- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 25, 1946
- Place of birth:
Georgetown, Texas, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 3, 2016
- Place of passing:
Anacortes, Washington, United States
|Let the memory of John be with us forever|
John M. Morris passed away April 3rd at the age of 70 in Anacortes, Washington.
John is survived by Nona Engberg the love of his life and soul mate of 27 years.
John is lovingly remembered by his children, daughter and son-in-law Tammy and Donnie Rodriguez, grandchildren Colby and Alec of Cedar Park, Texas. His son, Jonathan Morris, grandchildren Jordan and Logan of Cedar Park, Texas. He is lovingly remembered by Brian, Pamela and Matthew Tweten of Anacortes, Washington as well as many other close family and friends.
John was born in Georgetown, Texas on March 25, 1946 into into a large family with 12 brothers and sisters. He is survided by brothers Travis, Wilburn and Ted Morris, sisters Odessa Sherwood and Linda Van Winkle. He is predeceased by brothers, Doyle, Victor, Jerry, Walter and Dave Morris, sisters Dena Morris and Beverly Duke.
John enjoyed spending time with friends at the Elks Club of Anacortes, building model airplanes, and fishing. John was a welder and crane operator with the refineries for many years. He was a Master Mason and lifetime member of the Masonic Lodge in Oregon City, Oregon.
"I can't believe it has been one year since you passed away. I miss you every day. I was on top of the mountain , a few days ago, where you are and it was so peaceful there. The sun was shining and it was so calm. I will join you there when my time comes. Until then, RIP my love!"
"I am happy I met you 27 years ago. We had so many wonderful times together. You were very witty and made me laugh. We need more of that in today's world. Life will never be the same without you, but we will be together again someday. Until then, I will keep a light on for you.
I love you and miss you so much."
"Love you and you will be more mssed .Linda vanwinkle love him and miss"
"John was a really good man, kind, friendly, and gentle. His love for my Aunt Nona was a beautiful thing to see. I will always be grateful to him for how wonderfully he was with her. You will be missed John, by all who knew you."
"Love ya Uncle John you will be miss but you are with grandma and grandpa and your brothers and sister"
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