OBITUARY

Lisa Harrison

December 28, 1968November 20, 2021

Lisa Harrison age 52 of Greeneville passed away Saturday, November 20, 2021 at Johnson City Medical Center.

She was a baker for Dunkin Donuts.

The family states Lisa had a huge sense of humor, was selfless, a great Momma; loved crafting, cooking, music and had a beautiful soul.

Lisa is survived by her siblings, Donna Davis, Virginia (Carlos) Morales, Edward Cole of Connecticut, Patrick Cole of South Carolina and Patricia Cole of Connecticut; special niece, Kristine (Jesse) Graham, special nephew, Bruce (Jennifer) Dodson; other nieces, Candace, Gina, Salvatore, Stefano, Carrina, and Shianne; great niece, Kayla Mumford, Raylene Nicole Mumford; and many other great nieces and nephews; and best friend, Ken Cronin.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Raymond Harrison of Butler; daughter, Angel Burris; parents, Gertrude and Richard Cole of Connecticut; brother Richard Cole, Jr; sister, Diane Farrell; and brother-in-law and best friend, Thomas Davis.

Services for Lisa will be held at a later date.

Services

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Michelle Huntley-Kirby

November 24, 2021

There's not just one memory I could share with you but a million. From the time we were little girls until we were adults I have so many Precious Memories that mean the world to me. I have to say at one of my favorites was when we were young and would dress up and our best Easter dresses and our families would have a huge dinner together. I remember how adorable we look in those pictures and I will never forget all the fun that we had while trying to beat each other durin the egg hunts. You will always be my family Leelee & my best friend. Rest in heaven my dear friend. I will see you again one day

becky syrcle

November 23, 2021

i will always remember me and lisa in the chat rooms having fun singing and booting people out haha and playing yoworld together she was a great friend love her and will miss her

Nikki B

November 23, 2021

Lisa, I remember when I was a little itty-bitty girl you and Ginger would come visit, I use to be so scared or shy of you and Ginger. You would make me feel important and always call my name as soon as you would get there. It was cool as a little girl feeling that an older girl thought I was important enough. I always loved you and your happy cheery personality 💖 Heaven has definitely gained another amazing 👼
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Family and friends, I'm sending my condolences, ♥️, 🤗 and 🙏. RIP Beautiful 👼

Jessica Banks

November 22, 2021

Lisa you was a great woman i love you and was so nice rest in peace prayers for the family you had a great heart would do anything for anybody in the world miss you lots

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY