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July 12, 2001 - March 27, 2021
Gage Harrison, 19, was born in Sanford, FL on 07/12/01. He lived most his life in Titusville Florida attending Apollo Elementary school, Andrew Jackson Middle school and Titusville High being a graduate of the covid dilemma year of 2020. He was an employee of O’reillys auto parts on Merritt Island while waiting to be called for his career choice with the US Naval Sealift Command, which he was a candidate for. Gage was a member of the US Naval Sea cadets from age 10 through his senior year of high school obtaining a rank of petty Officer first class and leaving with an Honorable Discharge from the Confidence Division of which he was a plank owner. Gage loved working with his Grandfather on building race cars, particularly NASCAR Whelen Modifieds which his grandfather raced in a type Vintage class. He also enjoyed restoring cars and antique British motorcycles with him, including his favorite 67 BSA Lightning, and his grandfathers 61 G9 Matchless. He loved being with his beloved grandmother whom he was incredibly close to, and called her “G” ma. He loved shopping with her and the trips he took with her up to Massachusetts and to Cape Cod were especially remembered by him. He also liked riding his Honda 600RR with close friends. Gage leaves his grandfather Warren “Larry” Larivee of Titusville, formerly of Longmeadow, Mass, his beloved Grandmother Diane Larivee, (nee Lavoie, Reed), formerly of Wolcott, CT., both of which he lived and grew up with. His maternal mother Jessica Lavoie, and paternal father Chad P. Harrison. He also leaved his brother Chad P Harrison Jr., 18, and two half sisters Cordasia Smith 14, and Janasia Smith 12, both of Rockledge, FL. Also a close cousin Araya Lavoie of Rustin, LA. He also leaves uncles and aunts, a great Uncle and aunt, and a great grandfather, along with all his numerous extremely close family friends and extended families on Cape Cod, and Longmeadow, Mass. All donations on his behalf should be made in his name to Holmes Regional Hospital Trauma center.