Dwayne Morrison, 46 - December 26, 2007
Dwayne Robert Morrison, 46, of North Platte died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2007, at Gothenburg.
Services were held on Saturday, Dec. 22, at Blase-Strauser Memorial Chapel at Gothenburg with the Rev. Eric Meissner officiating. Burial was at Fort McPherson National Cemetery, at Maxwell.
Morrison was born on Oct. 27, 1961, at Lexington to Harvey E. and June F. (Burr) Morrison. He attended rural Lexington schools and Lexington and Overton senior high schools.
He served his country in the Army and worked at Gothenburg Feed Products Co. as a mill operator up until the time of his death.
Morrison had resided at Lexington, Overton, Torrington, WY, and was most recently lived in North Platte.
On May 3, 2005, he was united in marriage to Kimberly Kay Sherard at Elwood.
He enjoyed playing cards, watching football and phone calls to family, according to family members.
Morrison was preceded in death by: his grandparents—William and Loretta Burr, Byrdia Farr and George Morrison.
Survivors include: his wife, Kimberly Morrison of North Platte; a son, Jacob Allen Morrison of North Platte; a step-son, Scott James Sherard of Gothenburg; two daughters—Emily Nichole and Mariah Dawn Morrison, both of North Platte; his parents, Harvey and June Morrison of Lexington; three brothers—Phil (Deb) Morrison of Chaplen, SC, Mike (Kim) Morrison of Evans, CO, and Bill Morrison of Lexington; sister, Christina Morrison of Eddyville; sister-in-law, Tracy (Randy) Underwood of North Platte; brother-in-law, Robert (Judy) Sherard, Jr. of Gothenburg; numerous nieces and nephews; special friends—Darrel and Becky Fienner and Nick and Tony Canas.
Memorials are suggested to Morrison’s children at: 310 Sixth St., Gothenburg, NE 69138.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.blase strauser.com. Arrangements have been placed in the care of Blase-Strauser Memorial Chapel of Gothenburg.
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