Harold Wayne Morris

April 20, 1927July 25, 2018
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Harold Wayne Morris, Age 91 of Auburn Hills, MI passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on July 25, 2018.

Dear father to Mark (Kathy) Morris of Newaygo, MI, Mickey (Beverly) Morris of Holland, MI, David (Cheryl) Morris of Grant, MI, Kathy Morris of Southfield, MI, Nancy Wert of Southfield, MI, Barbara (Mike) Zelinski of Auburn Hills, MI.

A caring Grandfather/Papa of 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild.

Harold was preceded by his loving wife N. Ruth of 66 years and a daughter, Sandra. Also, his parents Tennis & Alma Morris and sister, Donna Morris of Iowa.

Harold was born in Allerton, Iowa on April 20, 1927 and served in the U.S. Army. Harold worked 41 years for GM Truck & Coach as a supervisor. He was an active member of Crosswalk Family Church in Clarkston, Michigan.

Visitation from 11 AM-1 PM on Saturday, July 28, 2018 at Pixley Funeral Home, Auburn Hills, MI with a Funeral Service at 1 PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Crosswalk Family Church 5311 Sunnyside Dr., Clarkston, MI 48346.


  • N. Ruth Morris, Wife
  • Mark (Kathy) Morris, Son
  • Mickey (Beverly) Morris, Son
  • David (Cheryl) Morris, Son
  • Kathy Morris, Daughter
  • Nancy Wert, Daughter
  • Barbara (Mike) Zelinski, Daughter
  • Sandra Morris, Daughter
  • 13 Grandchildren, Unspecified
  • 10 Great-Grandchildren, Unspecified
  • 1 Great Great-Grandchild, Unspecified
  • Tennis Morris, Father
  • Alma Morris, Mother
  • Donna Morris, Sister


  • Visitation Saturday, July 28, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, July 28, 2018

Harold Wayne Morris

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Janet Langtry

September 15, 2018

Dear Family,
I met Harold at the gym, when I was injured, and he always made me laugh.
Harold and Ruth added me to anniversaries and birthday parties, where I took pictures for them.
Ruth became my seamstress, and I cherish the dolls she made for me.
I gave my wedding dress for Ruth to use. They were important people to me.
When I lost my parents, they became my second parents. ( I hope they are all together, sharing stories, in heaven.)
I just found out that Harold passed, and I wanted to be able to say how much I enjoyed hearimg about your family adventures. Harold was always proud of his family!!
Life is never the same after we lose the people that have touched our hearts.
God Bless,

Brad Tiernan

July 29, 2018

I must have been 10-12 years old when we went fishing around a huge rock pile off the bay in boyne city, every cast produced a fish! We had 5 or more species of both our limits and we went back and I learned how to filet fish before our feast. I'll never forget you grandpa, see you in heaven ❤

Tony Kovach

July 27, 2018

Harold was one of the first supervisors I worked with at GM in the Maintenance Department. I remember I was having a bad day with some other managers calling me names..... Harold came in to the dispatch office and seen I was upset and asked what the problems was.... I remember him telling me I was doing a good job and and there's no sense in getting ulcers over the job,,, that was his job !! I found Harold to be a hard working and one of the best supervisors at the plant. My prayers are with him and his family.

maureen thackery

July 26, 2018

You were one of a kind, my sweet friend......every Sunday at church you'd be in the coffee room & when I came in I'd say to you, pucker up,'d get up and we'd hug/kiss...… whoever was in the room would just laugh.....I remember one time one of the Pastor's boys asked us if we were married, because we kissed....Harold was a very caring man, always helping out with different will be greatly missed...….GOD BLESS YOU, HAROLD....