Sam Morris Obituary, Death – Sam Morris has tragically passed away. Even though he was born on July 13 in the city of Kissimmee, Florida, both of his parents, the late Sherman E. Morris and Sara F. (Gates), had already passed away before he was even conceived. His maternal grandfather was Sara F. (Gates), and his paternal grandfather was Sherman E. Morris. According to the information on his birth certificate, both of his parents were originally from the city of Kissimmee in Florida.

Beginning in 1969 and continuing his employment there until the year 2000, he was a member of the Diebold Company workforce. It was the year 2000 that marked his last year of service at that location. After that, he was successful in obtaining employment at the Hennis Care Centre in Bolivar, where he remained until the conclusion of his tenure there in the year 2005 (when his employment there was terminated). He stayed there until the very end of his time there in that position. Sam served in the United States Army, but when he wasn’t doing his country’s work, he enjoyed doing things like working with wood, going fishing, and spending time with his grandchildren.

Sam also had a passion for serving his country. In addition to this, Sam served his country in the United States Army in a manner that was exemplary. Only one member of his family, his wife, who was formerly named Diane Guenther and whom he wed on May 1st, 1964 — is still with us today. He has lost all of his other relatives. At this point in time, she is the only living member of her family that has managed to survive. She is the only member of his family to have outlived him.

He was the last survivor of his family. He was the only member of his family to have survived. The only member of his family to have made it through the ordeal unscathed was him. He is also survived by his three daughters, Tiffanie (Richard) Chabot of Canton, Tonya (Sean) Mulrooney of Canton, and Teresa (Timothy) Goss of Bolivar; his six grandchildren, Connor, Tanner, Clarysa, Brittney, and Timothy; his great grandson, Landon; his two brothers, Steven (Ruth) Subel and Jack Subel, both of Alabama; and his sister, Barbara. In addition