Marlin Gale Harrison
December 29, 1946 – January 4, 2021
Marlin G. Harrison of Arnold, MO. passed away on Monday January 4, 2021; He was born on December 29, 1946 in Pinckneyville, IL to the late Noble W. and Marjorie Vines (nee McDonnough) Harrison Sr. beloved husband of 54 years to Judie Harrison (nee Rayburn); loving father of Kevin (Kim) Harrison and father of Leslea (Jeff) Hartzke; loving grandfather of Dylan (Ary) Harrison, Clayton Harrison, Sarah Harrison and Madison Delacruz, Brady Harrison Hartkze and Brooklyn Jane Hartkze; great grandfather of Jocelyn and Levi Harrison; dear brother of Noble Harrison Jr. and the late Carol Harrison.
Marlin retired from the Union Pacific Railroad. He dearly enjoyed horseracing, his corvette and spending time with his grandchildren. A special thankyou to everyone for all your prayers and support through this difficult time.
A private celebration of life service will be held no formal services at this time. Please share your condolences and sign the guest book online at www.heiligtagfuneralhome.com
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Marlin Gale Harrison
Mary jo Beasley Grob
January 15, 2021
Blessing to you JUDIE and the FAMILY . I GRADUATED IN 1964 WITH MARLIN AND TIME PASSED MUCH TO QUICKLY. NOW A ANGEL IN HEAVEN . PEACE BE WITH YOU JUDIE .
January 9, 2021
I have a few memories with him. First when I lived across the street. He told me how much he loved our yard and my flowers!! Mostly back then Josh was running 100 miles an hour! Your mama always took the time to make my Josh feel special. Marlin would just casually pass through like he didn’t care. But the more I got to know him especially in the last few years. He would tell me stories about how much he cared about Josh and me. Once a month me and him would talk for about 20-30 minutes! The last few were mostly about how crazy things were in this world compared to the (old days. ) In just a few minutes we solved the world’s problems ! I will miss those conversations dearly. Rest In Peace Marlin!! You were one of the good ones!
January 7, 2021
Thank you for always telling me you were proud of me, and being the best pawpaw to me and my children.. I will love, and miss you forever. One of my favorite people in this world. See ya again paw.