“So long Judge -You were held in the highest esteem by the police profession
John J Flood
Cook County Police Department ( Ret )
“Our deepest sympathies. Thank you Mary Ann for thinking of our Misericordia folks, during these hard days. You and all the McMorrows are in our prayers.
“Please accept my sincere condolences
May your fond memories bring a smile to your face. Turn to God to bring you comfort in your distress. He is near to all those calling upon him and their cry's for help he hears.
Psalms 145: 18,19
“To the Family of Justice McMorrow. I am sorry I could not attend funeral services due to out of state commitments. I had the distinct pleasure of working with Justice McMorrow in the past. She was truly a wonderful lady and a great jurist who served the people of Illinois with grace and distinction. May she rest in peace and may her memory be forever eternal.
“Dear Mary Ann - Tho my name is unknown to you, I worked in the State's Atorney's Office when your motheer worked there. I was sec'y to the State's Attorney and I admired your mother greatly. Years later we met for lunch with Elma Kahn, the adm. head of the State's Attorney's office, and we promised to keep in touch. But of course we did not. But my respect for your mother never changed. I am so sorry. I am older than your mother, and upset that she left this earth so soon. Please...
“Dear Mary Ann,
My heart goes out to you for the loss of your Mother. I know how difficult that can be. You and your Mom kept my own parents in your prayers during their time of illness. Your Mom was a very warm, kind and loving person who always had a smile and a kind word when we met. She has also raised a daughter with those same qualities and her legacy will live on in our hearts. She has risen to the highest "office" as our guardian angel. May she pray for us and be ever at...