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Michael Robert Morris

August 23, 1951February 14, 2021

CTOCS Michael R. Morris, 69, died February 14, 2021. His most rewarding employment years were his nearly 25 years on active duty in the U.S. Navy. Some duty stations called Mike “the chief maker”. At some duty stations he was known as MO.

Michael is survived by his wife, Jessie, of fifty years, daughter Karen and her children Justine and Jacob; daughter Karla; and daughter Kelly (David) and their children, Mikayla and Emily. He is also survived by his brother, Tim and sister, Cathy (Todd). Mike was predeceased by his parents, Robert and Norma Morris.

"Fair winds and following seas." You stand relieved, Mike. We have the watch. Bos’n stand by to pipe the side. Our Brother, Friend, and Senior Chief is now on the Staff of the Supreme Commander. Hand salute; Ready to TAPS with the Utmost Respect.

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NOSC D.C.

March 1, 2021

Senior Chief Morris, Honored our flag with his distinguished service and from this day forward our flag will honor him.

Fair Winds and Following Seas is a gesture of good luck to those we will miss and sailors who have served with honor and courage.

- Very respectfully, from your 'Shipmates' at
Navy Operational Support Center, Washington, D.C.

"Any person who may be asked in this century what they did to make their life worthwhile, can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction,
'I served in the United States Navy,'
President John F. Kennedy

Ed Kaplin

February 19, 2021

MO was a good man, honest, always supportive. MO lived by example, a man with high standards and scruples.
I had the pleasure of serving with CPO Morris at NCU London back in the early 80's.
Those were the days of work, work, work and fun, fun, fun, and more work and more fun.
May the Lord bless MO's loved ones and friends, may they think upon him with fond memories.


Steven Novak

February 18, 2021

So sorry to hear of Mo’s passing. I had the honor of serving with him in London. He loved his Navy and we loved him back. He was a terrific shipmate and friend. The last time I saw him was at my home in Maryland in 2004 when we had a London reunion. All of us enjoyed a great afternoon reminiscing and we played darts on the porch — like we were back in England. He will be sorely missed but forever in our hearts.

Carol Clarke

February 18, 2021

Jessie - so sorry for your loss. Great memories playing cards. Laughing and sharing stories. In our hearts always.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY