Mary Doris (Gibson) Morris

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Mary Doris (Gibson) Morris

October 22, 1923 - December 01, 2018

Mary Doris (Gibson) Morris CLARKSVILLE, TN Mary Doris (Gibson) Morris, 95, longtime resident of Richmond, KY, passed on to the great reunion in her eternal home on Dec 1, 2018 in Clarksville, TN. Doris was born October 20, 1923 in Gerty, Oklahoma to the late Fred and Edith (Lewis) Gibson. She was a graduate of Antlers High School, Pushmataha County, OK, and attended Harding College in Searcy, Arkansas after working in the war effort at Tinker Field in Oklahoma City. She was married to William Alfred Morris on September 11, 1949, in Ashland City, Tennessee. They moved to California in 1951 and to Richmond, Kentucky in August, 1969 where they were active members of the Richmond Church of Christ. Doris loved to sing and was a member of the Richmond Homemakers Chorus. She also loved flowers and often provided the floral arrangements for various services of the church, including weddings and funerals. Doris is survived by her husband, Alfred, and four of her five children, Scott (Lisa) Morris, Emily (Mike) McGinn, Bruce Lynn Morris, Lou Ann (Phillip) Weakley. Doris is also preceded in her passing by her son, Jeffrey Wayne Morris. She is survived by her sister, Jan (Burl) McCoy, her brother, Mike Gibson, and by a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, cousins, nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held in her honor at the Richmond Church of Christ, Lancaster Road, Richmond, KY on Dec 16, 2018 at 2 PM. All who knew her are welcome.
In Lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to the following:
McCready-Telford Foundation, Richmond, KY ( )
Potter Childrens Home, Bowling Green, KY ( )
Guyana Mission, c/o the Richmond Church of Christ, Richmond, KY ( )
Published on December 2, 2018
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