Jon Robert Morris

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Jon Robert Morris, 55, of 1 Page Avenue, Asheville, died Thursday, February 8, 2007, at Mission Hospitals. A native of Springfield, MA, he was a son of Robert Morris and the late Genevieve Frances Hart Morris and was also preceded in death by his wife, Patricia Klodginski Morris, in 1986. He worked for Morris Financial Traders. In addition to his father, survivors include a daughter, Rachel Morris of San Antonio, TX; two sisters, Susanne Morris Glasscock and husband Melbern of Houston, TX and Pamela Morris Young and husband W. Crawford of Columbia, SC. Memorial services will be 3:00 pm Sunday in the Lake Julian chapel of Groce Funeral Home. The family will receive friends following the service.

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  1. Granddad, Rachel, Mom and Susie,

    Anna and I send our love and our thoughts are with you.

    ‘There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.’ -Thornton Wilder

  2. I will miss my friend john.
    I know he will be happy in heaven more so than here on earth Being that he missed his late wife dearly.
    He will be a friend hard to forget cause of his great personality and around the globe out of this world stories. I can see him now wearing that fedora hat with that grin of a man that was of class.
    One of his sayings at the end of a meeting or call would be ‘Catch you on the Flipside’ And that is what we will have to do now. Bless you John!
    I will pray for his father, daughter and family he left behind for they will be the ones to suffer his loss and have only memories now of this good fellow John Robert Morris.

  3. I would simply like to share my fondest memory of Jon:
    He brought me, on a family trip, to the mountains of Grindelwald where we lept off the ground and suspended reality for the magical, weightless and carefree minutes until our paragliders touched down.

  4. Dear Uncle Bob, Rachel, and all the family–
    Tom and I are so sorry to hear of Jon’s passing. I hope your wonderful memories keep him alive in your heart and mind forever.

  5. Dear Bob & family,
    With deepest sympathy for your great loss. We always say, ‘Life is too short, enjoy every minute’, this seems more important now.

  6. Dear Mr. Bob …

    My girls and I are so sad for you in this time of great loss. We hope that all of these expressions of condolence are a comfort to you, and please know that we love you and are sending you prayers and good wishes … Anne Elizabeth, Larkin and Kyrie

  7. Grandaddy,
    I have you to thank for my recent relationship with Uncle Jon. Having you just a couple hours away has been the greatest blessing and I will cherish my last memories of Uncle Jon forever. Please know that I am thinking of you always and only a phone call away. I hope to see you soon, I love you!

    Rachel, Mom, and Aunt Susie,
    All my love and thoughts are with each of you. Your strength will get you through this hard time but never forget how many people care about you and are here for you.


  8. The time in Asheville to get to know John was way too short! He will be missed by friends and family. May he find eternal peace.

  9. Mr. Morris;

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you in your time of sorrow.

    Freida Jones-Dewey
    Texas Aromatics, LP

  10. Rachel, Bob, Susie & Pam-

    My thoughts are with you not only as you deal with your loss, but also as you think back on fond memories.

  11. Bob,
    I am sorry for the loss of your son. You are surounded by others who care so much for you and your family in this trying time.

    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.

    You are in my thoughts,
    Dawn Flanigan

  12. Dear Mr Morris,

    Clyde and I wanted to express our sympathy to you and your family.
    One of the many traits we admire in you is your strength and endurance. Call on these now to help you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    I think of you often and am grateful to know you.
    God Bless

  13. Mike & I had a very good visit in Asheville, N. C. with Jon and Uncle Bob. He spoke about his trip to Europe with his father. He told us about Rachel and her life in San Antonio. He spoke about his sisters and their families.
    Mike and I are thankful we were able to have this visit, Uncle Bob was looking forward to his 93rd birthday.
    We send our prayers to each of you on the loss of your Jon Robert.

    Mike and Pat, Brigid Koontz and Tara Reid.

  14. Dear Mr. Morris, Susie, Pam and Rachel,
    We know that this is a hard time for all of you. I (Anne) remember Jon from when Susie and I were at Rice and he was just a young boy. It is always hard when we lose someone dear to us. Bob and I will be praying for all of you in your grief.

  15. It will be the little things
    that you will remember
    the quiet moments, the smiles,
    the laughter.
    And although it may
    seem hard right now,
    it will be the memory
    of these little things
    that help to push away the pain
    and bring the smiles back again.’
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Love Carol and Justin.

  16. Bob, Susie, Mel, Pam,
    Please know that we are thinking about you all.
    Anne, Paul, and Andrew Hailes

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