of Bartlett, TN
January 14, 1954 - October 17, 2020
James Lee "Jimmy" Morris, 66, of Bartlett, TN, passed away Saturday, October 17, 2020. Born January 14, 1954 in Lepanto, AR to Mack and Ernestine Morris, he was an Air Force Veteran, retired Aircraft Mechanic for FedEx, member of Christ Church of Bartlett, loved movies, Star Trek, scuba diving, and the Arkansas Razorbacks.Survivors include his brother: Johnny Morris of Southaven; sister: Nellie Morris Stoffle and husband Bill of Conway; nieces: Billie Ann Heugel and husband Gary of Conway, Danielle Tacker and husband Shane of Southaven, and Casey Manning and husband Chance of Conway; nephew: Adam Stoffle and wife Mandy of Conway; ten great nieces and great nephews; aunt: Charlie Joe McNabb of Osceola; uncle: Ben Davis of Osceola; and many loving cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents: Mack and Ernestine Morris; sister-in-law: Linda Morris; uncle: Elmon McNabb; and aunt: Mary Davis. Visitation will be from 12:00 PM 1:00 PM, Friday, October 23, 2020 at Roller-Swift Funeral Home in Osceola. Funeral Service will follow at 1:00 PM. Interment will be at Mississippi County Memorial Gardens.We are complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines and limiting indoor funeral and visitations attendance to 100 people at one time. All attendees must provide and wear their own masks before entering. Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
Gone to the big movie screen in the sky. Save a seat for me my friend. You were taken from us way too soon and I will surely miss you. I’ll miss your laugh and sense of humor. RIP my friend
rest in peace old friend prayers to family
My condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Jimmy a.k.a (Pops) from ALL neighbors in the cove. You will TRULY be missed. You were the first neighbor I met when I moved to the cove 15yrs ago. I'm going to miss our long talks. Until we meet again; Rest on my brother, my friend.
Jimmy I sure miss all the laughs and friendship both at work and A&P school. What a great coworker and friend. So many laughs. Miss you buddy. Rest In Peace.
RIP Jim. Prayers to family. Good times, lots of stories. You are missed.
Jimmy, you are greatly missed by all of us at FedEx that had the pleasure of knowing/working with you. You were always so positive and upbeat, never did I hear any negativity on your part. When I was becoming Scuba Certified, you were always helpful and insightful. My prayers go out to your family and friends, because I know their grief; however, to you my Brother, I rejoice in the fact that you are now Home, with our Heavenly Father, Yahweh. God be with you, until we meet again, Ivan
Jimmy you will be greatly miss by all that you have touched with your friendship. Hope that you Rest In Peace.
KEEP EM FLYING FOR OUR LORD. RIP JIMMY. Met in A&P school. Great guy great aircraft mechanic.
Jimmy was a great man, and enjoyable to work with. Easy going, joyful. God has called him home. Good men are taken from us too soon, and Jimmy was one of those good men. Will miss you Jimmy. R.I.P.
RIP, Brother , Gone but not Forgotten. Old friend
R.I.P ole friend until we meet again! Praying for you and you family. 🙏
Worked with Jimmy for years at Fedex and enjoyed every day we spent together. Talked about so many things, politics, scuba diving, living on a boat (someday), childhood stories and about everything else. One thing for certain I could always count on a good laugh. He set an example for us all about how to treat others. He'll be missed far more than he could have ever imagined.
Jimmy, miss you already brother. We had great times all these years, scuba diving, traveling, and the place we purchased together at Greer's Ferry. Rest well, Love you, Dave
work with jimmy for about 15 years. always fun to be around and had lots of good times. my prayers go out for his family.