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Carolyn Ann Morris
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Carolyn Ann Morris Carolyn Ann Wilson Morris, 66, of Winchester, Virginia, died Monday, January 7, 2013, in her home. Mrs. Morris was born in 1946, in Christiansburg, Virginia, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Morris loved puzzles, artwork, animals, poetry and holidays, decorating a tree for …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
To The Family: I was Carolyn Morris's Case Worker at Social Services in Winchester. What a sweet, sweet lady she was. I loved our conversations. I also was born in Christiansburg, Virginia, in all of our conversations, this never came up. I did not know she was born in Christiansburg. Thoughts and Prayers are with the family. Debbie Martin, BPS2 Winchester City Social Services
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I was very sad to learn about the passing of Carolyn. Having grown up with her son Brandon, I was on the receiving end of her generosity many times. When you were friends with her son you automatically became one of her sons, which made you feel special. She was always quick to supply a meal for me when I was at their home playing video games, or just coming in from playing basketball. I had a chance to tell Brandon that I will always remember her cooking, particularly her sausage gravy and her chilli (topped with Fritos, yummm!) Though as I got older my visits with Brandon and her mom became less and less frequent, she always welcomed me back with open arms and always had a way of making me feel special. The memories are flooding back to me a mile a minute, but it is too hard for me to speak on anymore of them at this time. Carolyn showed me the definition of the word "generosity" and for that I will always be thankful. I know she was in physical pain for many years from various ailments, but that never stopped her from brightening up when she had company. If you ever had the pleasure of being around this lovely person for even a little bit you are a better person for it. I will attempt to rest easy knowing she is pain free now. - Bobby Jones
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I remember about 15 years ago she made the best chipped beef gravy. I have tried to make it and it never tasted like hers. She was the best. All her family have my deepest sympathy
DEBORAH MARTIN left a message on January 8, 2013:
In honor of Carolyn Ann Morris, DEBORAH MARTIN lit a candle.
DEBORAH MARTIN left a message on January 8, 2013:
To The Family: I was Carolyn Morris's Case Worker at Social Services in Winchester. What a sweet, sweet lady she was. I loved our conversations. I also was born in Christiansburg, Virginia, in all of our conversations, this never came up. I did not know she was born in Christiansburg. Thoughts and Prayers are with the family. Debbie Martin, BPS2 Winchester City Social Services
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Linda Woolwine Gray left a message on January 9, 2013:
In honor of Carolyn Ann Morris, Linda Woolwine Gray lit a candle.
Robert Jones left a message on January 9, 2013:
I was very sad to learn about the passing of Carolyn. Having grown up with her son Brandon, I was on the receiving end of her generosity many times. When you were friends with her son you automatically became one of her sons, which made you feel special. She was always quick to supply a meal for me when I was at their home playing video games, or just coming in from playing basketball. I had a chance to tell Brandon that I will always remember her cooking, particularly her sausage gravy and her chilli (topped with Fritos, yummm!) Though as I got older my visits with Brandon and her mom became less and less frequent, she always welcomed me back with open arms and always had a way of making me feel special. The memories are flooding back to me a mile a minute, but it is too hard for me to speak on anymore of them at this time. Carolyn showed me the definition of the word "generosity" and for that I will always be thankful. I know she was in physical pain for many years from various ailments, but that never stopped her from brightening up when she had company. If you ever had the pleasure of being around this lovely person for even a little bit you are a better person for it. I will attempt to rest easy knowing she is pain free now. - Bobby Jones
Victoria Karns left a message on January 9, 2013:
I remember about 15 years ago she made the best chipped beef gravy. I have tried to make it and it never tasted like hers. She was the best. All her family have my deepest sympathy
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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