OBITUARY

Christopher Aaron Harrell

November 1, 1988January 2, 2019
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Christopher Aaron Harrell was born November 1, 1988 in Fairfield, California. He was the youngest of three and the youngest son of two boys born to Donna Nixon and Franklin Harrell.

He is survived by his father, Franklin (Jennifer) Harrell; his mother, Donna Nixon; his sister, Nakeisha Harrell; his brother, Maurice Harrell; his niece, Kayliana; his nephews, KeAndre and Kameron; his grandmother, Betty Evans; his uncles, Raymond Evans, Isaac and Lorenza (Nikki) Harrell; his aunt, Nell Ross; along with a host of cousins.

Christopher was a happy child growing up and even into becoming a young man. He may not have lived a glorious life to some but the life he lived was to his fullest and was enjoyed. Christopher was a delight to know; he had a smile that would light up a room and voice that was loud and would be heard. We knew Christopher as having a good heart and respectful. He was a young man who would help anyone as he was able; if he had it, you had it. He had great love for all of his family and especially for his niece and nephews. There was a child-like heart within him. When it came to children he loved them all. I will say to all that knew him, remember your good times with him. For we, who also knew him, knew his struggles. So to God be the glory, for he has now given his child rest. We love you and will miss you so, so much Christopher. God bless you son, brother, uncle and friend.

Visitation will be held from 11:00am to 1:00pm at Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home, followed by his Celebration of Life at 1:00pm.

HARDAGE-GIDDENS CHAPEL HILLS, 850 Saint Johns Bluff Road North, Jacksonville, FL 32225, is serving the family.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 12, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, January 12, 2019
REMEMBERING

Christopher Aaron Harrell

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Nakeisha Harrell

January 12, 2019

My sweet baby brother, I just wanted to write and say I LOVE YOU. I have struggled so much with losing you, part of it being guilt, guilt that I didn't express to you enough while you were here on this earth just how much I do love you despite everything. I know now just how much you struggled and the pain you were hiding behind your smile. I am so sorry brother that you endured that, but I also know you lived your life to the fullest without any fears. Today I put that guilt aside, I can't be selfish, I have to know that you knew how much I love you, I have to be at peace and in return let you be at peace. You no longer have to battle those demons here on earth. I let you go to be free brother. I know we will see each other again, until then I carry you in my heart. Save a spot up there for your loved ones down here, rest in Heaven my sweet brother... Until we reunite!!!!😘❤

Chris O'Grady

January 7, 2019

My greatest memory was you and the family bringing me in as their own. You made me feel like I had a real brother. I remwmber us being rebellious and putting magnets on the window alarm sensors so we could sneak out at night and get into trouble. We always had eachothers back and been through a lot together. I miss you man and will never forget all the times we had growing up. Love you buddy, rest in power my friend.

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