Cameron Lee Harrison, 51, of Crestview was unexpectedly summoned before the Throne of God and into the Lords presence on Friday November 6, 2020. His 51 years began in Enterprise, Alabama on a cold January 29th in 1969. Richard Nixon had just been inaugurated president, the Vietnam war was raging and 8 days later Apollo 11 put men on the moon. Cameron was a spirited fun loving child who kept his gentle generous heart all his days. He loved camping, fishing, hunting and outdoors events and enjoyed carpentry. His early years were spent in Enterprise Alabama and then his teen years were spent in Crestview Florida. He precedes his wife Analisa Severo Harrison and their two sons Benjamin James Harrison “Benjie” and Aaron James Harrison â€œAJâ€ of Crestview; mother Glenda Taylor, elder sister Vickie Smith and elder brother Malcolm Harrison. He leaves aunts and uncles, cousins and dear loved ones. He leaves nieces Julie Patrick and Jessica Harrison, nephews Kalib Dunn, Joshua Harrison, and Jeremy Harrison. Many great nieces and nephews and friends like Charlie Gray and others are, as is the family, struggling with Cameronâ€™s absence, trying to find grace and strength to cope with the overwhelming grief. The family will gather to pay tribute of love on Saturday November 14th and welcome visitors at 9:am on Saturday morning with funeral services to be held at 10:am at Brackney Funeral Home. A memorial will be conducted by Pastor Malcolm Harrison.
Special thanks to cousin Angel Bess for her support and assistance with arrangement details.