Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

895 Ouellette Ave, Windsor, ON


Alice Edge Morris

October 31, 1921July 29, 2020

Alice slipped away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at the age of 98. Her loving family: predeceased daughter Gwen (Bill Longley Sr.); Rick (Lise) and John (Kathy Rawlings); grandchildren Bill, Debra, Cheryl, Lisa, Douglas, Lauren and Christopher, 13 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild, close niece Lynn Ann and her dog Chance. Alice was deeply devoted to her family and well loved – we are enriched by a lifetime of cherished memories. Her extensive volunteer history includes Red Feather Campaigns, Windsor Police Association, Calvary and Bedford United Churches. She had been employed at IODE Hospital and GM Trim Plant for many years. Alice enjoyed cultivating many enduring friendships. Thank you, Bob Schmidt, for your many kindnesses. Many thanks to the Met Hospital staff at 7 North for their excellent care and attention. A very special thank you to all the expert and loving caregivers at The Village at St. Clair. Alice will be missed by so many but is now resting in peace after a long, active and productive life. Graveside Funeral Service: we met at 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at the entrance of Victoria Memorial Gardens, 1185 Hwy #3, Tecumseh, Ontario for the graveside service at 1:00 pm . Please join us in remembering Alice by visiting our memorial at andersonfuneralhomewindsor.com


  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020


Alice Edge Morris

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Priscilla Lassaline

August 4, 2020

I remember Alice driving every Sunday to Campbell Ave. to have early dinner with her friends, Dorothy, Irene and Sylvia. Dorothy was my neighbor for 20 years. I recall the big stretch limo pulling up to Dorothy's house when Alice turned 90. What fun they had.
They were all a great bunch of ladies, who hopefully, are now reunited.

Nancy Holden

August 2, 2020

I worked with Mrs. Morris at IODE Hospital in the mid 1960s and have always remembered her. As a new RN beginning my career, I was so fortunate to be placed on a floor with wonderful staff. She was always dependable, pleasant and very helpful. I wish I had known she was at Village of St. Clair, as I was frequently there until last year when my mother passed away. I would have loved to have met up with her again, after all these years. Never to be forgotten, it was a sad day for us when she left IODE to work at the GM Trim Plant.


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