Kenneth Ray Morehouse

August 16, 1954November 18, 2018
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Mr. Kenneth Ray Morehouse, age 64 formally of Texarkana, Texas, died November 18,2018 in Richmond Virginia.

Mr. Morehouse was born August 16, 1954 in Oklahoma and moved to Texarkana in the early 1980's. He was an Insurance Salesman all his adult life and served on several local organization boards such as the Boy Scouts of America and the Optimist Club. He also served in many positions and posts at his Church First United Methodist Church Texarkana, AR. He attended East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. For several years he also was owned an Insurance Agency in Hot Springs, Arkansas which he and his late wife ran. He retired in 2015 and lived with his Son Benjamin, daughter-in Law Sonia and Grandson Stathis in Kailua, HI. In 2016 he moved with his Son's family to Richmond, VA.

He is preceded in death by his late wife Carolyn J. Morehouse of Texarkana, TX who passed away April 9, 2015. His Mother Martha Morehouse of Texarkana who passed away on November 11, 2000 and His Father Eldon Morehouse of Oklahoma City who passed away on February 26,1993.

Survivors include his Son Benjamin Morehouse and daughter-in-law Sonia Limberis of Richmond, Virginia. His daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Robert Jacuzzi of Little Rock, AR; Son Greg Raney of Texarkana, TX ; grandsons, Stathis Limberis of Richmond, VA and Luke Jacuzzi of Little Rock, AR; and his brother Gary Morehouse of Dallas Texas, nephew and Niece Charles Morehouse of Oklahoma City and Glenna Morehouse of Dallas Texas.

Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 29th, 2018 at First United Methodist Church, Texarkana, Arkansas.

The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 29th at First United Methodist Church, Texarkana, Arkansas.

Burial will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park.

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  • Benjamin Morehouse and Sonia Limberis, Son and Daughter--in-Law
  • Michelle and Robert Jacuzzi, Daughter and Son-in-Law
  • Greg Raney, Son
  • Mr. Morehouse also leaves to cherish his memory his grandsons, Stathis Limberis and Luke Jacuzzi, his brother Gary Morehouse and a nephew and niece Charles Morehouse and Glenna Morehouse.


  • Family to receive friends Thursday, November 29, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, November 29, 2018

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Karen Andrews Lucas

November 29, 2018

I met Ken in the mid 1980's in Leadership Texarkana and we became friends. Of course, with Ken being the great salesperson he was, I soon became a client, insuring my home and auto with his company. He also served on the Board of Directors of Awareness of Crime in Texarkana when I was Executive Director of the organization. He was one of the best board members and worked tirelessly to support ACT in all our fundraising and event planning. He was also on the Executive Board and used his leadership skills to support the endeavors of our agency. Ken supported many organizations that were near and dear to his heart and the Boy Scouts and many other groups benefited from his generosity and knowledge.

He and Carolyn were a great match and always had fun whether working together in the office or on one of their many trips. They were both devoted to family and loved their children and grandchildren immensely. They loved traveling to Little Rock and being able to watch Luke in sporting events and spend time with him.

Ken always showed interest in my family from the time we met in Leadership Texarkana. I'm sure his many clients over the years may have started as clients and became friends. And I believe many people started as friends and became clients as I did. Ken and Carolyn served as Communion Stewards at our church for many years, even when Carolyn was battling health issues. I will always cherish their friendships and great memories of their stories shared while stopping in the insurance office for a quick visit that usually turned into an hour or more. God Bless the Morehouse and Raney families in this time of loss. Gary and I will be praying for you.