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Eula Harrison

Eula Lea Harrison

July 15, 1925 - April 24, 2020
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Donna Shimpfky

Posted at 11:51am
In 1969, we moved to Greeley. The beginning of really getting to know Punkie. She taught me how to make Cabbage burgers, which was a well known favorite to Greeley residents. At Christmas time we spent the day helping Punkie and Great Grandma baking cookies and Punkie’s special Chex mix from scratch. Kim would babysit Tami at home, but when Joey came along, the kids went to Punkie’s when we went out. They loved it there and Punkie and Bill loved to have the little ones for the day or evening. We felt very much at home in that house on 15th Ave. I was very sad when Joe’s promotion meant we had to leave Greeley. Oh and yes, Punkie did get me to become a Tupperware dealer, while living there.

Kathryn Houtchens

Posted at 05:37pm
As Kimberly was my best friend growing up, I spent many hours at the Harrison home. The loving memories that you share of your Aunt Eula brought back happy and sentimental thoughts. The homemade caramels, the cinnamon rolls, the basement maze filled floor to ceiling with Tupperware, her tremendous sewing and pattern-making skills, and willingness to take in a spastic kitten are just a few. I recall Kim and Eula grinding leftover meat for a roast beef salad so delicious that I have thought of it many times in my life, intending to try it myself but never finding time. Perhaps I will get out my never-used manual grinder, channel Kim and Eula and finally try it as my own personal tribute to her passing. She was a talented and lovely woman who filled her home with many riches. My condolences on your loss.

Barbara Suhre

Posted at 11:31am
Many wonderful years spent with Eula in my shop ! Once a week I’d do her hair and learn so many wonderful lessons and hear wonderful stories ! A wonderful role model in love and faith ! Eula now you’re a beautiful Angel soaring high ! ❤️🙏

Laurel Marcucci

Posted at 05:17pm
On of my favorite memories of Punkie is our Brazelton Family Reunion in 2000 at Kathy and Daves when we were all sitting around telling stories and family lore when suddenly Punkie stood up in the middle of the group and announced she had a surprise for all of us. She then revealed a bag under her arm and reached in with her hand and threw out a hand full of her home made caramels over the crowd! It happened so fast and we didn't know what to think at first! Of course she repeated this throwing over and over until they were all gone and everyone was filled with delight! Just love her.

Laurel Marcucci

Posted at 05:05pm
We certainly did LOVE her didn't we! I remember when I was young and my parents would go to summer school in Greeley and there was Punkie ready to take me. When I was married she held the best Tupperware party for me at Auntie Tootsies. Oh and when I had my first baby Punkie was so happy! She encouraged me to sell Tupperware after Gina was born so I could be a stay at home mom. She was always there for me! She was there when I lost both my parents. Gosh, I guess I am rambling to much but she was just like a second mother and I did, I loved her very much as I know you all did.


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