June 1, 1927 – January 29, 2014
at the age of 86 years
Celebration of LIfe: Saturday, May, 24, 2012, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m., Memorial Hall, Sorrento
Russ passed away on January 29, 2014 at Bastion Place, Salmon Arm at age 86.
He was born in N. Vancouver on June 1, 1927 and moved to BlindBay in 1994. Russ was an active member of the Sorrento Lions Club as well as a 53 yr. member of the Masons. He loved cooking for local functions and shared many recipes that he collected. He also enjoyed oil painting and took interest in painting milk cans. At Christmas, he was Santa to many local children.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Donna, eight Children, six Sons-in-law, one Daughter-in-law, 24 Grand Children, five Great Grand Children, Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins.
Russ requested that his family and friends join in his celebration of life. Please join us for an open house on May 24, 2014 at the Memorial Hall in Sorrento from 1:00 – 4:00 to celebrate Russ’ life.
The Family wishes to thank Dr. Aitchison and all the Nurses that provided palliative care at ShuswapLakeGeneralHospital and Bastion Place.
In lieu of flowers, a donation maybe made to the Shuswap Hospital Foundation or to the North Okanagan-Shuswap Brain Injury Society (NOSBIS).
Our deepest condolences to Russell’s passing. We will always remember his humorous personality and his great cooking. Even though we have not seen or heard from him in years, he was always thought of often.
The man…the mission. If there’s one man I will remember who always found something to do it would be Russ. Painting, soldering, printing, fixing, etc. Every time I came over he had something new on the go! He was always a pleasure to be around and has left me with many fond memories. Especially the last visit I had with him at Bastion. What a sense of humor right to the end! Donna, although he has physically left us, his spirit lives on. We wish you fond memories and time well spent with loved ones while you continue to enjoy what life has to offer.
All our love, Ryan, Lana, Amber & Sienna
There are lots of good memories that the kids will have of spending summers staying with Grandma and Grandpa Morrow. Going out on the house boat, fishing, tinkering in the workshop, watching the Canada Day fireworks. (Counting all the eagles.) Even the Lion’s club Easter hunt that we took the kids to. All good memories. Oh, Russ, who will I exchange recipes with now. We will miss you! Wish I could have gotten one more of your big bear hugs.
Just wanted to extend our heart-felt condolences to you. We can only imagine the deep valley you are walking through right now, missing Russ.
Thinking of you, Gerry and Kathie Thomson (of Thomson Plumbing and Heating)