William Henry Morris

In Loving Memory of

William Henry Morris

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William Henry Morris, 70, departed peacefully in his home in High Springs, Florida on October 24, 2018.

Mr. Morris was born on September 16, 1948 in Harlan, Kentucky to Curtis Morris and Jewell Hogg.  He was a Vietnam veteran having proudly served in the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his loving wife Brenda “Jeannie” Morris of High Springs; his children Burnett (Michelle) Wheeler, Wilma (Greg) Roberts, Carol (Robert) Shriver, Wayne (Penny) Holder, Brian (Michelle) Holder, Melissa Purvis, Jennifer (Brent) Arnold, Audrey (Charles) West, Rebecca Morris, and his 24 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. He was loved and respected by all his family.

The viewing will be Friday, October 26, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Evans Carter Funeral Home, 18724 High Springs Main St., High Springs, Florida.  The funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Grace and Praise Ministries, 15880 US-441, Lake City, Florida, officiated by Pastor Wayne Cook with the burial immediately following at the High Springs Cemetery, 23998 NW 192nd Ave., High Springs.

Arrangements are under the care of Evans Carter Funeral Home, High Springs, 386-454-2444.


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8 Responses

  1. Carole Simpson
    Carole Simpson at · Reply

    Sending my condolences

  2. Leo and Barb Hutchinson
    Leo and Barb Hutchinson at · Reply

    Dear Carol, Wilma, and the entire Morris family. We are so sorry for your loss. Uncle Leo and I have some short funny memories of Bill from way back in the day. Remember all of the good times with him, toss anything not so good out of your mind. You know now he is at peace and in the arms of Gods angles, and will forever be looking down on his wonderful family. Love you all!!

  3. Fate & stacy
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    So very sorry for your loss prayers to the family Fate & Stacy.

  4. Bill Taggart
    Bill Taggart at · Reply

    On behalf of myself and the entire 1st Battalion 83rd Artillery family, I want to express our condolences to Jeannie and all of Bill’s family on Bill’s passing, we were all saddened to learn of this.

    On a more personal note, Bill was a dear friend and strong supporter of the 1/83rd and is someone I will miss very much. Rest in Peace my friend.

    Lest We Forget.

  5. Tom and Bonnie Bailey
    Tom and Bonnie Bailey at · Reply

    Our condolences go out to Jeannie and all of Bill’s family. He was a super guy and will be truly missed. God Bless.
    Tom and Bonnie Bailey
    1/83rd (67-68)

  6. Barney
    Barney at · Reply

    Condolences to Bill’s family and rest peacefully, fellow soldier, brother warrior …
    Bernard Downey
    1/83rd. Arty. 70/71 .

  7. Winfred (Lang) Langley
    Winfred (Lang) Langley at · Reply

    As a fellow 1st 83rd soldier 66/67 my condolences to Bill’s family during this trying time.

  8. Danny . Mr. Dan Sandoval
    Danny . Mr. Dan Sandoval at · Reply

    THANK YOU BILL FOR BEING MY FRIEND ‘ I AM GLAD YOU ENJOYED ALL MY E MAILS OVER THE YEARS . WE ENJOYED EACH OTHERS COMPANY AT THE REUNIONS ‘ IT SADENDED ME NOT SEING YOU THIS YEAR ‘ RIP MY BROTHER MR. DAN

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