Miller Thurman HARRISON

August 11, 1930May 10, 2019

Miller Thurman Harrison, Jr. passed away peacefully on May 10, he was 88. He attended Darlington Prep and UGA, before serving in the Army as a personnel clerk. He was a kind trustworthy gentleman which served him well in his career as a sales/design rep for the electrical supply industry, providing much material for Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. He was an avid golfer honing his skills early as a junior member of Druid Hills and later as a senior member of Fox Creek Foxy golfers, once competing for the GA state amateur title. His positive caring attitude of contentment was something special and will be missed by his family and friends. He will be interred at Georgia National Cemetery.


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Miller Thurman HARRISON

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Nancy Harrison Forbes

May 16, 2019

I’m so sorry to learn that Miller passed away. My thoughts are with you. I lost my husband of 30 years 18 months ago, so I understand the shock and grief.
I have so many great memories of Miller. Often in the summer we stayed in Atlanta at Vera’s house. Miller would take me in his Buick Riviera to run errands. We always went to the Jr Varsity and Toco Hills Garden Center. They had a talking myna bird at Toco Hills and I loved it.
I enjoyed staying with you, Miller was so proud of the house and all of the work you did to make it so special.
Again I am thinking about you in this terrible time and I know there really aren’t any words.

Miriam Harrison

May 15, 2019

Neel and I were there when Shannon and Miller married. I am glad they had many years together
Shannon, I am sorry for your loss . I feel sure that your many memories will become a comfort. Miller was Neel’s best man, and a part of our lives for many years. The children always looked forward to his visits . We loved him, and share your grief at this sad time.

Miriam and the family

Merritt Harrison

May 15, 2019

A picture of Miller and his younger brother Neel. They are together again.

Lynne Fornes

May 15, 2019

So sorry for your loss, Shannon. Hoping your memories bring you comfort and peace during this time and as time passes they bring you happiness and laughter. I am glad I knew him and thankful for the memories our family shared. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts.
Mary-Lynne Harrison Fornes