Andrew N. Morrow
1929 - 2020

Andrew N. Morrow

February 22, 1929 – August 29, 2020

Andrew N. Morrow, 91, of Lincoln died Aug. 29, 2020, at home shortly after learning of advanced cancer. Born Feb. 22, 1929, in Fremont, Nebraska, to Dr. Hamilton Nesbit Morrow and Luella May (Oberg) Morrow. He married Margaret Mary Stoltenberg from Bennington, Nebraska, on June 27, 1958.

Artistic and creative, Andrew had a 60-year-plus career in Interior Design, founding Morrow Interiors in Lincoln in 1961. He served on many boards professionally and as a volunteer, especially with ASID, Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, and First Lutheran Church. He and Margaret enjoyed and supported the arts in Lincoln. They were life-long learners and loved to travel.

Survivors: children, Megan Morrow, Molly (Morrow) Goninan and her husband, Brian, and Andrew C. (Drew) Morrow, all of Lincoln; grandchildren, Charles Mackey (foster grandson), Emma (Goninan) Newcomb and her husband Garin, Alaina Goninan, Maisie Morrow, and Poppy Morrow, all of Lincoln; nieces and nephew, and cousins. Andrew was preceded in death by his parents, his sister and brothers, and his wife of 50 years, Margaret.

A funeral for immediate family only will held Saturday, Sept. 19, at 11 a.m. at First Lutheran Church in Lincoln. A link for livestreaming, or viewing a recording online, can be found in the extended obituary at In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Tabitha of Lincoln, First Lutheran Church of Lincoln, or the donor's choice.

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Published by Fremont Tribune from Sep. 2 to Sep. 12, 2020.
First Lutheran Church
, Lincoln, Nebraska
Funeral services provided by:
Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home
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Andrew brought me much satisfaction with his ideas and counsel in decorating my home several times. He will be missed.
Donna Hinkley
September 14, 2020
Molly, Andrew and Megan~ I am so to read this. Your father was a very talented man! Big hugs to all! Peace be with his memory!
Jill Johnson Kuhel
September 2, 2020