The Angels took Emmitt Wayne Harrington home Tuesday, February 6, 2018 he was a loving husband, brother, step father, uncle and friend.
Memorial services will be held 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 10, 2018. Visitation will be from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., at Emken-Linton Funeral Home in Texas City, Texas. Emmitt’s wish was to be cremated. Please dress casual.
He goes to be with his grandparents, his pop, mom, sister and nephew. He leaves behind his wife, Rita Karen Harrington; brother, Eugene Harrington and wife Dee; step son, John B. Kelly; nephew, Robert Buckner; niece-in-law, Rebecca Buckner and his four great nieces and great-great nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind his best friend, David Comeaux and wife Blanca. David and Emmitt were friends from childhood until present days. His traveling buddies, James and Joyce Richard, Mike and Lorraine McMahan, Susan and Frank Campbell and Emily Petron; hunting buddies, Tommy Taylor and C.J. and special cousin Ron Martin; special friends, Roxy and Ian Menzies;
Marian and Christa Ryan; brother and sister-in-law, Edell and Brenda Pinter; sister and brother-in-law, Robin and Jim Miller and nieces and nephews, Maegan, Matt, Clay (Monkey Boy) and Chloe; many other cousins, friends and relatives.
He will be missed beyond words can say. FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS MY LOVE!
I have many memories of you as a sweet cousin growing up together in Pt Bolivar. Tell Little Grandma and all our mutual family members "hello" for me.
Dores Martin MitchellMcMinnville, OR
Emmitt was a special friend to so many of us. I have fond memories of him and fun times in Bolivar. He will be missed very much. May my prayers go with you as you go thru this loss of your loved one. Many of us loved him also.
Carol Myers WilliamsFt Worth, TX
Some of my best childhood memories were with Emmitt. Haven’t seen you in way too many years but never forgot you or the wonderful memories. Rest well my friend and we will meet again.
Susan Hughes KeselBiloxi, MS
Many wonderful childhood memories shared that made us friends forever. Did not see you much since then, but when we did we did not miss a beat. Get heaven ready for the rest of us...see you then.
Pamela Monteau Lambert,
Still so hard to believe you're gone, but you've left us with memories that no one can take away. Your friendship can never be duplicated. Couldn't have asked for a better friend and fishing partner. Sure going to miss our chats and visits. See you again some day!
David and Blanca ComeauxLa Marque, TX
I will miss you little brother. We had a couple great hunting trips together. I will always remember little toot toot.
Randall Eugene Harrington Jr.Brazoria, TX