Ellen Berniece Morrison

Ellen Berniece Morrison, widow of William Brooks Morrison, joined hands with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, February 15, 2018. Born in Clarksburg, WV, she was the daughter of the late Homer Luther Stout and the late Faye Gladys Taylor Stout. Ellen served as a pastor’s wife and worked as an accounting professional in the hospitality industry. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Simpsonville.

Mrs. Morrison is survived by four children, Sarah Vincent of West Virginia, Susan Stephenson and her husband, James, of Taylors, Saundra Feusse and her husband, James, of Pelzer, and Sheryl Tuttle and her husband, Daniel, of Arizona; 11 grandchildren, Rachel Batchelor, Rebekah Hollen, Paul Revere Vincent, III, Jessica Storay, Ruth Pilgrim, Michael Feusse, Jonathan Feusse, Sarah Bouder, Timothy Feusse, Marlin Tuttle, and Christopher Tuttle; 23 great grandchildren, Whitley Batchelor, Micah Batchelor, Ashton Hollen, Ava Hollen, Trevor Williams, Julie Williams, Shannon Storay, Austin Storay, Emily Pilgrim, Stephen Pilgrim, Benjamin Pilgrim, Bethany Pilgrim, Mikayla Feusse, James Feusse, Jonathan Feusse, Savannah Feusse, Joshua Feusse, Jacob Feusse, Jayden Feusse, Madison Feusse, Trinity Feusse, Lily Bouder, and Shawn Bouder.

In addition to her husband and parents, Ellen was preceded in death by five sisters.

A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 in the Chapel of Heritage Funeral Home at 2:00 PM. The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at 1:00 PM. Mrs. Morrison will be laid to rest at Greenville Memorial Gardens following the service.

Condolences to the family of Ellen Berniece Morrison

  • Lorena West
    3 years ago

    My thoughts I posted on FB are from my heart. I loved your mama so much……”What can I say. Our friendship started one Sunday when I just happened to sit beside your mom in church. Ever after that, she always saved me and my mom a seat. We became close buds and I spent many hours visiting her in her home and thank you for welcoming me into your home when she moved in with you. We enjoyed many outings to her favorite restaurants. I cherish the memory of all our visits and will miss her sweet spirit and her good humor. And so I won’t say goodbye to my special friend but see you “In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore.”

  • Gene Roland
    3 years ago

    Susan and Family,
    I want to give you my condolence for your loss of your mother.
    I know this is the toughest loss there is and god bless you all and
    especially all of those grand and great grand children.

    Let me know if there is anything I can do.

    Sorry for your loss!

  • Jo Myles
    3 years ago

    My condolences to the family.   Losing a loved one is very difficult.   May you find comfort in God’s promise to wipe all tears from our faces and swallow up death forever.   Isaiah 25:8

  • Susan Thibodeau
    3 years ago

    Dear Morrison Family: My deepest sympathy for the family and friends of Ellen. We will never get used to losing our loved ones in death because as Ecclesiastes 3:11 says, “We were created with everlasting life in view.” But may you find comfort in knowing that Almighty God has promised that soon he will swallow up death forever along with the pain that it brings. (Isaiah 25:8) God has also promised that he will return Ellen to you as it says at John 5:28,29. You can also learn more about what happens when a loved one dies at JW.org.
    Sincerely,
    Susan

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