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Behm Funeral Homes, Inc.

1477 Jefferson Rd, Jefferson, PA

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Amy M. (Miller) Morris

October 8, 1954March 23, 2020

Amy M. Morris, 65 of Jefferson, died Monday, March 23, 2020 in Uniontown, from injuries suffered in an automobile accident. She was born October 8, 1954 in Waynesburg, a daughter of the late Ewing and Erma Hewitt Miller. Amy was a 1972 graduate of Carmichaels Area High School, raised in the Paisley area and had been a member of the Sugar Grove Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Durbin Secretarial School in Uniontown and the George Meany Labor Studies College. Amy was a life-long supporter for labor unions. She worked for the United Mine Workers of America, the Teamsters, and retired from the AFL-CIO as a field mobilization administrator in Falls Church, VA. On November 27, 1981 she married, Doug Morris, who survives. Also surviving is a son and daughter-in-law, Daniel (Ashley) Morris of Jefferson; a granddaughter, Daisy Morris; two sisters, Kay Zoldos of Leesburg, VA and Jo Jefferson of Mt. Washington. Due to the state and federal guidelines and restrictions for COVID-19 events the services are private and entrusted to the Behm Funeral Home, 1477 Jefferson Rd., Jefferson, PA 15344, Gregory P. Rohanna, supervisor. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.org), or the Pittsburgh Chapter, 2835 E. Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203. Condolences may be expressed online at www.behm-funeralhomes.com.

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Richard (MAC) MacKnight

March 29, 2020

So sorry to hear this

RIP

Mindy Miller

March 29, 2020

Amy you were such a sweetheart..I really enjoyed taking care of you.. thoughts and prayers to all the family. You will be in my heart forever

Erin Wolfe

March 28, 2020

Amy you were such a beautiful woman inside and out! I will miss you coming up tapping my shoulder and laying your head on my shoulder! I will miss you giving hugs and saying I love you! God please be with Doug and Daniel and protect them always!

Donna Markel

March 28, 2020

Everyone is going to miss you!!

Donna Markel

March 28, 2020

Amy..I'm going to miss you!! You definitely made my hear melt and brought me joy!! I love you!!

Denine Anderson

March 28, 2020

Dear Doug,
My friend and "sister" Amy will be remembered for her love of life, upbeat spirit, sense of style, and true gift of conversation. Her love for her family was especially clear. There is a hole in our hearts now, but it's wished that all the great times and the good memories will carry us on...will carry you on, and will fill us. My friend will always be remembered because I loved her. I wish peace and love for you and Daniel, and all the family.
Your Friend,
Neeners

Phil Gifford

March 28, 2020

Deepest condolences, so sorry for your loss

Suzie Barbour

March 28, 2020

Dear Doug,
My thoughts have taken me back so many years to an easier time, when we were young and without a care in the world. I have so many good memories with Amy from those days. How did the years go by so fast? She has been taken from you way too soon, and I am so very sorry for your loss. May she find peace in the loving arms of her Mom and Dad. My prayers are with you to find solace.
With my deepest sympathy,
Suzie

Laura Shipley Demchak

March 27, 2020

Doug,
So very sorry to hear about the loss of your wife, Amy. Rememebring her from high school, she was one of the nicest, most caring person. She was loved by many and will be missed by many. Know she is in a far better place than we, May she Rest In Peace . Prayers to you and the family.

Kathy Smith

March 27, 2020

Dear Doug, Danny, Ashley and Daisy, I am so sorry to hear of Amy’s passing. She adored all of you. She loved being a wife, mother, grandmother. She loved her sisters so much...and”little Amy “and children and all the special friends. She always spoke with great joy about her family and her PA friends. She never complained about a thing when it came to family. She loved every minute of being with all of you. I am so happy she was able to spend her last years in the place she loved so much, SW PA. Amy was such a great friend and co-worker. She welcomed me to the UMWA and we finished out at the AFL-CIO. She was, from the beginning the trusted, honest friend, never judgmental, the sounding board, and was the person who truly cared. She was a faithful, loyal friend to so many. Amy’s life was cut so short. It’s so unfair... but, knowing Amy, she’s got that great smile on right now and has reunited with Ellen, who she missed so much. Jimmy and I want to offer our most sincere condolences and are so sorry we cannot be there with you. Much love coming your way. Kathy

FROM THE FAMILY