Kind-hearted man remembered as investigation continues after being found dead in Little Calumet River | Crime and courts


“When they contacted me, I thought it was a prank when I saw the message saying, ‘I am your brother’,” Modisette said. “Then he sent me a picture of him and his brother and I was like, ‘You look like my dad!'”

Modisette said that after being united, they stayed close, visited each other and spoke on the phone frequently.

“The last time I spoke to her was October 31 on Halloween,” Modisette said. “I had just moved and my brothers helped me out. I’ll never forget, it was 11:04 pm on the phone and he asked me, ‘Did you clean the house?’ I showed pictures of what I had done, and he said he liked my house and that they should come visit me. Then Anton said he would call me on Monday. We said to each other that we loved each other and that’s it.

Modisette said that while awaiting information from the police investigation into her brother’s death, she remained in prayer.

“He took care of everyone,” Modisette said. “One thing I’m grateful for is that God allowed us to be united and he met his nieces. He was so proud of them when they graduated from Butler University. were there for graduation and everything, and my daughters loved their uncles because they spoiled them so much.

Gary’s Tiffany Edmonds said she was a close friend and longtime business partner of Harris, who she said was a beloved man with a passion for business. Edmonds said she was looking for answers in the wake of the loss.


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