Shirley E. Morrison

September 23, 1932November 12, 2012

Shirley E. Morrison was born on September 23, 1932 and passed away on November 12, 2012 in Greenbrae, CA.


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Joe Malone & Family

November 21, 2012

As a longtime business associate and personal friend of Jack, I was blessed to have known Shirley for over 40 years. I have no memories of her without the tilted head, sparkling smile and a lilting "Hello, Joe. How are you?" She will be sorely missed, particularly by her family, but also her myriad of personal friends. She was a Saint !
RIP, Shirl. Go with God.

Michael Bowler

November 21, 2012

As a boy growing up near the Morrisons and playing with the kids, I marveled at Mrs. Morrison's independence, despite the crutches she always used. I recall asking my parents why she used them and once they explained it to me, I never took note of them again, because Mrs. Morrison was so strong and so sweet and so outgoing and so welcoming of all us kids that those "crutches" simply became part of who she was and for all intents and purposes invisible. She was an amazing lady and some of my fondest childhood memories were of times spent in her home. I'm so happy she had such a great life and went on to heaven surrounded by her loved ones. She will be greatly missed, but our loss is God's gain. Rest in peace, Mrs. Morrison!

Sue and Tom Moore

November 20, 2012

We dearly loved Shirley and will miss her for years to come. She was the sweetest next door neighbor and special friend that anyone could wish for. Her smile will live on forever. Our hearts and prayers will continue to be with Jack and their family.

In God's love, Sue and Tom

November 19, 2012

Shirley and I were in the same class at Teaneck High School. So sorry we did not connect in Marin County. It really is a small world. I don't remember her now, but I wanted to send my sympathy to your family.
I will let a few THS folks know.
Jeanne Zanzi, Corte Madera

Betty Melrose

November 19, 2012

I have such fond memories of our times together, when you would come for a visit. We did have fun, watching movies,
going out for pancakes, playing bridge and just enjoying each other's company. I miss you my dear little friend.

God bless you, I know that you went straight to heaven and
our heavenly FATHER.

Love you,