Mr. Dwight "DJ" Hundrey Harrison, Jr.

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The Funeral Service for Mr. Dwight Hundrey Harrison, Jr. of Americus, Georgia will be conducted Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Allen Chapel AME Church, Americus, Georgia with Elder Shelby Hall officiating. Interment will follow in Eastview Cemetery.

Dwight Hundrey Harrison, Jr., fondly known as “D.J.” was the youngest son to his loving parents, Valerie Westbrook-Porter and Dwight Hundrey Harrison, Sr. He made his grand entrance into this world on October 24, 2000 in Sumter County, Georgia and immediately stole the hearts of his family with his adorable dimples. He was educated in the Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, Public School System. Dwight’s secondary Education included Georgia Youth Military Academy in Augusta, Georgia. He later enrolled in the GED Program at South Georgia Technical College, Americus, Georgia with plans to enroll in the Commercial Driver’s License Program.

 At an early age Dwight began attending church including Love of Christ Outreach Ministry, Victory Worship Center, and Oasis World Outreach Center, Americus, Georgia. Dwight was always willing tohelp his family and friends. He loved life and he enjoyed making people laugh.

 He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Mr. Alphonso Westbrook; and paternal grandfather, Mr. Ben Johnson. In addition to his parents, Dwight Hundrey Harrison, Sr., Attapulgus, Georgia and Valerie Westbrook-Porter, Americus, Georgia, he leaves to cherish his loving memories, his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Berta Lembrick Westbrook-Winns, Americus, Georgia and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Doris Harrison Suldon, Attapulgus, Georgia; one sister: Jasmine Merritt, Americus, Georgia, and one brother, Eric Hawkins, Jr., Fort Smith, Arkansas; two nephews: Jamar Merritt and Kameron Paschal, Americus, Georgia; step-father, Mr. Eric Porter; six uncles: Andre Westbrook, Americus, Georgia; Lorenzo (Alexia) Walters, Lawrenceville, Georgia; Willie Harrison, Cairo, Georgia, Timothy Harrison, Havana, Florida, Henry Harrison, Tallahassee, Florida, and Curtis Harrison, Whigham, Georgia; six aunts: Angela Westbrook-Foster, Americus, Georgia, Gwen (Elder Shelby) Hall, Americus, Georgia, Corene Westbrook-Milledge, Americus, Georgia, Doris (John) Perry, Attapulgus, Georgia; Diane (Henry) Campbell, Attapulgus, Georgia; and Priscilla (Tony) Smith, Leesburg, Georgia; godbrother: Sedrick Clemons, Atlanta, Georgia; godmothers: Natasha Foster, Montgomery, Alabama and Laketa Watts McClaster, Putney, Georgia; a devoted friend, Derrick Wafford, a host of great aunts and uncles, cousins and other relatives and friends survive.

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Ramona Ellison United States
11/6/2018 5:04:19 AM #

To The Dwight Family, Life is such a precious gift from our God Jehovah (Psalms 83:18) and when that life is lost it brings such great sorrow. The Bible promises at  Acts 24:14  "...there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and unrighteousness ." The Bible assures use that our love ones will live again when God allows Jesus to call them back to life to live on a paradise earth. Psalms 37:11 says "the meek will possess the earth and they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace." The Bible guarantees a bright future for obedient mankind. Please put your hope in Gods promises.


Louise United States
11/6/2018 5:44:44 AM #

I would like to send my condolences to the family of Mr Harris.I know losing someone you love in death is very sad but we can all look forward to the time when the almighty God tells us that he will do away with all things that causes pain and suffering even death. (Rev.21:3,4)I am so sorry for your loss.


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