David Allen Harrison
12/20/1955 - 09/27/2021
Obituary For David Allen Harrison
David Allen Harrison, age 65 of Kent City, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, September 27, 2021 at Faith Hospice Trillium Woods.
David was born December 20, 1955 in Muskegon, Michigan to Charles and Elsie Harrison. He married Cathy Sue Dolph on December 19, 1975 at Kent City Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Cathy on September 3, 2020; his parents, Charlie and Elsie Harrison; his father in law, Thomas; in laws, sister and brother in law, Marybeth and Jim Omans; nephew, Adam Petruska.
David is survived by his siblings, Doug (Mary) Harrison, Dianne Harrison, Debbie (Steve) Petruska; nieces and nephews, Ryan (Kim) Harrison, Sara Harrison, Jared (Christina) Winell, Abby (Dan) Vanderson, Andrea (Brandon) Quillan; Kristina Omans, Kimberly Omans, Curtis Omans; mother in law, Jean Dolph; sister in law, Sandy and Jim Winell; many great nieces and nephews as well as aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Funeral services will be held at the Kent City Baptist Church, 400 West Muskegon Street, Kent City, MI on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 11:00 A.M. with Rev. Chris Weeks officiating.
Friends may meet the family at the Kent City Baptist Church, Friday evening 5 until 8 P.M., and on Saturday, one hour prior to the service from 10 until 11 A.M.
Those who wish may make memorial contributions to Faith Hospice, or Kent City Baptist Church.
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David was always a great boy and Man. You always knew he put God first in his life. When we were younger David would spend a week with my family, and I would spend a week with his family. We both had many great adventures. We did this for many summers. I remember one time we were at our cottage. we went up to pentwater and bought some smoked fish. David was not to sure about trying the fish as it still had the head on it. I took some of the fish out of the skin so Dave could try some later if he wanted to. He later did and said he would eat it again. I loved being at the farm. One of my adventures were learning that I was allergic to some thing in the alfalcha, and when you let the cows out in a area that there is a barbwire fence you always close. And you can not take our short cut, due to the barbwire fence. I was lucky that Charlie had not turned the electricity on yet. You never knew what we would do next. As we grew up, we could not travel from home to home but our families still traveled to each others homes on 1 Sunday during most every month. When I went to Central MI Some times I would stop to say Hi, other times If Someone was out in the yard, or by the barn, i would honk and wave out the window. Dave was such a great guy, and shared God's love to anyone he saw. I remember how much he loved Cathy, and his whole family, and friends, I have had your family in my prayers. You all have a special place in my heart. We will see you all tomorrow.
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