Clifton Randolph Harmon entered into eternal rest at his residence on October 10, 2020. He was born on January 29, 1944 in Melfa, Virginia to the late Mildred Mae Harmon.
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“Rubber Duck,” as he was affectionately known, was educated in the public schools of Accomack County and was a 1963 graduate of Mary N. Smith High School. Upon graduation, he entered the United States Army, where he proudly served his country for two years. He later entered the workforce at Perdue Farms, where he caught chickens for many years.
On June 18, 1965, Clifton married the love his life, Barbara Watson Harmon. Their union was blessed with fifty-five years of love and three beautiful daughters.
At a young age, Clifton joined the congregation of Jerusalem Baptist Church in Temperanceville, Virginia. He also sang on the choir in his youth.
Clifton loved baseball and possessed great talent in the game. This is where he gained the nickname “Rubber Duck.” He would dominate the diamond with his skills, but it was said he ran like a duck, thus the name “Rubber Duck.”
He leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife, Barbara C. Harmon; three daughters, Carla Harmon of Mappsville, VA, Valarie Ross of Horntown, VA, and Tameka Holden of Stockton, MD; four grandchildren, Kievon Harmon of Mappsville, VA, Trivon (Rajett) Harmon of Salisbury, MD, Wychita Ross of Accomac, VA, and Tyric Holden of Salisbury, MD; nine great-grandchildren, Aquarius Ross, Jyshaun Ross, Jahiem Boggs, Daliyah Harmon, Jayden Harmon, London Harmon, Neveah Harmon, Kennedy Snead-Harmon, and Kie’Leona Blackwelder; uncle, Marion Harmon; two sisters-in-law, Doris Broadwater and Patricia Watson; and a host of other relatives and friends.