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May 01, 2013
My deepest condolences. I knew Judge Harrison in 1976 when I returned to my hometown of Edwardsville to practice law. I respected him for his high degree of integrity, fairness, and respect for everyone who appeared in front of him. I am sorry for your loss.
April 30, 2013
Sharon, Clarence, and family,
So sorry for your loss. My mother, Carol, always had such great things to say about the Harrison Family. He will be dearly missed that I am certain. May all the happy memories soon replace the sorrow that you feel in your hearts.
April 30, 2013
My sincere condolences to Justice Harrison's family. He was a giant in Illinois' legal community. As an appellate lawyer, I argued many death penalty cases before the Illinois Supreme Court during his tenure on the court. In being among the first jurists in Illinois to recognize and speak out about the flaws and injustices inherent in our capital punishment process, Justice Harrison was a prophet and a statesman.

Jewish law says, "whoever destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed an entire world, and whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world." Justice Harrison saved the entire world. His wisdom and humanity will be sorely missed.
April 30, 2013
Our hearts are saddened by the passing of this fine human being, outstanding Judge, and dear friend to us and to so many. Judge Harrison was in his daily life and profession what so many of us hope to be: compassionate and fair to all, kind and spiritual, defender of the least fortunate and a true friend.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sharon, Clarence and family. He will be missed by all who knew him and the state of Illinois has lost a great Champion for all of us. Sincerely, The Zaganelli Family of Collinsville
April 30, 2013
Sharon and family, Please accept my sympathy on the passing of your dear Moses. Our families have been blessed with the friendships of all of you--you and my sister June for many years, my Shelly and Luke were friends years ago, my Tammy served with young Moses in the courts, and my father who was some 20 years older than your Moses, thought he was the best thing that ever happened to Madison County! He had time for everyone--truly a respected and loved gentleman! God be with you all with His comfort and peace. Sandy Marmon Bopp

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