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Mr. Charles L. Harrison
March 13, 1959 ~ October 25, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Mr. Charles Larry Harrison was born to Walter Felix Harrison Sr. and Lillian Margaret Harrison Inée Jenkins] on March 13. 1959. He departed this earthly life on Wednesday, October 25. 2023.
Larry was born and raised in New York City, New York, where he was educated in the New York City Public Schools System. Larry attended Manhattan Vocational High School. Larry loved that he was being reared in New York City. He enjoyed the distinction of being a city kid, where he and his older brothers and friends would travel all around the vast city by foot, bus, train, and bicycle. As a child and teen, he attended Second Canaan Baptist Church in Harlem, NY. At an early age, he turned his life over to God and was baptized.
Larry loved music, and he was a member of the Finger Licking Good musical group, where he played the keyboard. He and his friends enjoyed the hobby of building landscapes for their mini-model trains. He enjoyed playing board games and loved the game Monopoly. Throughout his life, he worked many jobs, including working as a Window Installation Pro; the NYC Office of Payroll Administration as a Data Entry Clerk; the City of Columbia, SC, as a Maintenance Mechanic; and BNP Paribas as a Scan Technician before becoming disabled. Larry also indulged in carpentry work perfecting his skills as a master craftsman.
You would often find Larry reading Bible scriptures. He loved conversing with his family and friends about events happening in the world, both near and far. He was always concerned with everyone's well-being. Larry was a wonderful husband, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Larry was a sharp dresser and would never be caught unkempt. In 2010, Larry relocated to Stone Mountain, GA.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, Walter Felix Harrison Jr and Avon Edward Carter
He leaves to cherish his memories, wife Rebecca Harrison of Stone Mountain, GA; eight siblings, Marvin Bernard Harrison, Columbia, SC; Edwina (Raynard) Brown, Charlotte, NC; Dorothy Carter, W. Babylon, NY; Stephanie Carter, Charlotte, NC; Jose Carter, Columbia, SC; Crucito Carter, Durham, NC; Reynaldo Carter, Queens, NY; and Duval Carter, Columbia, SC; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends.