Willie was a kind, loving, and funny husband, son, brother, uncle, father, step-father and grandfather. He loved fishing, camping, and spending time with family. He was very creative and artistic and he put his talents to use every day until the end. More recently he started oil paintings as a way of dealing with his illness and carving wooden prayer crosses which he donated to grieving families of Hospice patients, and to anyone else who wanted one. He enjoyed going to church attending the men's breakfasts, and entertaining and encouraging the children. He always had a great sense of humor, a warm smile, and a gentle touch. He loved all of his friends, family and most importantly, God. Although his illness was taking over his body, he still kept his faith and only got closer to God.
We love you Willie, although we will miss you dearly, we are happy that you are no longer suffering!
Unfortunately, Willie didn't have anything set aside for his funeral expenses and the costs far exceed what his children can afford, so their grandma is doing what she can, and they don't want that burden on her! Please, if there's anything you can do to help we would appreciate it greatly!!
The Morris Famliy