Christopher Alan Harmon

July 3rd, 1962January 5th, 2021

Christopher Alan Harmon passed away from complications of diabetes on January 5, 2021 in Brighton, Colorado.

Chris was born on July 3, 1962 in Paso Robles, California to Alvin and Donna (Bumpas) Harmon.

The family moved to Longmont, Colorado when Chris was an infant.

Chris attended Longmont schools, graduating from Skyline High school in 1980. He played the trombone and was active in the band program. After high school he joined the Coast Guard, stationed in New Orleans and Wisconsin.

He worked at various jobs. He was also self-employed in construction for a time.

Chris was preceded in death by his parents, Al and Donna Harmon.

He is survived by a brother, Kelly (Sally) Harmon of Frederick, Colorado. His sister Lynna (Sonny) Liston of Washougal, Washington. Elisa Cook, a friend, helped him manage his care during his illness with diabetes. Also, several nieces and nephews and cousins.

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Condolences

Chris, my brother. You have fought the difficult battle of diabetes. We know your pain and suffering have finally let go, and we pray you have found peace. May God rest your soul. Love, Kelly and Sally
Hey chris its benny, thanks for being decent twords me.
I'll always you teaching me about computers when they first came out and always trying to teach me something. I'll remember you being at most of my special events growing up to support me. I pray you find peace and no longer have to suffer in pain. With Love, Valerie
I'll always have memories of you teaching me about computers when they first came out and always trying to teach me something. I'll remember you being at most of my special events growing up to support me. I pray you find peace and no longer have to suffer in pain. With Love, Valerie
Chris, my youngest brother passed on January 5th. I loved you because you are my brother. You tried hard after Mom passed to be happy but your fight with diabetes prevented you from finding that happiness. You are missed and I will carry fond memories of you when you were a small child, telling you to shut up so I could go to sleep. Chip and I pray you find the peace and happiness you longed for. We will remember you always. Love you, Lynna
Sending our condolences and prayers. Andy & Karen Caravas
Lisa and I are truly sorry to hear the loss of your brother, Chris. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you and your family at this time. Your parents I’m sure have welcomed him home. Chad and Lisa Nicaise
Sending my thoughts, prayers, and heartfelt condolences. Chris, I am going to miss you. Rest in paradise my dear friend. Love ya! Sincerely, Lisa Valencia
Dear Cousin Chris, We shared a lot of memories growing up. I loved playing outside with all of my cousins, summer picnics, and Christmas get togethers. And as we got older and everyone started to go their separate ways, you stayed connected and always asked about my children and family. It was hard hearing about the health struggles that you faced while you were here on earth but I can take comfort in knowing that you are at peace now and resting comfortably next to your beautiful mother in father in heaven. Always, Vicki
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