Glenda Morris was born in Morris Chapel on July 28, 1938, the daughter of the late Benjamin Franklin and Meda Morris Jarrett. In March 8, 1958, she was united in marriage to Mackey Edwin Morris, who preceded his wife in death on Oct. 28, 1999.
Mrs. Morris was a machine operator for 15 years for Angelica Manufacturing. She also had worked for Savannah Manufacturing Company, Savannah Homes and at the Hardin County Courthouse. Mrs. Morris was an avid reader and a very good basketball player while she went to school at Morris Chapel High School.
She was a member of Crump Baptist Church. Mrs. Morris loved, most of all, spending time with her grandchildren and having meals with close friends.
She departed this life on Tuesday, Dec. 17, in Savannah at the age of 75 years, four months and 19 days. Mrs. Morris is survived by her two sons, Eddie Morris of Murray, Ky., and Ben Morris of Savannah; six grandchildren, Chelsea Futrell, Cassie Marshall, Whitney Morris, Matthew Morris, Shelby Morris and Molly Morris; two great-grandchildren, Riggins Futrell and Parker Marshall; and a sister, Louise Bradley of Memphis.
In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Gina Lynn Morris, and four brothers, Max Jarrett, Ben Jarrett Jr., Leon Jarrett and Johnny Jarrett.
Services were held Dec. 19 in Savannah with Artie Rivers officiating. Burial followed at Morris Chapel Cemetery in Morris Chapel.