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Henrietta Harrison
November 04, 1946 - October 28, 2016


Saturday, January 07, 2017 6:47 PM

Henrietta was uniquely wise, intelligent, and caring - an angel who walked among us and helped me make sense of confusing and challenging situations.

Sincerest condolences to her beloved family.
Katherine Lavin (Lighthouse Point, FL)

Sunday, November 06, 2016 4:15 PM

I am saddened to hear of your loss of Henrietta. The passing of many years has not diminished my memory of her graciousness and the fun we had together during your Chicago years. May your memories of the 47 wonderful, loving years together provide you some solace.
Joe Doherty (Chicago, IL)

Sunday, November 06, 2016 9:47 AM

Henrietta was with Marshall a most lovely and dear friend for forty years. Her enjoyment and appreciation of life which enriched all who came across her was interspersed with an unusual wisdom, always bestowed with charm that could only come from a truly loving heart. And so she had that magical gift of helping others and bringing out the best in those around her. We will miss her very greatly.

I can well recall today a dinner of forty years back, when she cooked most delicious goulash and of course the other courses had to be Hungarian too - Marshall produced wines to match and the music was Hungarian as well! All was accompanied by much Harrison laughter. We will treasure many memories and their great friendship for ever as well as that of Alexander and Zachery. Our hearts go out to Marshall and Zachery. She and Alexander will be dearly missed - we loved her enormously and will be planting a tree on the South Downs this fall in her memory.
David Jones (London, UK.)

Friday, November 04, 2016 11:53 AM

Henrietta helped me through some trying times in my life. She will be sorely missed. My condolences to her family.
Budd Tunick (Stamford, CT)

Monday, October 31, 2016 12:17 PM

I will always remember Henrietta as my coach in the beginning years of training as a marital & family therapist. I appreciate her time, guidance, and support through my process. My condolences to her family during this time of loss.
Terry Kang (Hamden, CT)

Monday, October 31, 2016 11:20 AM

When I think of Henrietta I think of her beautiful smile and warm greetings. My deepest sympathy for your loss.
Barbara Carriero (Fairfield, CT)

Monday, October 31, 2016 9:50 AM

Henrietta was a great help to me some years ago when I was having difficulties in my career and in my marriage. Her patient listening, her sound advice, and her warm smile were valued and appreciated. My deepest sympathy goes to her family.
Jacqueline Masumian (Westport, CT)

Monday, October 31, 2016 9:05 AM

Henrietta immediately made me feel quite comfortable and at ease the first time I met her. I’m quite sure she had this effect on most everyone she knew. As a mother of young children and wife, I have such admiration for Henrietta’s accomplishments both at home and professionally. A long, happy marriage, raising two sons and running her own successful practice she certainly has left a beautiful mark on this world. My thoughts and prayers are with Marshall and Zachary.
Sarah Geary (Fairfield, CT)

Sunday, October 30, 2016 9:32 PM

Where to begin? My association with the Harrison family is more valued than it is lengthy and it goes back a long way. You have always been a valued family and the kind of friends one doesn't see nearly enough, but always has a special place for. I am so sorry for your and our loss. Lynn joins in sending condolences and hugs to you, Marshall, and to you, Zach!
Phil Lilienthal (Reston, VA)

Sunday, October 30, 2016 5:28 PM

Marshall, Zachary and Alexander I am so sorry to hear about your loss.
I met Henrietta at the Learning Center and connected with her immediately. We shared our professional goals as well as our personal lives. I had the good fortune to not only be a colleague of hers, but to have her as a friend. While I lived in Westport, we shared many pleasant lunches together....sharing stories of our love and pride in our children and our love and respect for our husbands.
My husband Joe and I were honored to be invited to a bar mitzvah for....sorry forgot if it was for Alexander or Zachary....what a wonderful event!
We moved to CA 15 years ago and to my surprise while she was visiting my city of Santa Cruz, she took the time to lunch with me, which I was and still am grateful.
I always admired her strength, ambition and love of her family.
She will be missed.
Deborah Quigg (Santa Cruz, CA)
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