Elizabeth F. Morrow
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Elizabeth F. Morrow

Plymouth - Elizabeth Florence Morrow, age 94, of Plymouth, died on October 18th at her daughters home in Lexington, MI under the care of United Hospice of Marlette. She previously happily resided at Sunrise Assisted Living of Northville.

She was born in Cornwall, England, and emigrated to Detroit as a young girl.

Elizabeth is survived by her daughters, Charlene Welsch Blondy (Sam Webster) of Lexington, and Kathleen Welsch Clarke (Burton) of Howell; her beloved grandchildren, Elizabeth Blondy (Patrick Deegan), Nick Clarke (Jessica), and Burt Clark Jr. (Jonathon Fewell); her great granddaughter, Layla Rose called her GG - and she awaited another great grandchild in the spring. Also survived by her stepdaughter, Barbara Morrow, and family in nice, France.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Stuart Morrow and George Welsch, and her parents, Florence and Charles Jenkin.

She will be remembered for her deep faith and her abding love for her churches, First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth and Ward Church of Northville.

Inurnment will be at FPCP. Donations are welcome to the Hospice Services of your choice. Family details available at www.pomeroyfuneralhomes.com.

www.pomeroyfuneralhomes.com






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Published in The Detroit News & Detroit Free Press from Oct. 19 to Oct. 25, 2020.
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October 24, 2020
Betty was a dear, kind friend. She participated in Bible studies and Women's circles at First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth. I enjoyed visiting her and watching the church services on line.
Peggy Fisher-Kmieciak
October 21, 2020
We will always remember Betty and all the trips and fun we had with her. She was a truly good Christian friend. She was always upbeat and made everyone smile. We will miss her.
Beverly Townes
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