Joe Allen Harrison

Born: Tue., Apr. 14, 1953
Died: Sat., Sep. 22, 2007

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Rome, Indiana -

Joe A. Harrison, 54, passed away on Saturday, September 22, 2007, at his home in Rome.

He was born in Perry County on April 14, 1953. His parents were the late Edgar and Mabel (Eades) Harrison. Also preceding him in death were his sister, Nora Lindsey and a brother, Herman Harrison.

He married Bonnie Coon on June 30, 1972, in Cannelton.

Joe was a mechanic and a detailer for Moskos Auto Mart until his illness.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, jet skiing, driving stock cars and NASCAR.

Surviving:

Wife - Bonnie Harrison, Rome, Indiana

Daughters - Stephanie Harrison, Tell City, Indiana

Meggie Thom, Cannelton, Indiana

Son - Jody Harrison, Tell City, Indiana

Sisters - Anna Faye Kellems, Cannelton, Indiana

Mary Tindle, Tell City, Indiana

Brothers - Junior Harrison, Cannelton, Indiana

Estil Harrison, Cannelton, Indiana

Archie Harrison, Tell City, Indiana

Larry Harrison, Rome, Indiana

Gary Harrison, Cannelton, Indiana

Grandchildren - Kyra Howe, Jessie Howe, Kiersten Howe, Andrea Dean, Latasha Harrison, Dalton Harrison, Tiffany Thom and Cassadie Thom

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, September 25, 2007, at Huber Funeral Home, Cannelton Chapel, with burial in Gilliland Cemetery near Derby. Visitation will be from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM on Monday and from 9:00 AM until service time on Tuesday at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.

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Tammy James
  
I wish I had the words to make the loss of Joe seem easier but I can't find them. I wish I could take the pain away from everyone who loved him as well as those he loved, but I don't know how. I watched Hayleigh my 5 year old daughter cry tonight because she missed Joe. I didn't realize she could be so close to him in just 5 years. As everyone knows she is my mom (Mary's) sidekick so I guess I should have known better. She said Joe was her buddy and she talked about riding in his "truck" he bought recently. He really showed how much love he held within by treating his great niece in this way. He didn't have to but he did because he loves his family and friends. It didn't matter who you where if you where a good hearted person. Joe would help you and treat you like family. In my child hood memories of Joe I can always remember his smile and him being in a good mood. I am sorry we had to loss such a great person in our family, as our hearts morn the loss we have to just smile and try to be good. I say this because I know Uncle Joe is watching over us telling us we are all being big "babies". :-)*** Just some good humor Uncle Joe would share with us. I love you all, Tammy, Lacey, Justin, Hayleigh, and Race

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