Jim Morrow Obituary, Death – Jim Morrow of Detroit MI has unexpectedly passed away. Jim’s parents, Eber James Morrow and Mintee (Fields) Morrow, welcomed him into the world on May 19 in Okolona, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Eber James Morrow were Jim Morrow’s parents, and he was their son. He took on the surname of his mother’s maiden name, Fields, and named his son after her. Jim’s desire to be of service to his country drove him to enlist in the Army of the United States, which he did in order to fulfill that objective. In 1972, on December 4th, he was given an honorable discharge from the military duty he had been serving in.
Jim worked as a cook at the Aramark Restaurant located inside the Grand Blanc General Motors factory for the most of the years leading up to his retirement in 2005. He took his retirement in 2005. After Jim had been retired for a while, he took the choice to start his own lawn care service, which he called Big Jim’s Lawn Service, and he named the business after himself. Jim’s expertise in grilling in general was well-known across the community. In his leisure time, he enjoyed activities such as mowing the yard, cooking, fishing, and playing the lottery; nevertheless, the pastime that he valued the most was the opportunity to spend time with his family.
His children Michael Aubrey Morrow and Jenny and her husband Keith Bollinger, as well as his grandchildren Tiffany and her husband, Scott Roy, Kyle (Kaylea Conner) Bollinger, and Michiko Morrow, as well as his great-grandchildren Grace Roy, Max Roy, Allie Bollinger, baby boy Bollinger, Ella Baldwin, and Harper Conner, as well as his siblings Zana Ulastine Jackson of Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Mary Nell Hankins of Atlanta, Georgia. His great-granddaughter, Hope Roy, as well as his grandparents and three of his siblings, George L. Morrow, Clifton K. Morrow, and Dreadie May Jones, all went away before to Jim’s birth.