Condolences for Earl Roscoe Harrison

Julie Lowry posted on 3/19/22

Earl was a good man and a great Master Mason. He was always welcoming to the members of Eastern Star and the Rainbow Girls of Champaign IORG. I looked forward to his hug and update on his wife and family when we crossed paths in the hall. He is a great example of why I enjoy the masonic organizations and he is missed greatly.

 

steve g. budwash posted on 1/3/22

Earl was my uncle and married to my mother’s sister, Lois. He was also my last related surviving member of the previous generation. He was a great uncle with a overwhelming presence. My condolences to my cousins and their families.

 

Deborah Evermon posted on 12/30/21

I am a grandchild of his parents. What can I say. Uncle Earl, Aunt Lois, Dee Dee and David became part of my life. Every time we were together we kids seemed to always get in trouble. Of course here comes Uncle Earl to deal with us. I cut count the times we got a swat or two from him. I was broken hearted when I was called about his passing. I loved Uncle Earl and Aunt Lois so much. I know he had a happy productive life. He had just called me a few days earlier to wish me happy birthday which I will cherish the last I love you !

 

Ted Beach posted on 12/30/21

Sincere sympathy on Earl's passing. He and I were teammates at CHS and have stayed in touch. I have influenza A virus so cannot attend visitation. Very sorry!

 

Kenneth Budwash posted on 12/29/21

WRITTEN WORDS ARE INSUFFICIENT TO EXPRESS THE DEPTH OF ADMIRATION FOR UNCLE EARL. MY CONNECTION IS THROUGH MY MOTHER’S SISTER WHOM EARL MARRIED. I AM GRATEFUL FOR EARL ROSCOE HARRISON - HE MEANT SO MUCH TO SO MANY OF US. LOVE YOU.

 

Floyd Bundy posted on 12/27/21

To the family of Earl Harrison. I knew Earl for several years and considerd a good friend. We worked together a lot in the Masonic lodge. I always considered him to be a man of character and integrity. He always had my respect. You have my deepest condolences and I know he will be missed.