Rhonda Sue Morris
January 30, 1959 – June 2, 2021
Rhonda Sue Morris, age 62, passed away with family by her side on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. She is survived by her husband David Morris; and her daughters Krystal Morris, Christina Pepper and Janette Roberts; her grandchildren Jezabell Loux and Paytin Wright; her brother Richard Francis; her sisters Bobbie Brown (Howard) and Linda Jackson; her nephews Dustin Johnson, Glenn Johnson, M. Alexander Jackson and niece Abigail Thomas, all who will miss her dearly.
Rhonda worked for Bear and Bear, Cloverleaf Office Park for 20+ years. While her children were growing up, Rhonda was an active community leader in 4H Photography and Dog Club. She loved everything to do with the outdoors, particularly enjoying family camping trips, beach vacations and tending her rose garden. Her friends and family remember her as someone with a heart of gold who would help anyone in need.
Rhonda's Memorial Service will be Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at McGilley & Frye Funeral Home 105 East Loula Street, Olathe, Kansas.
Thursday, June 10, 2021
Rhonda Sue Morris
June 9, 2021
We send our deepest condolences to Rhonda’s family and co workers at Cloverleaf. May your memories stay strong and your hearts be at peace knowing she is in Heaven and an Angel who will always be with you.
Greg and Kris Burger
June 8, 2021
I'm so very sorry for you loss. I met Rhonda while working in the Cloverleaf Office Park, and enjoyed our many conversations. She always had a warm smile and kind words. May her memory be for a blessing.
June 7, 2021
To the Morris family: Rhonda was one of the sweetest persons I have had the pleasure of knowing, she always had a smile for you. May God grant you all peace in knowing that she will never again know pain.
June 6, 2021
Dave and Girls, Rhonda was one of the sweetest, kindest and warmest person I have ever know. Cloverleaf was more than fortunate to have her as part of their working family for so many years. My heart has been sad as she has struggled with her health. I miss her voice when I call Bear & Beat and her wonderful smile when you walk in the door. She was a treasure to all and left us way to soon.
May God hold each of you close as you learn to accept life without her.
May she now Rest In Peace .
Carroll Burger & Arnie Brooks