Cleo ‘Bud’ Harrison dies in Eagle
Cleo ‘Bud’ Harrison died Monday in EagleFriends and family members said Harrison was a patriotic man, skilled craftsman, guitar player and loving father who lived in the Eagle Valley all his life. He served four years in the Air Force and worked with his parents at Harrisons’ Cafe. For the majority of his life, he was a timberman and carpenter. He also was a maintenance worker at Golden Eagle Senior Center in Eagle. Harrison is survived by his mother, Genola Harrison of Brighton, sister Georgia Schiessler of Brighton; daughters Rhonda Steggall, Cheryl Harrison and Stefanie Cramer; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A memorial will be held at the Eagle Baptist Church on Thursday.
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