Katie, Toni and Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy in your great loss of one of the most wonderful men I have ever had the privilege to know, he was a true "christian gentleman". Mayor Harrington never met a stranger and never had a bad word to say about anyone. While being Mayor 5 times, he did so many positive things to make Orange Park a better place to live. It was a joy to see him walk through the Town Hall doors in his "orange sports coat", with his silver hair shining. We loved to hear his stories of growing up in Orange Park.
I will miss him so very much.
Katie, Toni & Darry: I was so very sorry to learn of the death of your beloved husband and father. Regrettably, I was out of town when Debbie called me and was unable to return in time for the services. Earl was one of the kindest, dearest men Charlie & I had the privilege of knowing--when I think of Earl, I see his big beautiful smile and the warmth with which he always greeted you. He truly made this world a better place in which to live. May our Heavenly Father give you comfort and peace as only He can do.
- Diane Guy, Jacksonville, FL
I just now checked obituaries & saw Earl's. I feel so sad for your loss.
I will always remember his kindness & beautiful, white hair.
You have my deepest sympathy.
Helen Fake Jacksonville, Fl.
P.S. I will always remember working at Via The Grapevine with you.
Darry, I am sorry for the loss of your Father. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolences and deepest sympathies to the Harrington Family.