Charles  Morris, Jr.

Obituary of Charles Thomas Morris, Jr.

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Charles T. Morris Jr. of Holly Hill, FL passed away quietly on Monday December 5, 2022 after being a warrior in his battle with prostate cancer for many years. He was the son of Charles Sr. and Lucille Paris-Morris. Originally from Glen Rock, NJ he is survived by his brother Arthur, wife Lynn, his children Charles III and wife Beverly of Nanticoke, PA, his two daughters Wendy Perry, husband Robert and daughter Courtney Dee, husband James, both of Little Silver, NJ and 9 grandchildren. Charles was a graduate of Monmouth College and spent many years as a banking executive before leaving his corporate lifestyle to use his incredible creativity to pursue more peaceful and meaningful endeavors. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing and boating. He graduated AMI Institute and obtained certifications in the Marine and motorcycle fields. Riding one of the many motorcycles he had over the years was among his favorite pastimes. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to establish diverse businesses from marine detailing to designing and manufacturing detailed and impressive mobiles based on Audubon society studies. Charles was a Vietnam era Air Force veteran and the family extends many thanks to the Veterans Administration for the care they gave him over the years. Charles will be laid to rest at George Washington Memorial Park in Paramus on Saturday Dec. 17th. For those interested in sending flowers, there are local florists listed on the funeral home website. The family also suggests that a donation can be made in any amount in Charles' name to the American Cancer Society P.O. Box 6704, Hagerstown, MD 21741.



1:00 pm
Saturday, December 17, 2022
George Washington Memorial Park
234 Paramus Road
Paramus, New Jersey, United States
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Charles  Morris, Jr.

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Charles Morris, Jr.

1943 - 2022

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