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Ruby Harrison

August 18, 1943 ~ May 23, 2021 (age 77)

Obituary

Birthplace                   Palestine, TX

 

         Parents                       Deacon Willie Lee Lockridge and Mother Rosetta Lockridge (preceded in death)

         Education                   Masters of Arts in Organizational Administration and Leadership

                                             Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources

                                             Mid America Nazarene University, Olathe, KS

 

                                             Attended University of Houston, Houston, TX

                                             Attended Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX

 

Employment               Trinity Temple COGIC, Grandview, MO

                                    Century Link Telecommunications, Overland Park, KS

                                    Sprint Telecommunications, Overland Park, KS

                                    Chevron Oil & Gas Corporation, Houston, TX

 

Philanthropist             Extra Edge Training and Consulting and Uniquely You Concepts, Inc.

 

Christian                     Mother Harrison accepted Christ at Tucker COGIC, Palestine, TX. She faithfully served Journey and raised her children in the fear of God at Little York COGIC, Pastor Edwards of Houston, TX. Being led of God, she moved to Dallas, TX where she undergirded the work of Pastor Millard Harvey of the Restoration COGIC, Plano, TX.  She later became a     spiritual  pillar at Greater Harvest COGIC, Bishop Frank Smith, Pastor. In God’s divine plan, she relocated to Kansas as a Christian ambassador to Sprint. Her journey led her to join Trinity Temple COGIC, Bishop Designate Benjamin Stephens, Pastor.

 

Ministry                      While in Texas, Mother Harrison served as a Sunday School teacher, Young Women Charge Christian Council Advisor, Youth Department Leader, Business Administrator, Financial Secretary, Missionary, Bible teacher and choir member. Mother Harrison, with a spirit of excellence and with power and anointing, served the Trinity Temple Family as the Director of Christian Education and Chief Operations Officer (COO).  She often crocheted blankets for the newborns of Trinity and provided hats to women and hospital patients. She was an active participant of the Shepherds’ Team for New Members, Seniors of Wisdom, the Women’s Ministry and the Pastoral Team. 

                                               

Transition                   May 23, 2021

 

Family                         Mother Harrison leaves a legacy of strong faith and power that will never be forgotten but always celebrated by her sons Arnold (Dietri) Harrison,  Houston, TX and Gerald Harrison, Dallas, TX, Stefan, Ashton and Amarion Harrison (grandsons), Ashley Harrison (granddaughter), Thea D. Glover (sister), Dallas, TX, Willie L. (Louise) Lockridge (brother) Austin, TX. Those siblings preceding her in death are Eddie Lee Lockridge and Burl Lockridge (brothers), Marjorie Henderson and Lois David (sisters). With hearts filled with love and admiration are a host of nieces, nephews, God-sons and daughters.

 

 

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Services

Visitation
Monday
June 7, 2021

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Trinity Temple
11922 Food Ln
Grandview, MO 64030

Funeral Service
Monday
June 7, 2021

11:00 AM
Trinity Temple
11922 Food Ln
Grandview, MO 64030

Interment
Monday
June 7, 2021

1:00 PM
Longview Cemetery
12700 Raytown Road
Kansas City, MO 64149

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