David Harrison

1954 ∼ 2019

Cynthia Hupfer of Marston Mills, Ma wrote:

My thoughts are with you Andrea and Ric at this time. Sorry for your loss Prayers with all.

Jennifer Binder (Grulkey) of Camas, WA wrote:

Some of my favorite childhood memories have you in them. I will always remember your smile and your outgoing personality. With love always, Jennifer

Phil Widuch of Grand Rapids Michigan wrote:

The memories I have will live on forever. Many good times at the Brewster MA home. Pool, food, family and racing! A bigger heart would be hard to find. Watkins Glen is a memory that always puts a smile on my face. I think it was August 1995 or near that date and Dave and Andrea along with Jennifer and I think Art’s children (excuse my memory on this if wrong) all made the trek to NY. Dave stayed on the track grounds camping out. My former wife Deb and I “roughed” it in a motel room few mikes away. We went sightseeing and took a ferry ride on the lake. I recall now! Stephen, Dave’s nephew actually was allowed to pilot the ship for a few moments. The campsite was so helpful in watching the race. All of us walked the track to get different views of the race. The “carousel” turn and chicane “bus stop” turns were close. Noise was deafening so thank goodness for ear muffs. Then the pool games at the house. Down the spiral stairs to the game room. Friends and family all congregating, laughing, hollering up to the main level to turn up the music. Yes, David lived life to its fullest for sure. He will be missed by many. My sympathies to the family. I trust he is playing a little “8 Ball” with Art and others.

Steve Tgettis of MA wrote:

Dave's connection with me was primarily through his marriage with my cousin Andrea and I didn't know him as well as so many others. When I told him that I lived in NASCAR country in North Carolina I sensed an immediate change that resulted in a closer relationship with us as his intense interest in racing came out. I appreciate all the positive things that he has done for Andrea and will miss him at cousins' weekend.

Debra Mikos of SYLMAR wrote:

He will be missed

Irene DeCamp of Brewster wrote:

Dear Andrea. I am so sorry to learn about your husband's death. This is a grievance none of us is prepared for, and I want you to know that I understand the enormous weight upon you just now. I will pray that the Lord will hold David close to His Sacred Heart and that He will shower you with His beloved Peace and Love. Irene DeCamp

Irene DeCamp of Brewster wrote:

Dear Andrea. I am so sorry to learn about your husband's death. This is a grievance none of us is prepared for, and I want you to know that I understand the enormous weight upon you just now. I will pray that the Lord will hold David close to His Sacred Heart and that He will shower you with His beloved Peace and Love. Irene DeCamp

cathy artwick of brewster wrote:

Andrea, I am so sorry to read the loss of your husband. My thoughts & prayer go out to you & your family, Cathy, Alan, Austin & Ashley Artwick

Laurie T Tarleton of Hyannis, MA wrote:

Andrea, Scott and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you in this tough time. So many fond memories from when we lived down Cape.

Sandra Venables of Azalea Oregon wrote:

David, Words can not express how I'm feeling ar this moment! OurJounany thou so many crazy things the Canyon Country Sylmar house Saugus Speed way Jimmy Lee. Your visit in 2018 to Palmdale that was fun running down memories lane. Sharing your new life in Mass with your wife the business. I can't express how much I'll miss sharing worlds with you. You will be truly missed. Love you Brother. Sleep with the Angel's. Watch over us all as I know you will