Marian Frances Morris

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Marian F. Morris, a resident of New Braunfels, passed away on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at her residence at the age of 73. Marian was born on October 26, 1938 in Owosso, MI to Lloyd and Frances Bowen. She was preceded in death by her beloved parents and by one son, Grant O. Roberts. Survivors include her loving husband, Henry W. Morris; her sons, Michael J. Morris and wife Tamyla of New Braunfels and Mark A. Morris of Hampton, Virginia, and daughter, Kim K. Pierce of Round Rock. Marian is also survived by her sisters, Dorrene Maes and husband Bernard, Carol Daniel and husband Mike, and brother, Allen Bowen. In addition, she adored 7 grandchildren. Marian lived life to its fullest. From her youth, she enjoyed racing cars and always kept her eyes on the next fastest model. Although she owned a 65 Mustang convertible when it first came out, it wasn't until the 90's that she was able to purchase her dream car, a white Firebird. All three of her surviving children inherited her love for cars-her daughter works in the car industry and her two sons are avid car enthusiasts. We thank all who were a comfort in her last days especially Hope Hospice, St. Peter and Paul and Community Fellowship of New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to any of the previously mentioned charitable organizations. A Holy Rosary will be recited at 1:00 PM on Monday, June 18, 2012, followed by the memorial service, which starts at 1:30 PM, all to be held at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel with Deacon Raymond Ybarra officiating.

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  1. My Big Sister…I will miss you forever, I will love you forever and take comfort in knowing that you will be with me in spirit forever. Rest in peace dear sister. Lil’ Sis Carol

  2. I had the pleasure of cooking for Mrs. Morris at Rio Terra when they moved in. She was a great woman and I enjoyed my talks with her and getting to know her. She will be missed and I know she will look down on me every time I wish I had a Mustang. Chef Leslie

  3. Marion, it was such a joy to have you at Rio Terra. You were always the first one down to the game room after lunch! I always got a kick out of that. Be free my friend. We will take good care of Hank.

  4. To the Morris family, We love you and are thinking of you right now as you prepare for the service. Mrs. Morris was quite a character, it seems—I was grateful to have met her face-to-face this Easter. Very sorry for your loss, Mike, and for your children as they mourn the passing of their grandmother. Please call us to talk anytime. We are here for you.

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