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James Earl Harp Jr.

Mr. James Earl Harp Jr. was born in Houston, Texas on May 7, 1986 to Gwenevea Glenn and James Harp Sr. James was the third child of five from Gwenevea. James attended public schools in Houston, Texas: Dogan Elementary, Fleming Middle School and Phillis Wheatley High School. James accepted Christ at a early age. His favorite bible verse was, 1 Corinthians 13:11 - When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when i became a man, I put away childish things. James was a person full of love, caring and joy. He always had a smile on his face. He was a hard worker and a dedicated man. James last worked in environmental services for St. Luke's Hospital.

James met and married Jameca Rodgers-Harp on October 23, 2012 and to this union they had one son. On Friday, March 13, 2020, James Harp Jr. received his heavenly wings from the Lord.

James leaves to chrerish his memory his loving wife Jameca Rodger-Harp; three precious children: Jamyra Harp, Jeremiah Harp and Jacobi Harp; his caring mother Gwenevea Glenn, devoted father James Harp Sr.; two passionate sisters: Latricie Martin and Sahara Glenn; three strong hearted brothers: Marcus Glenn, Jerrod Glenn and Xavier Mitchell; Two compassionate aunts Renea Dailey and Pamela Glenn; and one uncle Carlton Glenn and a host of other nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.


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Love is the only thing that can defeat death. Anyone who cultivated love throughout their life will never really die. We live as long as the love we leave behind. No matter where death takes us, love stays of a proof of our existence. Never stop sharing your memories, and make James immortal. He loved kids, and they loved him. He didn't want to turn you down, and was willing to share what he had. James wasn't afraid to stand up and speak out. I think that James dreamed of being a NASCAR driver, because getting in the car with him was heart pounding:)!! He was a talented barber, and just an awesome guy. My heart goes out to the family.
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d Jun 14 2020 12:00 AM

James Harp was a great friend very smart respectful!fantastic sense of hummor he was always there when ever someone needed a helping hand he was very funny making everyone laugh James harp had a wounderful smile he would lid up the entire room when he was present he was my homie I cain't believe a kind hearted person like him would leave us like that he didn't deserve this I am deeply yet for he's lost he been a friend of mines since the #7th.grade all the way thru #12th.grade we both attended E.O.Smith Middle and Phillis Wheatley High RIH!J-Bizzle James Harp we miss you always!be remembered and never be forgotten.we will continue loving and remembering you no matter what?fly high with Tony Williams Harold Johnson and the rest of the other fallen #5th.ward soldiers that have passed as well from Houston T.x.

Yara Vallecilla Apr 3 2020 12:00 AM