Louise "Pennie" Morris
June 3, 1923 – December 31, 2018
One of Louise's often quoted scriptures:
Don't be anxious about anything, but in every situation by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. and the Peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
- Funeral Service Monday, January 14, 2019
- Graveside Service Monday, January 14, 2019
Louise "Pennie" Morris
January 13, 2019
I have only known Pennie at church. I was drawn to her because she has a positive spirit and a sweet smile. She also reminds me of my Mom a little and my Mom lives a couple of states away. In all my conversations with her she has always been so positive and it was apparent she has a wonderful relationship with the Lord. She is an example of how I hope to age: positive, beautiful inside and outside. She has been and will continue to be missed at church. I know that she is rejoicing in heaven!
Thank you for the wonderful tribute with all the pictures of her. It helped me to feel like I knew her a little better and its obvious she had a wonderful, full life.
For all the family and friends who have had Pennie in their lives much longer than I knew her; I pray for the comfort of the Holy Spirit to be with you as grieve the loss of this very special woman!
January 12, 2019
To all the family and friends of Louise, our deepest sympathy for your loss. As a cousin I have had a close relationship with her, especially in times of adversity or difficulty. She always provided a needed lift spiritually for me, or when her help was needed in assistance with my mother, her “Aunt Anne.” Her strong belief in God and the power of prayer was not only provided when needed, but she never hesitated to ask for prayers whether it be for her safe travels or for protection for her children from fires threatening a daughter’s life and homestead in Alaska to hurricanes threatening danger to a daughter on the Mexican coast of Yucatan. I admired her positive attitude and courage no matter what her physical condition was in her later years. To me, her entire life was a compass for moral guidance.
To her children, your mother spoke of you often, but only by your given names. I found out your locations some time after visiting your nearby areas several times. I am sorry that the information wasn’t given to me prior to those visits. I would very much like to connect with you. Since there have been many years pass by without contact, I would appreciate it if you would reach me by phone or email. I have many stories of interest I’m sure, and I have several photos of your mother as well as your grandmother and grandfather which you may never have seen. Also, in lieu of flowers, my wife and I would like to make a more lasting memorial/memory to your mother if you would please send me the name of her favorite charity or church. I could not find such information in your wonderful pictorial memory.
Our love to you all and to her memory.
Larry and Linda Weidkamp