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freelance/self-employed writer

Charles Edward Harrison, American freelance/self-employed writer. Recipient Recognition Certified, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1989.


Harrison, Charles Edward was born on January 31, 1923 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of George Edmund Senior and Iona May (Gollus) Harrison.


Bachelor, Dickinson College, 1950. Bachelor of Divinity, Temple University, 1953. MTh, United Theological Seminary, 1956.


Minister, Methodist Church, Hickory Town, Pennsylvania, 1949-1951;minister, Methodist Church, Gordon, Pennsylvania, 1953;private practice teacher, 1955-1974;freelance writer, Castle Point, New York, since 1975. Consultant and advisor in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author: P.O.O.O.F./Georgia, 1979, When Presidents Cried, 1986, 168 Hours (first Ecumencial book ever written relating to the total world situation today, may be most important book written in this cnetury holding mankind together) 1990. Songwriter: Grumbler, Nursei, I Am America, Tears, You Can Smile, The Grey Submarine, Alcohol, Don't Quit, History of the Ashland Frackville Valley. Inventee in field.


Leader Veterans fr Congressman Benjamin Gilman, 1988. President Veterans for Robert Dole Presidential primary, 1988. Assistant director for Governor of Arizona campaign manager, 1972.

Member American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, Veterans of Foreign Wars (Certified 1989), Arizona-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Paralyzed Veterans American, Elks (life, Medal 1987).


Married June Kerestes, May 6, 1943 (divorced). (widowed) children: Charlene, June, Donald, Diane, Nichole Ra.

George Edmund Senior Harrison

Iona May (Gollus) Harrison

June Kerestes

Charlene Harrison

June Harrison

Donald Harrison

Diane Harrison

Nichole Ra Harrison