Obituary for Lee Ethel Harrison

A celebration of life honoring Lee Ethel Harrison “Miss Lee”. Lee Ethel Harrison’s earthly arrival was July 21, 1928, her heavenly arrival was April 20, 2020. She was born to the honorable Wellington Jenkins, Sr. and Laura H. Jenkins in Sicily Island, LA.

Her professional career included working as the store manager at Sean’s Grocery Store in Monroe, Louisiana. She was affectionately called Miss Lee by many in the community. She also was employed as a resource teacher at Caddo Bossier Association for the Disabled in Bossier City, Louisiana.

During her early years, in life, she attended the Leland Baptist Church in Sicily Island, Louisiana. In 1976 she was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost under the leadership of Elder Thomas Kennedy the pastor of Ebenezer Church of God in Christ and Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ in Ruston, Louisiana. Later in her life due to her health and other difficulties she fellowshipped with Bethel Church of God in Christ in Monroe, Louisiana under the leadership of Superintendent Charles A. Stevenson, Sr.

She was a faithful servant of the Lord as she worked with the various ministries in the church and attended Sunday school. She also served on the Mothers’ Board. She allowed the Holy Ghost to guide her, to teach her, and to help her regularly share God’s words of Salvation, words of deliverance, peace, protection, and healing with all mankind.

Her family and friends will continue to cherish the memories of Mother Lee Ethel Harrison.

Her husband Roosevelt Harrison and daughter Gwendolyn McCaskill preceded her in death.

She leaves to cherish her memory her daughter Jacqueline Crump of Monroe, Louisiana, her brother Woodrow Jenkins of Monroe, Louisiana, her sister Thelma Brown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, four grandchildren Kendall Crump of Dallas, Texas, Melanie Johnson (Larry) of Dallas, Texas, Tabitha McCaskill of Ruston, Louisiana, Tamika McCaskill-Whitley (Caletis) of Ruston, Louisiana. She has four lovely great-grandsons: Landen, London, and Preston Johnson of Dallas, Texas, Kendall Nathaniel Crump, Jr. of Monroe, Louisiana, Andrea Kelly (Johnnie) of Monroe, Louisiana, host of other relatives, friends, Spiritual sons, and daughters.

Mother Harrison’s favorite words of encouragement:

“God is good all the time, all the time God is good. It is the people that mess up.” She also always said: “Love you more that I said it”.