OBITUARY

Alyssa Morris

July 5, 1996February 2, 2019
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Alyssa Morris was born on July 5, 1996 in Mesquite, Texas to parents Dawn Gooch and Barry Morris and entered into eternal rest on February 2, 2019 at the age of 22. Alyssa attended Highland High School grades 8th through 11th and graduated from Cedar Ridge High School. She worked for Murphy Gas Station as a sales clerk. Alyssa loved being with her family, she was an exceptional mother, daughter, sister and friend. Her favorite pastime was cuddling with her son, Grayson. Alyssa enjoyed reading, writing poems and hanging with her friends. She loved being at the lake or beach, binge watching Netflix and making people laugh. Alyssa was a compassionate, loving young lady who could light up any room she walked into. She always put others first with her bright personality. Alyssa would use her struggles in life to help others with challenges. She was always selfless and was ready to put anyone’s happiness above her own. Alyssa was a protector and would stand up for anyone, if she needed to. She was so loyal to her friends and family, always letting them know how much they meant to her. Alyssa’s son was her pride and joy and as she would say, one of her greatest accomplishments. She would try to make people see the good in all things, after everything she had been through. Alyssa was focused on keeping her relationship with God. She was amazing and will be truly missed by all those who knew and loved her. Alyssa was preceded in death by her mother Dawn Gooch and grandmother Linda Morris. She is survived by her father Barry Morris of Kemp, son Grayson Mohlke of Jonesboro, AR, sister Katrina Morris of Kaufman, brother Mason Morris of Tuckerman, AR, grandfather Larry S. Morris of Kemp, grandmother Pam Sietz of Jonesboro, AR, grandmother Jenyne Sneed of Cherokee Village, AR and grandmother Robin Rudder of Mesquite, many aunts and uncles, numerous half brothers and sisters, other loving family members and many more friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Dawn Gooch, Mother
  • Linda Morris, Grandmother
  • Barry Morris, Father
  • Grayson ., Son
  • Katrina Morris, Sister
  • Mason Morris, Brother
  • Larry Morris, Grandfather
  • Pam Sietz, Grandmother
  • Jenyne Sneed, Grandmother
  • Robin Rudder, Grandmother
  • Alyssa is also survived by numerous half brothers and sisters, many aunts and uncles, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, February 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Alyssa Morris

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Donna Middlebrook

February 10, 2019

I met Alyssa almost a year ago. We traveled through some difficult and trying times, together. I learned to Love and Respect her. She showed me what an amazing woman she was climbing one mountain after another. Sometimes she got knocked down but she always fought back using that inner strength she possessed.
Her love as a mother was unquestionable. Greyson was her world and she was devoted to him. That was the one thing I never doubted, and I will truly miss those sparkling eyes and that bright smile, She was a special young lady and I will miss her...………….Ms. "D"

Crystal Sellers

February 9, 2019

Alyssa ....
I could not have asked for a better friend to sit and celebrate recovery with. You were there through all the hard times I’ve had , you were always so welcoming . Your heart was pure . And you were such a great mother . I’m so sorry.... I’m sorry you were taking away at such a young age . But god needed you and your one of his strongest brightest angels . I love you ❤️❤️❤️

Shana Taylor

February 6, 2019

I love you i always will your soul is with me! Your smile is unforgettable. I miss the all the times with ashley and we take crazy pictures we are sisters you always thought i was weird and crazy i never made new friends ever i stay to my stuff cuz in my heart i had the only friends i needed i love you and i miss u so much.rest easy my sweet sister!

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