FAYE PEOPLES MORRIS
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YOUNGSTOWN - There will be a funeral service at noon on Friday, June 14, 2019, at the Conley & VandenBerg Funeral Home, for Faye Peoples Morris, 84, who departed this life to her Heavenly home on June 8, 2019, surrounded by her family.
Faye Peoples Morris was born Aug. 23, 1934 in Youngstown, daughter of Wiley Peoples and Ora Miller. To this union, she was the first born of two children.
She was a caretaker to many. Faye loved to cook, entertain, and was a true social butterfly. She gave her life to Christ at an early age. She was a devoted member of the Commandment Keepers Temple.
Faye leaves to cherish her memory, her husband, Elmer Morris, whom she married Oct. 1, 1994; five daughters, Stephanie Smith, Deborah Johnson , Jacquelyn Morris, Gwendolyn Morris, all of Youngstown, and Waretha Brown of Austintown; her son, Larry (Gina) Johnson of Wildamor, Calif.; 25 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister-in-law Betty Hollis of Youngstown; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Besides her parents Faye was preceded in death by a son, Timothy Smith, and a brother, Clyde Peoples.
Family and friends may call on Friday, June 14, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Conley & VandenBerg Funeral Home, 75 E Midlothian Blvd. in Youngstown.
Family and friends may visit www.conleyfh.com to view this tribute and share condolences to the Morris family.
Dignified Arrangements are being handled by the Directors at the Conley & VandenBerg Funeral Home.
Grace & Peace to the family.
“We are truly going to miss our dear Mama Faye who cared for, loved so many and was truly loved in return. We thank God that he placed her in our lives so many years ago as she has always been an inspiration, especially in times of trials/tribulations, but she also taught us to be not only good people, but loving ones. Steffie (Honey), you said Mama taught you everything about life except how to live without her. Darling, I don't believe she could teach that to you because she wasn't given that information by the Father since she hadn't reached that stage in her life until she went home; that's one of life's lessons I sincerely believe we learn as we go on without loved ones. Our Heavenly Father loaned her, one of His most precious Angels, to us for a few short earthly years; but He became lonely and called her back Home to Him. May we all rejoice that she has reached her most cherished and desired dream: to behold the Face of Jesus.”
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