Sidney Harrison Jr., 38, motorcycle enthusiast

July 10, 2006

Sidney Fred Harrison Jr., who ran a home-improvement business and was an avid motorcyclist, died in a motorcycle accident Tuesday in Madisonville, Tenn.

He was 38 and lived in White Marsh.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation, said Kelly Ayers of White Marsh, his sister-in-law.

Born and raised in Brooklyn Park, Mr. Harrison graduated from Polytechnic Institute in 1985.

After graduation, he worked for several construction companies and then was employed by FedEx for 16 years in Baltimore County.

Two years ago, he began a home-improvement business in White Marsh.

He married the former Linda Ayers in 1995.

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The couple loved to hop on his Harley Davidson motorcycle on weekends and ride to New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Western Maryland.

"They would just go to enjoy the scenery and each other," his sister-in-law said.

Mr. Harrison, an animal lover, had a dog, cat and tropical fish.

He and his wife were in the process of building a house in Tennessee so they could keep more animals, including three goats, his sister-in-law said.

A memorial service is planned.

In addition to his wife, survivors include his mother and father, Rebecca and Sidney Harrison of Baltimore; and two sisters, Patricia Foor of Harford County and Ann Garecki of Baltimore.

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