Edward Lee Morris

Born: 01/15/1944 Passed:

Edward Lee Morris of Marblehead, Ohio passed away peacefully on March 28 surrounded by family and loved ones. Ed was born on January 15, 1944 to Thomas and Mary Morris in Warren Ohio. Ed was a decorated Marine Corps Veteran who proudly served in the Vietnam War, a lifelong fisherman, avid outdoorsman, and self-taught woodworker.  Ed will be best remembered as a loving husband, father and papa.

Ed was preceded in death by his parents and three sisters.

He is survived by his wife, Sheila; sons, Jason, Keith, and Kevin Morris; daughter, Sharri Groover; and stepson, Todd Fuller; brother, Tom Morris; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

The family would like to thank Ohio Living Hospice for their comfort and compassionate care. An open house memorial service will be held on April 18 from 1-6. Please contact the family for more details.

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5 Tributes to Edward Lee Morris

  1. Mary Smith says:

    Just remembering all the many summers we spent together camping. I don’t know what I would have done without him and Sheila. He was a great guy and would do anything for you which he did for me all the time. He will be greatly missed by me and all the neighboring campers. He was friends to everyone and respected by all who knew him.

    • Don and Pat Harris says:

      Had to travel to Palmetto Florida to meet this quiet, strong and giving man and his wonderful, loving wife when they lived the next town over in Brunswick, Ohio!
      How glad we are that we did!!
      We will greatly miss Ed and will treasure his walking stick he gave me.

  2. Thomas Livingston says:

    Semper fidelis brother.

  3. Mary Lagone says:

    Really enjoyed our time together working and our talks we had! I will miss you tremendously my good friend..till we meet again!!!xoxo mary

  4. Dan & Helen Branston Ontario, Canada says:

    Tribute to Ed Morris
    We had many wonderful times in Florida with Ed and Shiela. The most memorable were the many amazing and delicious meals we shared. Ed loved to cook! When he got his grills and bbq’s watch out. He meant business. Ed would spend hours prepping and cooking food to perfection for the ‘5th Avenue Gang’ to enjoy. Even his deserts were legendary.

    Ed also loved carving. We were thrilled when he gave us a pair of beautifully carved walking sticks. He even carved the Canadian Flag on the handles. Ed made us and many others feel special because of his attention to detail and thoughtful gestures. Your friendship and kindness will be missed

    Thank you for the memories!

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