Sybil Harrison

Sybil Annette Harrison

December 25, 1923 - May 13, 2020
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Sybil Annette Harrison, 96, originally resided in Rialto, California, passed away on 13, May 2020 in Bloomington, California. She was born December 25, 1923 to Annie Wardlow in Texas before Annie's tragic passing when Sybil was just 10 years old. She would go on to be raised by her loving grandparents, Thomas and Henrietta Wardlow.

Sybil met and married the love of her life, Frank Harrison. They were married 30 wonderful years and together they attended Rialto First Assembly of God. They raised 5 beautiful daughters: Connie, Annette, Lonna, Gaelynn, and Karen.

Sybil loved the Lord above all. She was a Godly woman who read her Bible daily and was always sure to keep His teachings close to her heart. She also had a great love for flowers and would tend to her vibrant garden in which she proudly grew over 50 kinds of roses and iris'.

Sybil is preceded in death by her husband, Frank, and her two daughters, Gaelynn and Karen. She is survived by her three daughters, and many, many grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
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    Ingold Funeral & Cremation
    8277 Juniper Ave
    FONTANA, CA 92335
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  • Interment

    Riverside National Cemetery
    22495 Van Buren Blvd
    RIVERSIDE, CA 92518
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Tiffeney Rojas

Posted at 01:59am
Sybil was my grandmother. Above all, she loved the lord. She taught me more than just right or wrong. She taught me about the lord. She taught me how to garden. She said God made all the trees and plants to praise him. Thats why they always reach for heaven.
She taught me how to sew. We made two tops and a blanket. The tops were a nightmare. Having to pull out stiches and redo. She always had a godly example, shed say, this must be how god feels when we do wrong. Having a plan and it not turning out the way it should. She loved every single one of her children , all the way down to her great great grandchildren. She had a list of each of their names. Every single night she would pray for every single one of them. Every night. Im going to miss her prayers. She was a prayer warrior!!! I am so glad she finally get to be in the presence of the lord. She was a good servant. Faithful and true.

Tiffeney Rojas Posted at 02:29am

I loved her very much!!!

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