OBITUARY

Kenneth William Morrison

March 31, 1958September 2, 2020

Kenneth William Morrison, 62, was called home on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, in El Cajon, CA. Ken was born on March 31, 1958, preceded in death by his parents William Morrison and Juanita Maddox. He graduated El Cajon High School and remained a lifelong resident of El Cajon. He married Brunella Martinez May 15, 1982 and together they raised three wonderful daughters. Ken enjoyed the outdoors and spent many happy hours fishing and camping with his family in the Cuyamaca mountains and Ma Tar Awa campground. When not in the mountains he could be found at the beach teaching his girls to body surf and boogie board. He leaves loving memories to be cherished by: step-mother, Charliece Morrison; wife, Brunella Morrison; sisters, Desiree Webber, D’Andra DuCharme, and Kathleen Richards; daughters, Nina Peck and her husband Lou Peck, Shannah Spain and her husband Willie Spain, Sheri Kittel and her husband Jesse Kittel, and Shaunette Brown; grandchildren, Danielle, Joseph, Dominique, Lily, Alyssa, Jason, Andrew, Katherine, Lil Willie, Linken, Ethan and Lil Lou; cousin, Virginia Hall; lifelong friends/brothers, David Mark Hoyt and Lonnie Ricondo. Matthew 11:28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, September 18, 2020

Memories

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Desiree Webber

September 21, 2020

You were a wonderful brother. You did so many things for me such as signing up for a second paper route so that I could have one too (when girls weren't allowed.) I saw a "paint wheel" at the Del Mar Fair and loved it. You came home and made one for me. Your mechanical skills always astounded me. You tore apart the Ford Comet grandma gave you and rebuilt that car from the ground up. You loved your family. When you got better you wanted to reconnect and I was so glad to have my brother back. I'm glad you and Bunny were reconnecting too. You loved her so much. I'll see you again, my sweet little brother. Desi

Karen Hoyt

September 17, 2020

Ken you will be missed! David and I have many fond memories of fishing , camping , barbecuing and just hanging out with you and Brunella . One of our fondest memories is when David hurt his elbow at work and the surgeon had to put it back together. You and Brunella came over with an ELBOW macaroni casserole to make it better. That was just truly magical and did make everything better! Well until we meet again rest in knowledge that your were loved by friends and family and will be missed. Your sister in Christ Karen Hoyt

David Hoyt

September 17, 2020

Rest in peace my friend and give the twins a hug for me when you see them.
Brothers in Christ.
Mark.

Brunella Morrison

September 14, 2020

1982- Ken showed up unannounced at a class that I was attending and handed me a wedding ring and informed me that we were “getting married!” I have always loved this man and always will❤️
Until we meet again sending all my love.

D'Andra DuCharme

September 14, 2020

Awe Kenny Kenny, now who's gonna walk me down the isle!? I will cherish the last time we got together, You will always be in my heart. I love you Big Brother. Until we meet again in Heaven, Rest Easy Kenny, Rest in Peace.

Charliece Morrison

September 13, 2020

From your "popcorn" motorcycle, to fishing with your Dad, to that cup of coffee we never got in Tucson. All will remain with me until we meet again. Miss you. Charliece

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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