Ronald Harrison

August 28, 1952 - January 16, 2016

08/28/1952 - 01/16/2016

Past Services

Service
Tuesday January 26, 2016
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Colonial Grove Memorial Park
3445 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456
757-427-6950 | Directions
Additional Information:

Services to be conducted in the Mausoleum Chapel.

Chesapeake – Ronald S. Harrison, 63, died peacefully surrounded by family, Saturday, January 16th 2016 – after a brief but exhausting battle with liver cancer.
Ron lived in Hampton Roads his entire life. After graduating from Kempsville High School (’72) in Va. Beach, he completed the 5 yr. apprentice program, and was employed until retirement with Dominion Virginia Power as a Substation Electrician (IBEW Local 50).
He was an accomplished fisherman and could often be found with a line in the water anywhere between the local piers close to home and the 4×4 beaches in Outer Banks.
He is survived by his sons, Blaine Steven Harrison and Justin Adam Harrison; his brother Floyd Allen Harrison (and wife Carla Harrison); former spouse Frances Kaye Carney; and his best friend and life partner Mary Patricia Moore.
Services are scheduled for Tuesday, January 26 at 12:00 pm at Colonial Grove Memorial Park Columbarium in Va. Beach with a reception to follow.
The family requests that memorial donations be made to the American Cancer Society by clicking here or a similar organization/charity. Condolences may be offered to the family at the “post a condolence” button below.

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Babsi Meadow Higgins
6 years ago

Sorry for your loss! Prayers of comfort coming your way during this sad time. 🙁

Shannon Baker
6 years ago

Ron is someone who will be missed by many, I remember when my sister and I brought a little rescue dog , Jamie, to the house for my mother, well it did not take long to realize that Jamie wanted little to do with Mom and everything to do with Ron. Jamie fell instantly in love with him and Ron fell in love with her too. God bless and comfort all those grieving his loss, including his best friend Jamie.

Cheryl D.
6 years ago

I am sorry for your loss and offer my sympathy. God is aware of the tears each of you shed. (Psalm 56:8) Soon he will do what is recorded at John 5:28,29, which makes the promise of the resurrection of our loved ones. May that give you comfort, hope, and peace, knowing that God always fulfills his promises. (Numbers 23:19)