In Memory

Tyson Harmon - Class Of 1993

Tyson Harmon

Robert Tyson Harmon, 17, of Rt. 4, Delphi, died at approximately 8:30 p.m. Nov. 29, 1991, in a car-truck accident at the intersection of State Roads 75 and 26 in Clinton County.
  A junior at Delphi Community High School, he was the son of Charles and Tanya Harmon Gosett.
  Born Nov. 15, 1974, in Logansport, he attended Longfellow Elementary School in Logansport.  He had resided in Delphi the past seven years.
  He played football at DCHS and was a pitcher and third baseman on the school's baseball team.  He played basketball in middle school and during his freshman year, and also was on the middle school track team.
  He was a member of the high school a cappella choir, Varsity D Club, and French Club, and enjoyed hunting.
  He worked last summer at the B & K Hot Dog Stand in Monticello.
  Surviving are his parents, a sister, Sandy Flenar, at home; a stepsister, Jennifer Gossett of Logansport; maternal grandparents, Harold Gordon of Claypool and Sheila Gordon of Anderson, paternal grandmother, Norma Gossett of Muncie; and maternal great-grandmother, Esther Shipman of Peru.
  Services were Tuesday at the Delphi United Methodist Church with Rev. Pat Tobin officiating.  Burial was in Masonic Cemetery.  Horn Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
  Memorial contributions may be made to the Tyson Harmon Memorial Fund. c/o INB National Bank N.W., Delphi.
Obituary notice taken from the Carroll County Comet, Wednesday, December 4, 1991

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09/09/09 02:50 PM #1    

Jennifer Garrison (Banes) (1993)

A day never goes by, you are in our thoughts. Miss you Ty!

12/24/09 02:16 PM #2    

Jennifer Cripe (Gates) (1993)

I think about you often and miss you every day.

10/12/10 07:59 PM #3    

Mark Roth (1993)

Love and miss you Ty.

05/03/12 10:54 PM #4    

Brandy Bingman (Michelle) (1993)

We got to know each other in study. I just wanted to say you were such a sweet guy who always very to cool to me. I miss you! And god bless you.

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