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February 16, 1973 ~ October 19, 2023 (age 50) 50 Years Old
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Dino Harrison, was born February 16th, 1973 to Gene Harrison and Betty Chavez. Dino belongs to the Tlogi clan, (Harry People), born to Taneeszahhnii, clan (the tangle people). He brought warmth and joy to this world for 50 remarkable years. It is with heavy hearts that we announce his untimely passing on Thursday October 19th, 2023. Dino was survived by his four sisters, Patty, Sherry, Raquel and Ronalda. He had 5 nieces and nephews. They are Patricia, Brittany, Jason, Jamie and Lucas. He had 2 great nieces Gabriella and Azayliegh. He is proceeded in death by his father Gene Harrison, mother Betty Chavez, his Grandmother Nellie Chopo Begay and His Aunts Momma Alice and Momma Annie. His uncle Chee Largo and Uncle Tom Lee Begay. Dino zest for life was as towering as the mountains he adored and his memory will forever be a beacon of light to those who had the privilege of knowing him.
Dino's love for the mountains was a defining aspect of his life. Whether he was scaling their peaks, hiking their lush forests or simply gazing at their majestic beauty. My uncle would walk for hours, miles into the mountains. The mountains were his sanctuary. He found solace in their grander and taught us the importance of cherishing the natural world.
Dina was equally passionate about fishing. A hobby that brought him endless joy. He raveled in the peaceful hours spent by the water sharing tales of the ones that got away and the ones he gladly caught. His enthusiasm for fishing was infectious and he transformed these memories into treasured memories for the ones fortunate enough to accompany him on his angling adventures.
My uncle also loved peaches with a passion. He would often be found savoring a Peach one of his favorites. He couldn't wait for peaches to be in season. If they weren't in season he would eat can peaches, peach pies and peach yogurt and even drink peach soda. Yes, there is such a thing as peach sodas. Reminding us to appreciate life simple pleasures and to find delight in the sweetness it offers. So today in his honor we will enjoy peach cobber with ice cream after the service.
Moreover Dino loved the Lord and he knew the Lord loved him. He knew the Bible more than anyone I know. He loved talking about scripters and having deep discussions. He was also a praying man. He believed God cared not only for our big needs but also for our desires
As we say our good byes for now, let us remember Dino's spirit, which soared like the mountains he cherished, found serenity by the water's edge, celebrated the sweetness of life though the simple joys of a sweet juicy summer peach and stood tall through his friendship and faith in God.