Charlotte Delozier Harrison

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Charlotte Delozier Harrison, a life long WNC resident, passed away on July 9, 2010, following a long illness. Born Aug 9, 1928, in Judson, NC, Mrs. Harrison graduated from Women's College in Greensboro (UNC-G) and returned to the Asheville area where she taught school briefly before beginning her family. She was one of six children of John and Roxanne Woody Delozier. She is survived by five sons, Jeff of Chapel Hill, Tim and Mark of Asheville, Greg of Orange, CA and David of Bel Air, MD, along with three sisters and ten grandchildren. Mrs. Harrison was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church and later Arden Presbyterian Church and had a long-time involvement in community and civic organizations. She was active in sports, outdoor activities and gardening and was a strong supporter of the Boy Scouts, the PTA and other organizations that promoted character development and an active lifesyle for young people. Charlotte Harrison spent a lifetime in the care of and in service to others and made a difference in the lives of all those who were fortunate enough to know her. She will be buried in Green Hills Cemetery alongside William S. Harrison, Jr., her husband of more than 50 years. Private graveside services will be held Wednesday morning, followed by a memorial service at Groce Funeral Home on Patton Avenue at 11:00 am with the Rev. Joseph Mullen officiating. The family will receive friends at Groce Funeral Home Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a charity of the givers choice in the name of Charlotte Harrison.

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  1. Tim, Jeff, David, Mark and Greg,

    My deepest sympathies to you. Charlotte was a lovely woman and I am blessed to have been distantly related to her. My prayers and love to you all.
    Sue Thomas

  2. To all the Harrison family, what a blessing to have known and to have had Bill and Charlotte as our friends. I am glad they are back together again. Charlotte really loved her family so much. Your parents were always trying to help others along and lift them up.They really loved each of you so very much.If any of you need anything while you are in Asheville, please let Mary Dot or me know. We will be in prayer for all of the Harrison family.

  3. Young Harrisons, you won’t remember me but I loved your entire family and lived on Cranford Rd. when you and your parents did. I will never forget each Christmas when I took a family photograph of all of you with Charlotte and Bill…what a wiggly bunch you boys were! I am sad that you have lost your parents, but know what wonderful parents they were to you all. My memories are there of them and my prayers are there for you. Jane Anne Luther

  4. Harrison Family, Bill was in our Lee Edwards Class of 43 and I know your Mom’s Birthplace, Judson, NC is now covered with water by Lake Fontana. Another family member Betty Hipps Delozier was also in the Class of 43. We are never ready to lose our loved ones and our Faith in the Sovereignty of God and the concern of caring friends provide the only comfort. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Joe

  5. Jeff, Tim, Mark, Greg, David and families,

    I was sad to learn of the death of your dear mother, Charlotte. I remember fondly the good times I shared at Trinity Methodist with all of you. I especially remember times in Troop 3. Your dad was one of the finest scout leaders I ever knew…and your mom was always there, lending support. Your folks could have had their own scout troop with you and your cousins!

    I remember your mother’s pleasant smile and sense of humor. I am sure she was quite proud of each of you.

    I hope you can find solace in the knowledge that others care and share in your loss. With the assurances grated to us at the resurection, you know that you will see her again and that she is now reunited with your dad.

    Well done, thou good and faithful servant.


  7. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this sad time, I loved Charlotte so much, she was always so kind and good to me and Mama (Syble Hamilton). I have the fondest memories of her, and always will.

  8. With deepest sympathy & love to all of you. Nancy & William (Willie) Greene and children, Freddie (The Woodlands, TX),Eddie (Friendswood, TX) & Diana Corbett (Wilmington, NC).

  9. Tim and family, I am saddened to hear of your mother’s death but I take comfort with you in trusting her to Christ. May you have a fuller measure of His eternal rest.


  10. Dear Tim and family,
    I was sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. I always enjoyed time spent with Charlotte and the family. She made me feel like one on of boys. I wish blessing to all of you. A Mothers love is not forgotten.

  11. Dear Harrisons:

    Cathie and I and the girls are so sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. There are few Mom’s and Dad’s who had the proper perspective on Christ’s life in us, family and Christian Missions. God used them in a phenomenal Supernatural way to encourage me into the ministry in 1973. As a result we were able to start two national and international ministries that turned into the Jesus Film and Executive Ministries of Campus Crusade for Christ. Cathie and I will be praying for you and your families in the months ahead.

    Please give us a call whenever you are back in Asheville.


    J. B. & Cathie Anderson
    Cathie’s M – 828-280-9052

  12. I love seeing this picture of your mom…I don’t remember her without a smile! Your mom and dad were such wonderful people and what an amazing couple. I hope you find comfort in the thoughts of their reunion. Your parents always meant alot to my mom and dad. We will be praying for you in the days ahead.

  13. Dear Jeff and Family,
    We’re so sorry to hear about your Mother’s passing. As I told Charlotte, I always remember the few times that I was around her Grandmother, she was always so full of energy and had such a warm and friendly personality. I so enjoyed the times I did get to spend with her. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. My Aunt Charlotte’s smile, and what it represented, will always warm my heart. I’m sure that smile is brighter than ever now that she’s together with Uncle Bill. I cherish those two wonderful people and feel so lucky and blessed to have grown up around them.

  15. Dear Harrison family,

    We were so sorry to hear of Charlotte’s death. She was such a gentle and outgoing person and her smile and encouragement to others will be sorely missed.

    With love,
    Roy and Virginia Scott

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