Terrance ‘T’ Harrison, lived by the words, ‘Good God, good family, good food’

Terrance “T” Harrison (Courtesy of Altmeyer Funeral Homes)
Terrance “T” Harrison (Courtesy of Altmeyer Funeral Homes)

On November 27, 2015 the heavenly gates opened to welcome our precious husband, father, son, grandson, brother, uncle and friend, Terrance “T” Harrison. His adventurous, playful, heartwarming nature brought joy and happiness to so many. Terrance was passionate about cooking and serving others, all things animated and superheroes. His wife and five children were the center of his life, and he was so very proud of all of their accomplishments.

Terrance was born in Illinois and attended Alan B. Shepard High School. He was the son of Nickey Harrison-Walk and the late Clarence Parks. Terrance served in the U.S. Army f

or 14 years and was a respected member of the Geico Insurance family. “T” was a beloved member of Freedom Fellowship Church in Virginia Beach. In early 2015, Terrance began pursuing his life-long goal of formalizing his passion for cooking by enrolling at the Culinary Institute of Virginia. His words to live by: “Good God, good family, good food.”

He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Sydney Harrison; five children, Ty, Isaiah, Trinity, Miracle, and Angel; his mother, Nickey Harrison-Walk; grandmother, Dolores Batie; four brothers, Carl “CC”, Corey, Clarence and Mario Harrison; and one sister, Shareen Whitlow.

A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 1:00pm at Freedom Fellowship Church, 836 Regency Dr. VA. Beach. Burial will be Monday Dec. 7, 2015 at 10:30 at Albert G Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery 5310 Milners Rd, Suffolk, Va 23434. For these services, military uniforms are welcomed and at the request of the family, please wear bright colors in remembrance of Terrance’s happy, colorful, festive personality.

You are invited to tmcfunding.com to help the family with T’s Home-going Service expenses and to share condolences with the family at www.altmeyerfh.com. Memorial donations, in place of flowers, can be made to www.woundedwarriorproject.org in Terrance’s name.

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