Hundreds attend Harris memorial

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Several hundred mourners turned out this afternoon for the final down of the career of Winnipeg Blue Bombers assistant coach Richard Harris, who died last week.

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Several hundred mourners turned out this afternoon for the final down of the career of Winnipeg Blue Bombers assistant coach Richard Harris, who died last week.

The memorial at Immanuel Pentecostal Church was attended by current players, including Doug Brown and Fred Reid, and former Bombers, including Wade Miller and Joe Poplawski.

Harris, who was 63, had a heart attack and died on July 26.

Joe Bryksa/ Winnipeg free press archives Winnipeg Blue Bombers assistant head coach Richard Harris talks to Dashawn Cassell during training camp in June. Harris died at age 63 on Tuesday.
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