Larry Ulshawn Harrison | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

December 2, 1968 - June 21, 2020

Larry Ulshawn Harrison, was born in Chicago, ILLINOIS on December 2, 1968, to the proud parents of Jessie Harrison and Larry Brown.

He was a man of love and peace and family was important to him. Shawn grew up in a Christian family.

Shawn departed this life on Sunday, June 21, 2020. He was preceded in death by his Father Larry Brown.

He leaves to cherish his memory: His Mother Jessie Harrison and Hafeez; his children, Darrion, Devin, Dorreann, Lil Shawn, Marissa, Mary, Pepsy & Rayshawn; three brothers, Maurice, Sheldon & Tony; maternal aunt and uncles, Mamie and John Jones & Charles W. Harrison; and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, family & Friends.

Shawn was:
Quiet. Baseball Heavy Hitter in youth, Observant. Loving. Patient. A man of few words. Helpful. A Son. A Father. A Brother. Grandfather, Calm Spirit. A Cousin, Nephew and Friend. Caring. Slow to anger. Man of Faith. Loved his baseball caps. Loyal. Family Man. Gentle. Had a contagious laugh. Loving his Mother. ..... by your cousin, Tarneka.

The family wishes to extend our sincere appreciation for your expressions of love during this difficult time. May God Bless and keep each and every one of you.

Due to COVID-19, the funeral service is private.


  1. Harrison Tarneka Hykka says:

    Rest, my big Cousin Rest!!

    • Dan Hunter says:

      The Hunter Family wish to extend our Condolence to the Harrison Family and Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you All

  2. Gail Buck says:

    Shawn , I am going to miss you and your crazy little messages you would send me ! You left us way to soon but I know you will watch over us. Until we meet again. ❤️ Fly like an Eagle!!!

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