Michael Howard Morley

April 17, 1960July 31, 2018

Michael Morley passed away July 31, 2018 after a courageous two-year battle with cancer. He was an avid golfer, enjoyed spending time with family and most of all enjoyed spending time with the joy of his life, his son, Hayden Morley. Mike was a wonderful father, son, brother, friend and employee and always fought for the underdog. He will always be loved and missed by all those whose lives he touched. A Celebration of life will be held Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 3:00pm at Grove Hill Funeral Home Event Center.


18 August

Celebration of Life

3:00 pm

Grove Hill Funeral Home

3920 Samuell Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75228


Michael Howard Morley

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Barbara Biggs

August 13, 2018

I have only been on the outskirts of Mike's life for the past 37 years--seeing him only on occasion. But I am very thankful for the close brother/sister relationship that Monique enjoyed with him. She so enjoyed the times that she , Aston and Tristen had Hayden visiting with them. Also Mo's girls were so blessed by the trips to Dallas and outing that they had with their Uncle Mike.
I know that they, Rob and family and friends will really miss him.
I pray for God's comfort at this time.

Tonja Holmes

August 12, 2018

Mike was a blessing to me and my husband during my husband's last days. My husband came home on hospice and there was a mixup between the hospice group we originally had been referred to and as the situation was urgent, I was referred to Mike who had someone at my house within 2 hours to take care of what we needed. My husband passed a little over 24 hours after our initial meeting. The nurse was amazing. I will never forget how he stepped in and helped us. I never met Mike, only spoke with him on the phone, but I felt his compassion immediately. Bless you Mike and prayers to his son.

Tonja Holmes

Carolyn leahy Leahy

August 11, 2018

Mary Anne Leahy and Mike Nov 2017 Kaylee’s 12 birthday @ Blue Mesa

Carolyn Leahy

August 10, 2018

When I think of Mike the first thing that comes to mind is his warm welcoming smile. His kind soul and gigantic heart. The first time my brother Tom brought him to our house they looked more like brothers then they did friends. We liked him instantly. How could you not!!! We knew he was Toms friend and that’s all we needed to know. If Tom loved him then we loved him too. He knew our folks and we considered him part of the family. Mikes journey on this earth was undoubtedly way to short. But the magnitude of lives he touched is endless. What a legacy he left for us. Hayden you are a part of him and he will live on through you. Rest well Mr. Mike Morley. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your earthly journey.

Mike Smith

August 10, 2018

Mike and I met in 1984, and have been friends since. When he first told me of his medical problem 2 years ago, we talked almost daily. I was able to come to town several times this last 2 years to spend time together. I miss him very much.

Mike Chambers

August 10, 2018

I met Mike at Woodbridge golf course. When I first met him, we clicked like brothers. I am going to miss our talks, singing along to Motown hits from the 70’s and the surprising sudden stops that would cause the golf cart to spin around. I deeply miss you buddy and love you!

Terry Tijani

August 10, 2018

I will miss you Mike. My heart still hurts when I think about all the times we fought throughout the 10 years I’ve known you. You were a good person and always there for me when I needed to vent. We fought like brother and sister 😊. I will definitely miss you. R.I.H you’ve earned your wings. Gone but not forgotten

Alecia Powell

August 10, 2018


I miss you, buddy! I think of you every day and always will. You gave me two years to prepare for this, but I'm still not ready to believe you are gone from this world. I still want to pick up the phone and hear your voice and know I'll be smiling when we hang up. You were such a positive, kind person. I so rarely heard a negative word from you. I treasure the little gifts you gave me over the years and the random texts we shared. I'll save them all forever, so I can read them and hear your voice in my heart. You made a difference in a lot of lives. You made such a difference in mine. And you are so very loved. See you on the otherside, my friend.


Moira Walsh Lewis

August 10, 2018

The first time I met Mike was with his brother Rob at Walnut Hill in Dallas.It was raining hard so we all were forced to entertain ourselves.The 3 of us played ping pong almost 5 hrs.straight.I remember it so clearly because they were the nicest brothers and truly loved each other.Many long afternoons and great memories.You are at peace now!If ping pong is in heaven give it your best


August 8, 2018

You were a true friend and Katherine and I will miss you. I sure wished you would have seen my Vette. It would have brought your wonderful smile out for us to see one more time.
Love you Buddy