Glenna Beth Morris

September 13, 1949July 25, 2018

Glenna Beth Morris, of Forney, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 surrounded by her family at her home. She was sixty-eight years old.

She was preceded in death by her husband Jimmy Morris; her parents James and Nettie Jo Dozier; and her son Joshua Taylor.

Glenna is survived by her two daughters Jennifer Griffin and husband Marvin, and Jenna Morris; brother Steve Dozier and wife Janie; sister Lisa Wallace and husband Colton; grandsons Cord Guinn and Chase Griffith.

A memorial service will take place on August 11, 2018 at 10:00 AM at the First United Methodist Church in Forney, Texas.


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Teri Rutherford

August 11, 2018

Beth was beautiful inside and out, even when she was having a bad day she was smiling! I will never forget her and always love her, she was such a loving person! May you have peace Beth!

Jenna Morris

July 28, 2018

My favorite memory is of when I was little. It was 4th of July and were all gathered in the field to watch the fireworks display. Mom got sparklers and began dancing around. She was so happy and having so much fun. Another is all of us swimming in the lake. We were all sunburned but it was an amazing day with my sister and her husband. I love you mom and I miss you

Charlotte Roberts-Fortier

July 28, 2018

One of my fondest memories of Glenna Beth was in our later years of high school. We participated in a talent type show in our high school and sang..."Michael Row the Boat Ashore". We were then asked to sing it at a local church, and it was so much fun. I remember Glenna as having such a fun and loving personality. It is special people like her that you will always treasure. I am thankful to have known her even though I moved away shortly after high school. May the Lord bless your family as you honor this dear person called Glenna Beth.

Deborah Stuart

July 27, 2018

Jennifer and Jenna, please accept my deepest condolences to you and all your family for the untimely loss of Beth. I went to school with her for all twelve years (we were little ponytailed girls in Mrs. Blackburn’s first grade class in the “little building” on Buffalo Street). We were Girl Scouts together, and she was always unfailingly sweet and kind to me. I know she is in a better place and is reunited with her sweet parents, Jimmy, and Josh. I know this is a difficult time for you, and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs, Debbie Singleton Stuart