In Loving Memory for Chanry “Tony” Morm

Dec 11, 2020

On December 4th, 2020 at 5:51pm, Heaven gained another angel due to Covid.

Our beloved baby brother passed away peacefully leaving his four boys,  family and friends behind.

Our heart hurts so deeply beyond imagination. Why so fast, so sudden and so soon? You were to young with a long future ahead. We’re supposed to watch our children grow up, get married and have a family of their own, plan vacations and grow old together. Please wake us up from this nightmare, this is too cruel! Is this for real our tears can’t be controlled it won’t stop. Who would’ve ever thought, ever image that we would have to make funeral arrangements for you little brother.

The outpouring of love and support by all the lives you’ve touched is so inspiring. Tony, we promised to be here for the boys and love them as our own. We love you very much brother for all eternity. We are so  proud of you. You were  such an amazing father, loving brother, son, uncle, cousin, coach, friend and the list goes on and on. Your heart is so pure, so genuine, kind, generous and so funny!
You bring everyone happiness as you always put a smile on everyone’s face.

We are grateful and honored that we were able to share so many memories together. We will forever cherish and wish we could’ve made more memories. You’ll forever be missed. May your soul Rest In Peace our dearest brother, we love you.

Your donations of any amount will be greatly appreciated, Thank you.


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