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Jeffrey Morgan Morehouse passed away Tuesday, September 6, 2011, as the result of a bicycling accident he suffered on August 22, 2011 near his Terrell Hills home. He was born in Tulsa, OK on June 12, 1943. Jeff was the son of Freda Billington Morehouse and William D. Morehouse. He graduated from W. B. Ray High School, The University of Oklahoma, and St. Mary's School of Law. Jeff was a practicing attorney in San Antonio for over 40 years. Always with a twinkle in his eye, he lived life to the fullest. Some of his happiest experiences include hunting and fishing at Osborn Island in Canada, racing vintage motorcycles at Daytona, collecting antique cars including a '32 Ford, off road racing in the Baja 1000, taking his family bird shooting in Africa, and time spent on the family's Diamond O Ranch in South Texas. Jeff greatly enjoyed games of chance played with friends in the Men's Grill at the San Antonio Country Club. In recent years, he loved spending time at his family home in Rockport and preferred to end the day at the helm of his boat, The Patriot, taking family and friends for a cocktail cruise at sunset. Jeff was a member of The Argyle, the San Antonio Country Club, the Order of the Alamo, and First Presbyterian Church. Jeff will be missed by a wide circle of friends from all walks of life. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Diana Townsend Morehouse; his daughters, Lisa Morehouse Ray and son-in-law, Clint Ray of San Antonio, Amy Morehouse of Austin, and his adored grandchildren, Carson and Lauren Ray to whom he was known affectionately as "Potts". Other survivors include his sisters, Sara and Phil Bogel of Dallas, Susan and Logan Chamberlain of Cuenca, Equador, Wende and Paul Bell of Las Vegas, NV and brother, Billy Morehouse and his wife, Theresa of Corpus Christi.

MEMORIAL SERVICE
FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
3:00 P.M.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
404 N. ALAMO

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Texas Biomedical Research Center P.O. Box 760549 San Antonio, Texas 78245 or the charity of your choice.

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Published in Express-News from Sept. 8 to Sept. 9, 2011
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