Friday 6th of August 1937 - Wednesday 18th of March 2020
Leroy Morris, 82, widower of Joann McBeath Morris, passed away March 18, 2020. He was born to the late Dewey and Easter Lainhart Morris on August 6, 1937 in McKee, KY. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by one grandson Robin Webb and two brothers-in-law, Houston Bales and Orene Templeton.
His survivors include his three children, Sherri (Rick) Blakeman, John (Lynn) Morris, and Michael Morris; two sisters, Leona Morris Bales and Edith Kaye Morris Templeton; one grandchild Ryan Webb; two great-grandchildren, Lincoln Webb and Sawyer Webb; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mr. Morris was a graduate of Jackson County High School. He retired from IBM and Ryder Truck Company. He loved Kentucky Basketball, horse racing, and westerns. He also was a devout follower of Kenneth Copeland’s ministries.
All services will be private.
Wilma & Brian Cheshiersays
Our love and sympathy to Leroy’s family. He will be missed. Prayers sent your way for these tough day’s ahead.
Tuck & Ernestine Reecesays
I went to Jackson HS with Leroy. Always enjoyed seeing him at the high school reunion in Jackson Co. Prayers for his family at this time.
My prayers of comfort for the family.
Betty Renee Spaw Walkersays
This wonderful caring man was my smart & witty Uncle by marriage to my beautiful & very sweet Aunt JoAnn. He loved life, he loved JoAnn, he loved his boys....oh how he loved his boys!! He was such a great dad to two super young men!! I loved visiting with him & talking about the past. He could always make me laugh!! He had some of the craziest jokes!! After I was married he always made my husband, my children & one grandchild he got to meet (Finn) so welcome when we visited. He had a way with babies!! I regret that I live so far away that I wasn’t able to visit him as much as I would have liked. I will truly miss him!! He will hold a very special place in my heart next to JoAnn, my mom & my father. May you all have a great reunion in Heaven!!
Paul and Dianne Lainhartsays
Sending our heartfelt sympathy and love at this sad time. I will always remember seeing Leroy in McKee and visiting at the family reunions. Our prayers go to the family.
Jim and Fran Whitesays
Leroy was our cousin and such a good and loving man.Leroy will be missed by many. He will live in our memories and heart forever❤️Love and miss him❤️