Eric "Bubba" Harmon
Eric Antonio Harmon, went to be with his Father God on September 28, 2017 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, Maryland. Eric, better known as “Bubba,” was born in Hopeton, Virginia to Edward and Janette Harmon.
Bubba attended Accomack County Public Schools. After graduating from high school, he joined the work force at Davis Auto Center in New Church, Virginia. He worked there for twenty-one years. Upon their closing, Eric began to do other odd jobs.
Bubba attended Metompkin Baptist Church and was baptized there.
On December 24, 1991, he married Vicky George and their union was blessed with two children, Brandon George and Erykah Harmon, and a stepson, Dontrel George.
Bubba was a very outgoing person, like his grandfather, the late Robert Hall and uncle, the late Chester Hall; he never met a stranger. Everyone he met became his family and friend. Bubba enjoyed cooking, talking on the phone, and doing mechanical work. He could really burn a phone up. His favorite saying was, “I’m still living ain’t I?”
Bubba was preceded in death by his grandparents and two uncles.
He leaves to mourn his loss: his wife of twenty-five years, Vicky Harmon; parents, Edward Lee and Janette Harmon; three children, Dontrel George, Brandon George, and Erykah Harmon; six grandchildren, Xzorion, Zalaya, Denarius, Akeelah, Nakeelah, and Natalie; sister, Tonya D. Alexander; four aunts, Phyllis Hall (Wayne), Patricia (Thomas) Roberts, Shirley (Garry) Jackson, and Shirley Bunting; three uncles, Robert (Deborah) Hall, Jr., James (Lolita) Hall, Sr., and Thomas (Arlene) Riley; brother-in-law, Adrian Drummond; nieces, Lanazja Alexander, and Aaliyah Drummond; special cousins, Bryant Roberts, Sr. and Raquel Hall; Gregory Trower, who was like a brother; and a host of other relatives and friends.