Copyright 2011 Crankin'Time Cycling LLC
The Resolution of
Carla J. Harris
Written by Jacqueline Jones, Crankin'TIME Cycling Club
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Whereas, the passing of our beloved Sista Carla
Harris has left us with a broken heart, we the
members of Crankintime Cycling Club acknowledge
and accept the will of our almighty father God who
never makes a mistake.  We know our hearts bleed
with sorrow, but we are comforted by knowing God
will never put more on us than we can bear.

Whereas, our beloved Sista Carla who kept a smile
no matter how she felt always stepped up to be of
assistance in our Cycling Club and always offered
encouraging words to others when she needed a
multitude of encouragement herself.

Carla will be missed but never forgotten.  Her prissy
attitude, camera ready personality, lipstick always
near and high heel wearing Sista will always be in
our hearts.  Now my Sista you can put on those
heavenly stilettos and wear them with grace all day
and night as you walk around heaven shouting that
you made it over.
Carla was very dedicated to our cycling group and
Carla was just Carla.

Whereas, we believed the words of Jesus in "John
14" that encourages us to “Let not our heart be
troubled, ye believe in God, believe also in me�

Whereas, Crankintime Cycling Club loved our Sista
Carla but God loved her best.

Therefore Be It  Resolved, that we embrace Carlaâ
€™s Three daughters (that stood by their mom day
and night), her Son, Mother and Sisters, G-Babies
and all other family members because we all have a
common bond that will connect us for the rest of our
lives.  We cannot replace our Sista Carla but will
attempt to demonstrate love towards you all.

Be It Further Resolved, that a period of official
celebration will be observed and set aside on this
Saturday a Memorial Ride in memory of our Sista
Carla by our Cycling groups.

Humbly and Respectfully Submitted by the
Crankintime Cycling Club:

Thomas Ward, President
Jacqueline Jones, Assistant to President
Ride Leaders:
Marvin Marshall
Joe McNeil
Dennie Scott