Clarence Glento Harmon, 69, of Lewes, Del., passed away Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008, at home. He was a sanitation supervisor at the Townsends Agriculture Food Processing Plant for 17 years. He was a member of the Landmark Baptist Tabernacle in Milton, Del., and a member of the Nanticoke Indian Association in Millsboro, Del. He loved to “ride the roads” and visit his family, staying on the go through his illness. He loved socializing, flea markets, auctions, yard sales and camping.
Harmon was preceded in death by his parents, Isaac Wilson and Myrtle Sammons Harmon; his wife of 43 years, Conswella Muntz Harmon; his son, Jeffrey Harmon; and two sisters. He is survived by two sons, Clarence Harmon Jr. and his wife, Chantea, of Millsboro, Del., and Michael S. Harmon and his wife, Sharon, also of Millsboro; five daughters, Jessica Jackson and her husband, Horace, Glenda L. Harmon and her companion, Nathaniel Sturgis, Deanna Fonville and her husband, Frederick, Conswella E. Harmon and her husband, Robert T. Sr., and Amy Harmon, all of Millsboro; three brothers, Conrad Harmon and Jan Harmon, both of Millsboro, and Nelson Harmon of Georgia; five sisters, Betty Street of Lewes, Del., Elena Street, Beatrice Miller, June Robinson and Lorraine Johnson, all of Millsboro; 23 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and many friends.
Funeral services were scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008, with interment in Christ’s Church Cemetery, near Harbeson, Del.