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David Morris

David Morris

Saturday, April 20th, 1946 Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for David Kent Morris (Morris)

A loving and accepting fighter, David "Dave" Kent Morris, age 74, of Huber Heights, passed away Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 at his home.

He was born April 20th, 1946 to Bertha and William Morris. David learned to endure hardship during his early years. It taught him compassion and gave him a desire to help. He also learned to be a fighter. He didn't win all, or even most of the time, but he didn't back down. David was a natural storyteller, and like all good storytellers, he never let the truth get in the way of a great story. He loved to cook. His vegetable soup was legendary. He was good at tennis, loved to sail, and even raced motorcycles for a short period. Dave absolutely loved to be around people.

In the late 1980's he worked as a seller for Ricoh. They were at the cutting edge of barcoding and security measures, and those six years of tremendous professional success were a real sense of accomplishment for him. David was 16 years sober. He was an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous, and the opportunity to share his struggle with alcoholism gave him a social and spiritual victory. However, his real victories were his son and his grandsons, and his greatest passion was loving them.

David is survived by his son Zachary Morris, Zachary's wife Ellen, their sons, Sebastian and Jonathan Morris, and David's sister Sandy Archer.

To help the family celebrate his life, you are invited to share during a life celebration memorial service on
Friday, July 3, at 1:00 pm at Conner and Koch Life Celebration Home (92 W. Franklin Street, Bellbrook, 45305). The service can be viewed live using the link following link: https://www.oneroomstreaming.com/view/authorise.php?k=159347548965472. Interment will take place at 3:00 pm at Royal Oak Cemetery (7217 National Rd, Brookville, 45309).

Please use David's online Book of Memories to share photos, condolences, and memories on his tribute wall. Those wishing to send flowers or plant a memorial tree can do so in memory of David at www.ConnerAndKoch.com.

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Gail Thompson

When I think of David at Trotwood Madison the first thing that comes to mind was that he had the best smile. Really a noteworthy smile. My condolences to David’s family.
Comment | Posted at 09:30pm via Condolence

Zachary Morris

Thank you Gail.
Posted at 10:45am
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Gary Barker

David and I were friends in our pre- teen and early teen years. During the summertime we were always together playing and roaming through the fields in our neighborhood and sometimes even beyond. We learned how to play tennis by playing with each other after a long two mile walk from our houses. He was a wonderful part of my younger life I shall miss him.
Gary Barker
Comment | Posted at 11:18pm via Condolence

Zachary Morris

Dad used to beat me and my friends at tennis all the time. Now I know where he learned to play. Thanks for the kind words.
Posted at 10:44am
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Zachary Morris

Dad was a a kind man that always gave more than he took. He will be missed
Comment | Posted at 04:53pm via Condolence

Zachary Morris

Dad was a a kind man that always gave more than he took. He will be missed as a father, a grandfather, and a friend.
Comment | Posted at 02:50pm via Condolence

Cecil F Bowes

A good friend who will be missed
Comment | Posted at 01:02pm via Condolence
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