Elizabeth Ann Morrison

27 novembre 194314 avril 2021

Erwin, NC

Elizabeth Ann “Lib” Morrison, age 77, of Erwin died Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at her home.

Lib was born on November 27, 1943 in Harnett County the daughter of the late William Jefferson Faircloth and Annie Geneva Fisher Faircloth and is preceded in death by her husband, Donald Phillip Morrison. She is also preceded death by sisters, Bertha F. Barbour and Geretha F. Wrench; brothers, Clarence and Leon Faircloth. . Lib retired from Erwin Post Office where she was a rural mail carrier. Lib loved to travel, her famous saying to her family was, “We are off like a herd of turtles.” She was devoted to her family, and was the best mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Family came first, she had spent all her life in Harnett County because she always wanted to stay close to her family.

She never saw a stranger, she loved striking up a conversation with perfect strangers and talking to them about life. She enjoyed going to Walmart and talking to people. She loved going to yard sales and loved a bargains. She started at the beginning of the year buying for people for Christmas and would say “I saw Santa Claus today” meaning she had picked up something for you that she thought you would like and most of the time you would love what you got. She was a giving person to everyone. She made a big impact on everyone she met. A Funeral Service will be held Saturday, April 17, 2021 at 2:30 pm at Cromartie Miller Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Roy Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in Erwin Memorial Park.

She is survived by: Son: Donald Phillip “Phil” Morrison, II and (wife) Jennifer of Erwin, NC. Daughter: Lisa Morrison Cox & (husband) Alan of Erwin, NC. Grandchildren: Lauren Morrison and Nathan Morrison Great Grandchild: Creed Morrison Brothers: Herman Faircloth & (wife) Sylvia of Eastover, NC and Thurman Faircloth & (wife) Linda of Dunn, NC. Niece: Pat Long & (husband) Larry of Kure Beach, NC. and several other nieces and nephews. The family will be receiving friends Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm at Cromartie Miller Funeral Home. Prior to the funeral.

A service of Cromartie Miller Funeral Home in Dunn, NC


  • William Jefferson Faircloth, Father (deceased)
  • Annie Geneva Fisher Faircloth, Mother (deceased)
  • Donald Phillip Morrison, Husband (deceased)
  • Bertha F. Barbour, Sister (deceased)
  • Geretha F. Wrench, Sister
  • Clarence Faircloth, Brother (deceased)
  • Leon Faircloth, Brother (deceased)
  • Donald Phillip "Phil" Morrison, II & (wife) Jennifer, Son
  • Lisa Morrison Cox & (husband) Alan, Daughter
  • Lauren Morrison, Grandchild
  • Nathan Morrison, Grandchild
  • Creed Morrison, Great Grandchild
  • Herman Faircloth & (wife) Sylvia, Brother
  • Thurman Faircloth & (wife) Linda, Brother
  • Pat Long & (husband) Larry, Niece
  • Mrs. Morrison leaves many nieces and nephews to cherish her memory.


  • Receiving Of Friends

    samedi, 17 avril , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 17 avril , 2021


Elizabeth Ann Morrison


Brenda Weaver

18 avril , 2021

Aunt Lib, you meant so much to me. You where always there anytime I needed you. I remember one of my best memories was going to Carolina and see Andy Gibbs. At Christmas we always looked for seeing the special gifts you always gave from the 4 M’s. God is one lucky man to have you in heaven. Now you are with Uncle Donald giving big hugs and kisses. Lisa and Phil I’m so sorry. Will be praying for y’all.

Barbara and Rev.Tony Beasley

16 avril , 2021

Phil and Family. Tony and I are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful Mother. The first time we met her was when we took her a prayer shawl
From the time we walked in her home we felt like family. She was truly a loving and giving person. When Tony was out of work with his back she would call us and wanted to make sure we had food and that we were financially anle to pay our bill's. We assured her we were fine. She always put others before herself. No matter where we saw her Walmart or her house she always had that beautiful smile and we always got a big hug. She would always say I love yall and you are in my prayers. It is our loss here on earth. But heavens gain. She is with your daddy and they are having a time walking on the streets of Gold. She has a new body and no more pain or worries.
We love you all very much and with all our ❤ heart. You are in our thoughts, our ❤ heart and most of all our 🙏 prayers. Lean on the Lord and He will help you through this time of sorrow
Love & Prayers ❤🙏
Barbara & Rev. Tony Beasley Coats,N.C

Donald Morrison

16 avril , 2021

My mother had one of the most generous souls of anyone I ever met. Her last words to me were “Y’all don’t worry about me.” Rest assured that I am not worried about you or Daddy now. Love always!