OBITUARY

Theodore R Morris

June 11, 1930February 16, 2013

Theodore Morris “Ted” age 82 of Griffith, IN passed away February 16,2013 he is survived by his wife of 61 years Bernice, two sons Ted(Hui-Won) Morris II of Mississippi, Tony Morris of Griffith, IN, three daughters Pam (Bob) Cook of CO, Cindy(Tom) Jursic of Griffith, IN, Lisa Coapstick of Gary, IN; son-in-law Mike Ratchman of TX, 15 grandchildren seven great-grandchildren, one brother Mike Morris of WI, two sisters Christine Lloyde of Hammond, IN, Nancy Kasper of Highland, IN; preceded in death Michelle Ratchman . Funeral services will be held Thursday February 21,2013 9:30 AM at Kuiper Funeral Home 9039 Kleinman Rd 9two blocks south of Ridge Rd) Highland, IN, Rev Andrew Bailey officiating, burial Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens; friends may visit with the family on Wednesday February 20, from 4 to 8 pm at the funeral home. Ted was a veteran of the IUS Marines retired after 20 years also retired from Union Tank Car Company and from Strack and Vantil

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, February 20, 2013
  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 21, 2013
REMEMBERING

Theodore R Morris

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March 2, 2013

Miss you more everyday

Richard & Jimmie Fortner

February 19, 2013

God Bless and Rest In Peace Ted
Rich Fortner, Retired Griffith Police

February 19, 2013

DEAR AUNT BERNICE, I WAS SO SAD TO HEAR OF UNCLE TED'S PASSING. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. UNCLE TED ALWAYS MADE ME LAUGH!! I LOVED THE PICTURES ESPECIALLY THE ONE WITH BOB.I LIVE IN MICHIGAN NOW. MUCH LOVE TO YOU ALL. LYNDA RICHARDSON

Marlene Starcevich

February 18, 2013

I remember the 1st time I met Mr. Morris. He asked me what I thought about Tony Morris from the Griffith Police Department. I was still wearing my police uniform while picking out some fresh fruit right after work so he knew I worked with him. When I answered, " He's a great guy, I really enjoy working with him. Why, do you know him?" He grinned from ear to ear and answered with pride, " I sure do, that's my son." We were friends from that day forward. What a wonderful family man. Sure was glad I liked his son.

Sue Kramer-Williams

February 18, 2013

Bernice and family - Wherever Ted went, he made people laugh. He will be missed here on Earth but an Angel in Heaven.

STAN HOWARD

February 18, 2013

TED WAS MY BOSS AT PULLMAN BACK IN THE 70'S. HE WAS THE BEST BOSS I EVER HAD AND A GREAT MAN. WELL DONE MARINE!

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