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Alyce Barnard Morris

Owensboro, Kentucky

May 10, 1939 – Sep 28, 2017

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Words cannot express our sadness in the loss of Alyce. She was such a sweet, kind lady. It was always a pleasur to be with her. We will especially miss our Monday nights with her and the conversations about her love of books. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of her fantastically devoted family..

I was so sorry to hear about Alyce. I have such fond memories of all our times together.
Please know your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers!!

Dear Waymond and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Alyce was a wonderful person. Please know that we are thinking of all of you and and send our sympathy.

To all the family, you are in my prayers. May God comfort you during this time of need.

Kim, Kelly, and Family,
My heart breaks for the loss of your mother. May the Compassionate Love of our Father God surround you and give you peace.

Dear Waymond and family, please accept my condolences on the loss of Alyce. She was a very sweet and savvy lady who will be greatly missed. I had planned to come to visitation this afternoon, but I came down with a cold and didn't think I should come and perhaps spread any germs. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dear Waymond and Family, what a beautiful soul our God now has in His presence. I was saddened to read of Alice's passing.
I remember the fun time that was had playing tennis at Town and Country . I recall Alice and I playing in a singles tournament. I believe it was the hottest day of that summer and by the time it was finished all we could do was drag ourselves across South Griffith Ave. We found the nearest shade, a skinny little stick of a tree, to sit under. Memories aren't they...

I am so sorry for to hear about Mrs. Morris and will be praying for the family and my coach at Russellville High School where Coach Morris used to Coach and where I 1st meet his lovely wife, used to take his oldest daughter to school for them when tey would need me to, coach would let me out of his class to go pick her up.

Alyce will be missed by all who knew her. She was kind, compassionate, and beautiful inside and out. Although my heart is sad, I can't help but smile when I think of some of our special times together. My condolences to her family.


Alyce's Obituaries

Alyce Barnard Morris, 78, of Owensboro passed away Thursday, September 28 at her home with her family by her side. Mrs. Morris was born May 10, 1939 in Owensboro to the late Bill and Gladys Smith Barnard. Alyce was a 1957 graduate of Owensboro High School. She was an avid reader and tennis...

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