The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
Many of us remember Clifford from our days in Panama. Each of us can tell our own experiences while working with this man, some funny, some serious. As our reunion group constantly searches for past members, it was a shock for us all to learn that Clifford passed away in 2012. At our annual reunions, we remember our comrades names and, we all shared our particular stories about our them, and will surely keep him in our memories in the future, until the day we all join him in that wonderful place our Lord has promised us.
A note from Clifford's son Clifford Jr....My father retired August 31st 1978 as E-7. From talking to my mother it appears that he left the Military Police about 1966 and went into Lt. Weapons Infantry until he retired. I do know he was working Audio & Visual his last 3 years and that he was part of the team at the time working on the Panama Canal Treaty. I asked my mother if she knew why he left the MP's she didn't know why and he never said why.
Retired in 1979, Fort Clayton , Panama, as a Sergeant First Cl;ass after serving 20 years in the US Army Clifford served with the 549th MP Co (Svc) in Panama from 1962 - 1966 and had 2 tours of duty in Vietnam.
All I can add was my father always thought of the family first, but he did love the military life it wasn't perfect and tough on family at times but I think he missed it just a little by the way he talked about it.
Wife: Luz B. Harris - Children: Clifford R Harris Jr., Cina L. Harris, Adda E. Harris
Retired in 1979, Fort Clayton , Panama, as a Sergeant First Cl;ass after serving 20 years in the US Army
Clifford served with the 549th MP Co (Svc) in Panama from 1962 - 1966 and had 2 tours of duty in Vietnam.