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ORLAND – Harrison Vincent Damon, 17, died March 5, 2007, as a result of a tragic accident in Prospect. He was born Dec. 29, 1989, in Nuernberg, Bavaria, Germany, the son of Bruce Damon and Lisa (Clendenning-Damon) White. Harrison had attended the Liberty School in Blue Hill and several other local grade schools. He was a member of the Bucksport High School, Class of 2009. He was a member of Boy Scout Troop 102, the Sea Scout Ship 1102, an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow, the Bucksport Track Team and the Movie Club. Harrison attended the Orland United Methodist Church and had many hobbies, which included doing puzzles, hunting, cooking, reading and listening to country music. He enjoyed having fun, being with his family and helping others. He had a love of life unmatched by anyone. His politeness and kind ways extended beyond his family and never faltered in his short 17 years. He was predeceased by his great-grandmother, Mary Candage; his grandfather, Vincent Damon, whom he loved very much. He is survived by his loving parents, father and stepmother, Bruce and Michelle Damon of Orland; his mother and stepfather, Lisa and Kevin White of Blue Hill; his brothers, Tyler and fiance, Brittany Davis, Zachary and Adam; his sisters, Erinn, Haley, Emily and Stephanie; great-grandmother, Mary Eaton of Brooklin; grandparents, Lou-ella and Ken Spaulding of Bucksport, Carol Damon of Brooklin, Lorraine Duffy of Penobscot and Betty McEachern of Barrington, N.H.; niece, Maddison; and nephew, Devin; aunts, uncles and cousins, Brian and Jennie Damon and children, Tim, Ben and Caitlyn, Bradley Damon and children, Dylan and Melissa, Barry and Melissa Damon and children, Joshua, Amber and Brandy, Terry Damon and children, Tim and Ben, Laurie and Tom Jackson and children, Jordan, Andrea and Ryan, Randy Clendenning, Ronald Clendenning and daughter, Courtney, Todd and Tera Gellerson and children, Oliver, Alorah, Ellie and Megan, Tracy and Barry Duffy and daughter Amy, Paula and Bob Gray of Sedgwick; special friends, Kelly, David and Thomas Bouchard, Reggie and Matthew Bamford, Brittany and Michael Bryant; many more special friends and teachers that he touched in his short life. A celebration of Harrison’s life will be held 4 p.m. Friday, April 20, at the Franklin Street United Methodist Church, Bucksport, with Pastor Janice Rhenow officiating. The family suggests that those who desire may make contributions in Harrison’s memory to the Harrison V. Damon Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 159, Frankfort, ME 04438 or The Nichols Day Camp Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 472, Blue Hill, ME 04614. There is also a culinary arts scholarship being formed at Bucksport High School. Arrangements by Mitchell-Tweedie Funeral Home, 28 Elm St., Bucksport.

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