Albert Lee Harmon was born in Norwalk, CT on February 18, 1958 to the late Albert Lee Harmon, Sr. and Lillian Brickhouse Harmon. Albert departed this earth on June 17, 2021 in Bridgeport, CT.
The Family moved to New York City, where he grew up and was loved by all who met him. He enjoyed his Harlem life and was affectionately known on the block as "Little T-Bone". He was educated in the New York City Public School System, attended Louise B. Brandeis High School until his return to his hometown of Norwalk to be with his childhood sweetheart, Mary Johnson. Albert and Mary went on to make a loving home in Connecticut. They later welcomed their only child Sherrie Johnson into the world and begin their family life together.
Albert worked various jobs throughout Connecticut as he settled into his new life. He overcome many struggles in his lifetime, but always seemed to "bounce back". He was known for his gentle soul and quiet demeanor. He spoke softly (mumbled LOL), but spoke with strength and honesty. he devoted himself to his family ...affectionately raising his grandchildren and great grandchildren. They were his world. he was meticulous and organized...and we all know how neat and clean he was...and expected everyone around him to be the same. The family truly enjoyed his last days with us. He loved watching his sports and debating with his son-in-law Troy Christopher --riding with his New York roots he was a die-hard Knicks Fan -- always waiting for the Big Knicks comeback!!
He left us too soon, he will truly be missed. We enjoyed joking with him about finally becoming the "old man"...he embraced it and laughed it off. He loved being a Grandfather. He would want to tell his Sweet Angel Navaeh -- "I will always watch over you and protect you"; and to Little Richard, "Grandpa got your back...grow strong Little Soldier".
Albert was predeceased by his loving wife Mary Johnson Harmon; his parents Albert Lee Sr. and Lillian Harmon; oldest brother Anthony Harmon; sister Cheryl Harmon Perry; brother-in-law Keith Perry; sister-in-law Linda Harmon. He leaves to mourn his daughter Sherrie Christopher; son-in-law Troy Christopher; grand-daughter Niritza Palma; grandson Quran Christopher; great grand-daughter Nevaeh Vallejo; great grandson Richard Estaba, Jr.; brother Kendall Harmon; sister Stacey Bolling; brother-in-law Anthony Bolling; sister Deidre Green; brother-in-law Robert Green; his loving cousins, and a host of nieces and nephews, family and friends.