Not only were you the best father, brother, grandfather, and great grandpe. YOU ARE IN YOUR FAMILY's HEART FOREVER. R.I.P..... We all Love u Both!!!!!!
  • 88 years old
  • Born on April 11, 1914 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on February 25, 2003 in Edison, New Jersey, United States.
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, George Harris, 88, born on April 11, 1914 and passed away on February 25, 2003. We will remember him forever.We all LOVE n MISS U Grandma and Grandpa!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Shirley Harris on 12th April 2013
Dear Dad, You are gone from this world for 10 yrs which seems unbelievable to me. The time seems endless!!! I miss you, but know you are with MOM and someday when my day comes I will join you once again as Father and Daughter to both you and Mom...Happy Birthday in Heaven ,I love you.
Posted by Lenny Harris on 12th April 2013
Greg, I'm sure both mom and dad are looking down on you. They realize how every day is a challenge for you. Your success make their days happier.
Posted by Gregory. G. Vasil on 11th April 2013
Today wouldve been my grandfathers 99 birthday, Your whole family misses you something terrible. My mom , Aunt Shirley n Aunt Pammy miss you more than I can ever express. I know since you passed Ive had a hole in my heart n I dont think its ever gonna go anywhere. One thing I know is that your. Proud of me because I kept my promise to you n grandma.everybody misses you terribly. LOVE YOU!!
Posted by Gregory. G. Vasil on 4th April 2013
As each day passes I sit here and keep looking at the pictures of two of the BEST grandparents in the world. On there death bed I made a promise to my grandfather n Im still keeping that promise on a daily basis. Fishing has never been the same n I really dont even go because it brings back so many memories that still break my heart. I will continue to miss the both of you tremendously.
Posted by Nancy Vasil on 25th February 2013
Today is the 10th anniversary of my Beloved Dad's passing. My heart still is heavy with the grief of losing "my rock". . In fact, it is hard for me to think that it is 10 years. My candle is lit, my Jewish prayers said -- Dad even attempted them in Hebrew especially for you. I know you are in God's kingdom and until we meet again, I love you!!!
Posted by Carmen Saez on 25th June 2012
ONE OF MY GREATEST PLEASURES IN LIFE WAS MEETING SUCH A WISE OLD MAN. GEORGE AND I WORKED MOST OF THE TIME SHOULDER TO SHOULDER. WE SHARED MANY FAMILY STORIES. HE LOVED HIS WIFE AND FAMILY VERY MUCH. HE GAVE ME ALOT OF WISE FATHERLY ADVICE. IM GLAD TO THIS DAY I TOOK IT. ESPECIALLY WHEN I BOUGHT MY HOME IN 1992. I LOVE AND MISS HIM VERY MUCH. MAY BOTH RIP 4 EVER.
Posted by Shirley Harris on 13th June 2012
A Candle lit to light the world for the BEST PARENTS anyone could ever have. We were "poor" but never knew it!!! We had all that we needed. Food on the table, clothes on our backs, and LOVE GIVEN TO US FREELY FROM BOTH PARENTS, lighting the way to make us into responsible, loving adults. They did a GREAT JOB. Thank you MOM and DAD. Love you always, and miss you until we meet again.....RIP
Posted by Lenny Harris on 13th June 2012
Greg, this is a real tribute. Thanks for doing it.
Posted by Lenny Harris on 13th June 2012
If we wer around Sunday dinner (noon) was always at the Harris'. There was alway enough for who ever showed up. Mom alway had chicken soup for the ill. Food for everyone else. I had crew cuts for years, The twins will remember why. Loving family and great parents. Love and miss you both.
Posted by Lenny Harris on 13th June 2012
The old man was always there when some one needed him. I remember one day when we were coming back from Sandy Hook, fishing,. It was a hot summer day. Dad put his normal $2 worth of gas in the car. Then asked me if I wanted a soda. I said sure, dad said we could share. Years later I asked why he only purchased one soda. He stated it was his last dime. Who know we were poor.. great life.
Posted by Nancy Vasil on 11th June 2012
All the words I write could never know how much I miss you both.. all I have left is a broken heart. Mom, always there to babysit or make chicken soup when we were sick. Daddy: knowing you were outside my door for 22 years was more than a daughter has the right to expect..and you never forgot the kiss when you were leaving no mattter who was in my office. LU BOTH 4eve
Posted by Gregory. G. Vasil on 10th June 2012
And we can't forget my fabulous grandma. Who could ever forget every Wed. We had 1/2 a day from school and we always got to go to grandmas. Of course after we were done eatin then I had the pleasure of playing wit pepper....... So many memories and so much forfotten. May the both of you know I kept my promise to u and I believe ur walkin around on streets of gol..... I Love You both.
Posted by Gregory. G. Vasil on 10th June 2012
My grandfather was the "best" man in the world. He took me from way back when and taught me how to fish, run around Caladonia Park. Trust me I dont have a lot of "happy" memorioes, but I always knew when I was goin with grampa I would get so excited. Those were some of the happiest days of my childhood and of course other memories from my immediate family as well.

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