Harrison, 69, of Odessa, Tx, passed away on July 31, 2021, in San Angelo, Tx.
Visitation will be 4-8 pm, Friday, August 6 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be held at 10 am, Saturday, August 7 at NOLB Church with Brandon Utley officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Kaye was born in Odessa to Betty & Don Hooper. She went to Permian High School. Kaye married John Edward Harrison on June 28, 1974, in Odessa. They had two sons that she was a very devoted mother to. She is a part owner of Hooper Trucking Company along with her brothers and sister where she treated every employee like they were her family and was given the name “Mama Kaye”. Her favorite past time was playing pool and she was very good at it. She played in the Odessa Pool Players League where she made lifelong friends, many trophies and trips to Vegas over the years with her team the “Tequila Shots”. She also won many individual awards over the years and loved sharing this hobby with her husband and sons where they made great lifelong memories sharing their love of pool together. Kaye was the best Grammy around and her family was her entire world. She was the most generous, welcoming, and loving lady to everyone she ever met. Her smile and laughs were contagious, and she will be missed greatly by all that knew her.
Kaye is preceded in death by her father, Don Hooper; mother, Betty Hooper; younger brother, Tony Hooper; sister-in-law, Linda Hooper; and her grandson, Devin Harrison.
Kaye is survived by her husband, John Harrison; oldest son, John Michael Harrison and his wife Jeleih; her youngest son, Tony Monroe Harrison and his girlfriend Cheena Contreras; her grandchildren, Kaleih Marie Harrison, Drayden Michael Harrison, and Gracie Mae Harrison; brothers, Lanny Hooper and wife Mary, Larry Hooper and wife Stela, Mike Hooper and wife Kay; and sister, Rhonda Gulley and husband Jim; numerous nieces and nephews; and her sisters at heart, Ladonna Raglin, Beth Gesch, Mary Smith, and Gloria Oliver.
Pallbearers will be Mike Hooper, David Hooper, Ronnie Hooper, Colt Hooper, Brody Gipson, and Jack Gibson.