“I remember growing up going to Mr. Morris store on the cross roads. He would greet us and treat us kindly and with respect for children. Always giving us a little something to go home with sometimes (candy) His memory will follow me throughout life. He will be missed.
“Ed could light up a room like no other. Never short of words or a good laugh he will be greatly missed. The conversation and laughter around my grandmother's dinner table each Sunday night always bring a smile to our faces. Ed could get my grandmother going as well as anyone..."Pearl are you sure we're supposed to eat this? "No please don't let Dot cut the pie its not like getting any at all with those small slices." Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers...
“My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
“ "Tinkertoy" was a really good and funny person. I will always remember the days spent at the old store on 360 and at "Reese's garage". God took another angel home.
“Mr. Morris gave me my first "public" job in his store and I will always be thankful for his kindness. He was a good person and I know you will miss him dearly. May God be with you in this time of need.
“The loss of someone so close is difficult to bear. We share your grief.
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Edward Jackson Morris Edward Jackson Morris, 82, of 7300 Old Richmond Road, Danville, Va., died Sunday, August 28, 2013, at his residence. He had been in declining health since November of 2012. Mr. Morris was born in Pittsylvania County, Va., on January 2, 1931, a son of the late Matthew Layne...Read More