Armani Lamar Harper-Reed

Suisun City, California

1996 - 2017


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Aug. 28, 1996 - Nov. 3, 2017 Armani L. Harper-Reed, 21, of Suisun, passed away tragically on Friday, Nov. 3, in Suisun. Armani was born in Berkeley. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 3 to 7 p.m., at Mt. Calvary (Suisun Campus) 601 Whispering Bay Lane, Suisun. Celebration of Life...

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Death leaves a heartache that sometimes takes a lifetime to heal. Love leaves memories that no one can steal. May your memories and the love of God sustain you at this time of such great loss. Psalm 147:3

I only worked with you a few months but I could tell you were a good person my friend. You were always calm cool and collected and reminded me of my younger self. When I found out you quit to go work at a car dealership I was excited. I wanted to see how many cars you could sell. I was betting on over 10 a month. Im a huge fan of sales and negotiating tactics. I watched the way you moved people mentally and emotionally and thought this kid has no idea the gifts he has its sad to see you go so...

My sincere condolences to Shar and family. I worked with Armani's mother and her son was her entire world. She worked hard to provide for her son. She stayed on him, disciplined him and made him go to church. I was devasted to hear about Armani's passing because I know how hard his Mom worked to keep him out of harms way. My God's love comfort Shar and family! Love, Alonya

My condolences to the entire family. This was a tragic loss of a young life. I pray you all find strength and peace. God Bless you all family

I don't know you or your family but as a mother of 4 sons this breaks my heart. I was scrolling through the newspaper when I came across your passing. God bless you and condolences to your family and friends.

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I pray in the midst of your sorrow you find comfort in all
the joyful memories shared and will always cherish these beautiful memories . Romans 15:13 -


My heart goes out to you at this very difficult time.
I had Armani as a student in physical education at RHS. He had a real zest for life and Armanis' smile was his signature.

I certainly enjoyed his basketball IQ and his love for the game.


Shar and Family,

I can not fathom the depth of your pain. Armani was a great kid and my heart breaks for you all. May he rest in Peace.

Trudy Stewart

the brightest smile in the world... i'll never forget you brother... love you