Victor Walter Morris

Memorial Services for Victor Morris, age 74, will be 2 PM, Wednesday, May 8, 2024 at the Lawrence Heights Christian Church. Visitation will be from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Tuesday also at the church.

Messages & Condolences

From Harry Simpson...

Rest Victor, until you hear at dawn, the low, clear reveille of God. Thank you for your service to this nation. U.S. Air Force.

From Ryan Bruno...

Vic, I will forever hold you dear to my heart. The nights we talked sports, music, life anytime we shared a shift together at Hy-Vee. We’d meet for a beer at Henry T’s and we’d just have a blast. I can’t say in words how important he was to my growth as a human being. You are one of the most amazing people I have ever met in my life. I will miss your laugh and getting to hug you. Vic, I hope you found peace and I will miss you dearly. You’ll forever be in my heart.

Love,
“Red”

From BRAD MULLENIX...

I worked with Vic for several years at Packers Plastics many decades ago and would run into him from time to time for years after that. He was a great guy and I am sure he will be missed.

From Kate Zeilon...

Ericka and Family,
Sending our deepest condolences as you remember and celebrate the legacy of your dad. We are all thinking of you and wishing you peace.

From Jessica Herman...

Ericka and family – the team at City Year Kansas City is so sorry for your loss and we are thinking of you during this difficult time. We hope you all can take the time and space you need throughout these next days and weeks. Sending you all love and peace.

From Kelly B...

An angel got his wings. RIP brother. You were a kind man. You impacted all who were blessed with meeting and knowing you. We were neighbors and became friends through the years. You fought a long hard battle and now have your wings. Soar high my dear friend. Loved, missed but never forgotten ❤️.

From Amanda Atkins...

Mr. Vic was such an incredible and loving man. Thoughtful and supportive, we loved having him here at Sunset Hill. He is certainly missed.

From Jennifer Levins...

I am so sorry for your loss. The world was a better place with Mr. Vic in it. He was a good man and good men are sometimes hard to come by in this crazy world. I knew Mr. Vic from his work at Sunset Hill. Mr. Vic was always unbelievably kind to us at Sunset. I feel he made other people’s hearts kinder just by being himself.

From Jeannie Russell...

Sorry won’t be able to attend services. Vic was a God loving man and it was a privilege to know him! He will be missed!!

From Tony Bennett...

Uncle Vic,
I love you man. You were the best uncle, friend, mentor. We shared so many memories. One that I will never forget was when I was 16 and thought I could beat you in a foot race in the parking lot of Ampride gas station where you worked. Even though I thought we’ll he is 50 there’s no way he could beat me especially in combat boots. Ha I was wrong. Thanks for showing me age is just a number. I will never forget you. I love you always. Please tell papa D and Benji hello

From Shannon Jones...

Mr. Vic, your kindness was always so appreciated. At sunset, you were truly like family. You cared so deeply for everyone. You will be missed!

From Agnes Eiland...

Family always. We loved you!

From Ed McCambridge...

Vic was a great classmate in our Mt. Carmel HS Class or 1967. Always had a smile and fun to be around. A great guy.

From Aime...

You were always so kind!! You made an impact! Thank you Mr Vic.

From MacKenzie Pfeiffer...

Mr. Vic,

I will always appreciate your kindness and cheerfulness. On my tough days you always were there to listen, give me advice, and make me laugh. You’re an amazing spirit and will be so greatly missed.

My thoughts are with all of those who love and care for Vic.

-MacKenzie P

From Jessica...

Mr. Vic, I will always remember your words of kindness, your ability to be a cheerleader and see the silver lining for those around you (even when I could not), and for helping me see what I can do to help veterans- even the little things. You were always there to ask follow-up questions and made everyone around you feel like the most important person in the room.
Much love, ML

From Jeannette (Brown) Parker...

Family! I’m so sorry to hear this news! Your dad was always so kind! He loved my grandmother to pieces too! He will always forever in my heart!

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