HARRISON, Hugh A. "Andy" 1907-1974
HARRISON, BROWN, MORRILL, MILLHOLLIN, MAXWELL, MCCLEARY, POPEJOY, KIEWS, HERMAN, HUFFMAN, ALLISON
Posted By: sherri (email)
Date: 9/1/2012 at 10:15:52
Tuesday, April 30, 1974 - Page 10
HARRISON Rites Set
Funeral services for H.A. "Andy" HARRISON, retired Fairfield businessman, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Raymond Funeral Home.
The Rev. Kermit Black will officiate and burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery.
Harrison died suddenly Monday morning, April 29, about 11 a.m. at his home, 703 S. Fifth, of an apparent heart attack.
HARRISON, a native of Jefferson County, began his long career in the produce business in June, 1932, and was employed by local firms for a number of years. He entered business for himself in July, 1954, when he opened the Fairfield Farm Service at 419 N. Fourth. He retired July 1, 1972 after a period of 40 years.
Hugh A. HARRISON, 66, was born June 16, 1907, north of Batavia, the son of John A. and Cora May BROWN HARRISON. He was married to Ruth (sic - Violet Ruth) MORRILL May 25, 1929 at the First Christian Church in Fairfield. She survives.
He was a member of the First Christian Church, servied as a deacon and a member of the board.
In addition to his widow, he is survived by one son, William, Fairfield; four daughters, Mrs. Bruce MILLHOLLIN, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mrs. Alan MAXWELL, Osage; Mrs. Harvey McCLEARY, Batavia; and Mrs. Robert POPEJOY, Fairfield; and ten grandchildren.
Also four sisters, Mrs. Robert KIEWS, Packwood; Mrs. Mary HERMAN, Farson; Mrs. Hollis HUFFMAN and Mrs. Merl ALLISON, both of Libertyville; three brothers, Guy and C.F. "Bob" HARRISON, both of Fairfield; and Ralph, Libertyville.
(I research the HARRISON/ALLISON lineages.)
Admin. note: Buried in Lot Devotion A 180 - space 5. Wife Ruth died in 1988 and is buried beside him in space 6.
Jefferson Obituaries maintained by Joey Stark.
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