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Ethel Harrison

  • On June 14, 2019

Ethel Louise Harrison, age 99, of Bradenton, FL and formerly of Upper St. Clair, PA passed away on Friday, June 14, 2019. Born on February 1, 1920 in Newport, Rhode Island. Beloved wife to the late William Harrison who was an Optometrist in Carnegie, PA. Loving mother to Wayde (Bonnie Erickson) Harrison of Brooklyn, NY and Lonny (Nicki) Harrison of McMurray, PA. Cherished grandmother to Tracy (Hans) Ashlock and Kelly (Christopher) Kokesh. Dear great-grandmother to Luke, Jesse, and Gabe Ashlock. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Ethel was preceded in death by her grandson Christopher Lewis.

During retirement, Ethel enjoyed her great grandchildren, traveling, golf, musical theatre and remained a big Pittsburgh sport’s fan. She was a people person who had many friends and will be dearly missed by all.

At the family’s request, all services will be held privately. Arrangements have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546.

Contributions to the Foundation Fighting Blindness would be appreciated.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.

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Karen W.
  • Jun 15 2019
What an amazing person and what a remarkable life! I feel so lucky that I got to know her and her wonderful family. She was a pleasure to care for and her smile always brightened my day! I’m going to miss her,too. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. With sincere sympathy, Karen ❤️
Anthony Pinter
  • Jun 17 2019
We offer our condolences to all the Harrison Family. She lived a beautiful life and was such a pleasant lady. Sincerely, Anthony& Mindy
Julia William
  • Jun 19 2019
Dear Harrisons, My deepest sympathies to you all! To know Mrs. Harrison was to love her. She was always so warm and loving and reminded me so much of my own grandma. I have many special memories of Mrs. Harrison during her frequent visits to McMurray. I used to love to be in her presence, see her smile, hear of her travels, and marveled at her independence. Even though I was Tracy's friend, I felt like I was part of her family and she was part of mine. She will be dearly missed. Sending Love from VA! Julia (Gabriel) Williams