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Stella Morris

Stella Louise Morris

July 4, 1942 - October 19, 2020
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Stella Louise (Sewell) Morris, beloved wife, mother, and “Nana”, ended her valiant twelve-month battle against cancer on October 19, 2020. Stella fought relentlessly and with humor and grace. Her family and friends take comfort in knowing that she is safe, whole, radiant and healed by her heavenly Father. The following text, taken from an English paper prepared by an eighteen year old Stella Sewell, perfectly captures Stella’s life view: “My faith in God cannot be denied. I have seen His mercy and goodness, and I have known His power. He has given me the strength and courage for my life. Everything I have was given to me by Him. I have had a happy life; my wish is that I may always do my best to please my Savior. I leave things in God’s hands. He has done well thus far.” The family of Stella Morris will receive friends (Visitation) from 1-2pm on Thursday, October 22, 2020, followed by a Memorial Service officiated by the Reverend Belinda Blessen. Stella was born on July 4, 1942, in Shamrock, TX, to Haskell and Nona Sewell. Stella is survived by husband Robert L. Morris; daughters Angie and Lana Magers; daughter Kelly Morris Ceritelli and husband Michael; son John R. Morris; brother Bill Sewell; and grandchildren Addison, Kara and Nicholas Ceritelli. in lieu of flowers please donate to Citychurch McKinney: https://www.citychurchmckinney.com/Donate
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Caroline Garcia

Posted at 12:00am
i loved our trip to Houston together. Thank you for all the help, information, and hope you gave to me at work. Caroline Olson-Garcia
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Teresa Obryan

Posted at 12:00am
Dear Robert and family - I just heard about Stella. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my condolences and I pray you find peace in your hearts knowing she is in God’s hands. Stella and I worked together for years and I will always be thankful for her willingness to share her knowledge. I will also remember Stella for her grace and kindness she showed to all. May you find peace in you hearts through memories you shared. Teresa O’Bryan, Dallas Texas
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Corina Rodriguez

Posted at 12:00am
Dear Robert, condolences to you and your family on the loss of your lovely wife I am just now learning. You were my good coworker and mentor who helped teach me at work when I started in your department. I am grateful. I did not get a chance to know Stella in the section next to us that well, but always admired you both. It's nice to see she had a wonderful life. God bless you and bring comfort. --Corina Rodriguez, Dallas, TX
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Angie Magers

Posted at 12:00am
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Paula L Hammond

Posted at 12:00am
I was blessed to have known Stella since 1974. She was a dedicated co-worker who became a friend for life. I will miss our texts and her comments on my FB posts of pictures of my son. She was the epitome of strength and grace. Prayers for the family in their loss.
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