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Virginia Marie (Green) Morris
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Submitted by: Brenda Franklin

Virginia Marie (Green) Morris
Virginia Marie Green was born in Wichita, Kansas to Willie Clarence and Ethel Clifton Green on January 20, 1925. She married Samuel A. “Jack” Morris on June 12, 1943 in Inola, Oklahoma. They made there home in the Chelsea area for 62 years moving here from Wagoner, Oklahoma. Sam preceded her in death on December 26, 2001 Virginia went to be with the Lord Tuesday morning at Claremore Regional Hospital.
She is survived by: One Son, Jack Morris and wife Diane of Chelsea, Oklahoma One Daughter, Diana Sullivan and husband Don of Claremore, Oklahoma. Five Grandchildren, Eleven Great Grandchildren and Three Great Great Grandchildren. And a host of other relatives and friends
Graveside Funeral Service: 10:30 Thursday, May 25th at Wards Grove Cemetery in Foyil, Oklahoma Please sign the online Condolence Book at: www.seaman-blanke.com Under the Direction of Seaman - Blanke Funeral Service of Chelsea, Oklahoma

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