Harrison Scott Corl April 28th 1987 – September 28th 2021. Harrison was born to parents Richard S. Corl and Jo Ann (Little) Corl in Houston, TX, their first and only child. Even though his parents divorced when he was young, they continued having a cordial relationship as his parents and both stayed active in his life. His Aunt Beth was also very involved in his upbringing and care. His father remarried when Harrison was seven and he became part of a blended family and suddenly had two older brothers that he adored.
Harrison was outgoing and made friends wherever he went. He was a very caring person and had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to play practical jokes. He loved the outdoors and hunting, was learning to fish and was attending college to study wildlife management with a goal of being a game warden.
He was in a relationship with a woman he loved very much, Alithia Hinojosa Ambriz, and she loved him as well and they were planning to spend their lives together.
He is survived by his Father, stepmother Sandra F. Corl, stepbrothers and their wives, Logan and Rebecca Haire, Casey Haire and Erin Hill, his Aunt Bethany (Corl) Thomas, Randall Corl and Victoria (Corl) Gurnack and many cousins and relatives. He was preceded in death by his birth mother, all his grandparents, and several of his friends.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at Live Oak Friends Meeting, 1318 W 26th St. in Houston, Tx on October 30, 2021 from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The service will also be available on Zoom. If you plan to attend, please wear a mask in consideration of other attendees.
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