• Lynnhurst/Greenwood Chapel of Berry Funeral Home
    Knoxville, TN
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Rev. Morris S. (Deet) Bagwell

Rev. Morris S. (Deet) Bagwell

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February 03, 2012
Bro Bagwell you are truly missed !
February 03, 2012
Morris and Judy were two of the loved members of our Promise Keeper family for over 15 years. We treasure every remembrance of our short times together. His love of his sweet wife and the Lord were infectious and we looked forward to our every moment together. We will see you again with our Lord, Jesus Christ!
February 02, 2012
We love and miss you!
February 26, 2011
Lost one of the best friends a man could ever have. I'll see you soon Bag!..Bill Brabson
February 08, 2011
We love you and are committed to praying and walking beside you all during this time!
February 08, 2011
Please accept my sincerest sympathy on your loss. Morris "is" a special person. It was always my pleasure to see him. I remember the last time was about a year ago at the Home Show. Even though he was deep in his battle with cancer he still had that ever present humor. I know you miss him terribly. Morris is one of those people who will stay with us all even in death. His spirit lives on. Dan Arp
February 07, 2011
Judy..we are so sorry to hear of your loss. we did not know Morris, but he must have been a wonderful man. I hope you will find comfort in knowing that your longtime neighbors of Kingsport, Tn. , the Salyer family are thinking of you.....
Shelby Jean (Salyer)Hall, Draper, Virginia
February 07, 2011
Missing you. I can hardly wait to see you again one day.
Linda
February 07, 2011
Judy and Family. My deepest and most sincere condolences. I worked with Morris when he worked for Xerox. I will never forget his warmth and the joy he shared with everyone. Or for that matter, the pictures of his trip across Alaska on his motorcycle so many years ago. I often tell the story to new grandparents when discussing what they want to be called by their grandchildren of how he came to be called “Deet.” Most of all, I remember the smile on his face and the joy in his heart as he told me the story of his grandson. I know Morris will continue to watch over you and everyone he loves. He will continue to bring light into our hearts.
In His name,
February 06, 2011
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
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