Robert E. Morrison

Born: 10/26/1929 Passed:

Robert E. Morrison, 89, passed away on January 26, 2019. Bob enlisted in the Army at the age of 16 and was a World War II veteran that served in Italy and retired from Canton Drop Forge after 47 years of service.

He is survived by his long-time friend and companion, Dolores Kreisher; nephew, Kevin (Elsa) Morrison.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Candy, and many others.

Bob was an avid fisherman spending much time with his pal, Bill, on Leesville Lake. He also liked to hang out with the gang at Canton South McDonald’s and his special friend, Kimber. Bob will be missed very much. God Bless.

Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
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5 Tributes to Robert E. Morrison

  1. Phyllis Lucarielli says:

    Knew Bob for years. Nicest man. Got along with everybody. We will certainly miss him and his sleeveless shirts. He always had a few jokes to tell. He gave me a naughty lure years ago and we still have fun showing it to people.

  2. GeorgeSpehar says:

    Worked with Bob 30 plus years; the nicer guy that ever walked. He was always ready to lend a helping hand. Always telling a joke. He once brought in a filleted Muskie and shared it with everyone at work it was delicious, Sure will miss him at McDonalds My Deepest Sympathy GEORGE SPEHAR

  3. Sue Oney says:

    My sincerest sympathy to Keven, Elsa, his many friends and Dee. Those Muskies will have a fighting chance now. You taught me to fish and I still enjoy it. I’ll miss you my friend.

  4. Greg Mannos says:

    I didn’t know him very well but used to talk to him occasionally on Friday mornings at the Carrollton PD. He would be on his way to Leesville lake. I could tell he was a really good guy right away. He was extremely witty and funny. At one point after seeing an obituary for another Robert Morrison that was from Canton and a WWII veteran that fought in the Pacific Theater, the other officer and I was concerned. Bob stopped to simply announce “I’m not dead”
    I will include Robert in my prayers.

  5. Mary Morgan says:

    When we were at Leesville Lake when my kids were growing up, we used to see Bob as he was coming in from his muskie fishing. He would always stop and chat with us on the landing at Palermo. He was the nicest guy. He will be missed by this family very much. Mary Morgan

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