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Jerry L. Morrow Obituary
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February 19, 2018

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February 23, 2013
"Little Things Mean a Lot" sung by Kitty Kallen.
My first journalism lesson from Dr. Morrow in 1974 at Toledo. That song has been a life's mantra for me in all I do.

My deepest sympathy to the Morrow family.

Dennis Sulewski
Class of '77, University of Toledo
Lakeside Park, Ky
February 23, 2013
Dear Betsy, David and Michael,
Please know you are and will remain in
our thoughts and prayers. Peace be with
you all. Our love, Sonny and Nancy
February 23, 2013
Betsy & Family - I was deeply saddened to learn of Jerry's death. He was my first Journalism professor and I vividly remember that first class and the lessons he taught us. We hadn't a clue what it meant to be a Journalist; Jerry knew and taught us in ways that made sure we never forgot...and I never have. He will be missed and although it may be late in coming...thank you, Dr. Morrow.
February 22, 2013
Dr. Morrow's influence shaped my career in writing. He was forthright and often brutally honest, which made the lessons he taught highly memorable. During the first class of his I attended, he assigned obituary writing, then selected one to read to the class. When I realized it was mine, I was thrilled...until it became clear it was being used as an example of how NOT to write a death notice. The reason: I used "passed away" instead of "died." He taught me to always say the unflinching, unvarnished truth. I will remember him with great admiration and respect. He was the best and most life-altering teacher I've ever had the honor of knowing.
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