My prayers of comfort are sent to Mona and the family. Bishop Morford was my very first Bishop and in honor of him I named my son after him. Bishop, I have missed the oppurtunity to keep in touch. Just know I have learned and grown in the wisdom you have shared with me. So many people have been bless with just knowing you, and so many are missing the great blessing of knowing you. Again my prayers go out to the family.
back when, Jeanna Lyons
Thank you, Bishop Morford, for always making me laugh. You were the father I never had. I love you and will never forget you.
Thanks for being such a dear friend, Don.
Love, LeRoy and Millie Lim
Brother Morford was in my ward, North Marion Ward in Woodburn, OR all of when I grew up. A fond memory I have of Brother Morford was when we went to the temple, all of us youth, and when we got back, I was in his car and he said, "Ya know...someone did a confirmation for Harry Potter!" Me being a naive little girl, I believed him! I'm grown up now and realized it was a joke, but at the time, he had me believing! I'll miss his jokes, his pranks, his sense of humor, and him always asking me, "Staying out of trouble rugrat?" I'll miss you Brother Morford. 'Til we meet again.
Bishop made me feel right at home when I moved into the singles ward. His loving way and bright smile will be missed!
Don was one of my favorite people in the whole world. I have such fun memories of him at girls camp, especially of him as King Kamehameha. He was a great friend and we shared the same sense of humor. He promised me at girls camp he would be there when I married in the temple, and he was! My best memory was of him coming to the NICU to give my very sick newborn baby a blessing and giving me one as well. That baby is a healthy 23 year old now. I thought of him often over the years and will miss him. He is a great man!!
I will miss your nicknames you gave me...and there were many! I will miss your laugh. But I will always have the memories and the lessons you taught me. Until we meet again.
Bishop Morford you rocked the Singles Ward during my time there! I don't know of anyone else that could have made it so much fun. I will miss your loving and generous Spirit almost as much as I will miss your teasing and mischievous grin. No one could play a prank or tell a joke the way you did. Having known you almost my whole life, I will miss you dearly, but knowing that one day I will see that silly grin again will help ease the sadness and loss at your passing. Lots of love and prayers to your family.
Bishop Morford taught me that you can be serious and laugh at the same time. Our hearts and prayers are with the entire family. We miss you all.
Your kindess was bountiful. Your laughter was quick. Your thoughtfulness was abundant. You will be remembered by the many people who's lives you touched in such a profound way. There is no doubt that Heaven has gained a mischievious angel flying around!! You will be missed.
What wonderful memories we have shared over the last 40 yrs.!! They are as vivid in our minds today as the man himself. Since we can't remember yesterday, this is a good thing.
Oh, how will I miss my beloved bishop and his wonderful stories! You are a great man and God must really need some laughs right about now after he watches this world for a brief moment. We have lost a great man but we will have all those wonderful memories. Mona, I love you and my prayers are with you and your family.