Clyde W. Harrison

Sunrise: August 31, 1928

Sunset: December 3, 2018

Clyde W. Harrison, 90, on Monday, December 3, 2018 the Angel of Silence took our beloved Clyde. He was born August 31, 1928 in Norfolk, VA. He retired as an Engineer. Clyde was a member of St. John AME Church of Norfolk, VA and was a member of 200 Plus Men. He leaves behind his loving wife, Zebodia John Harrison; children, Paulette Valentino and Paul Harrison; grandchildren, Valentino, Elijah and William Harrison.

Viewing Sunday, December 9, 2018 Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service Monday, December 10, 2018 11:00am St. Johns AME Church 545 E. Bute Street Norfolk, VA 23510 Interment Woodlawn Memorial Gardens 6309 E. Virginia Beach Boulevard Norfolk, VA 23505

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    Dr. Karla D. Valrie-Potts says

    Rest in peace Uncle Clyde. You will be greatly missed. I want to thank you for everything that you have done for me. You were instrumental in many of the accomplishments that occurred in my life. You made a promise to me and you kept it.

    I love you. Your niece/grandaughter,
    Dr. Karla D. Valrie-Potts

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    Eleanor M.Bell says

    You have lived of life of caring for others and the world has lost another man of goodness and mercy. You believed GOD is a provider and your life exemplified this belief. Zobida and family will truly miss you, but we all know that there is a time for everything. May their faith provide them with strength in the coming days for you have lived a remarkable life. We will miss that stroll, the wide brim hat and efferevescent smile you possessed. Now rest in the arms of your maker.
    E. Marie Bell- A member and friend at St. John’s AME Church

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    Sandra Pstterson-Jackson says

    We will truly miss the loving kindness and great giving spirit Mr. Harrison demonstrated on this earth. He certainly made the best of his time among mortals by carrying out Gods purpose wherever he was. We will miss him, but have been made better by knowing him. God bless Mrs Harrison and family and may they find comfort in all prayers. Leroy and Sandra Jackson

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    Vernell says

    I am truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the words that Jesus spoke to Martha at [ JOHN 11:23-25] bring you a measure of comfort. REVELATIONS 21:4 speaks of a time when there will be no more tears, nor pain and no more death, that time is so close. We will soon be able to be reunited with our loved ones again. So by meditating on these scriptures and remembering the good times you’ve shared will also be of comfort at this time.

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