Charlie Morris Obituary, Death – We at SCA felt it was necessary to let the entire community know about his loss when he recently passed away because he was a close friend and had been a member of SCA for a very long time. Charlie Morris had been a member of SCA for a very long time. During this incredibly trying and distressing time, we ask that you say a quick prayer for Charlie and his family.
During this trying time, please pray for Charlie and for his family, especially if you know any of Charlie’s relatives or any other members of his family. It is difficult for me to find the appropriate words to express how much I value the assistance you have provided. Both of the young women who had Conlon roots held a very special and distinguishable place in his thoughts and feelings.
Both of them were from the town of Conlon. Charlie made a donation of his time and expertise in order to assist in the restoration of a historic tall ship that was now docked at the South Street Seaport. Reading and putting together jigsaw puzzles were two of his go-to pastime activities whenever he had some free time. In addition to that, he was a passionate follower of a number of different sports.
As soon as he retired from PSEG and made the decision to take up gardening as a pastime, he jumped at the chance to get started in the hobby. He made the most of the opportunity. Not only did he have a good sense of humor, but he also possessed a heart that was trustworthy and caring. He was endowed with both of these qualities.
Many individuals held a very high opinion of him, and those who had the opportunity to interact with him will never forget the positive impact he had on them. Donations in memory of Charlie can be made to St. Ignatius Loyola Human Services, which is situated at 129 Broadway, Hicksville, New York 11801; the full address is shown below. In lieu of customary flower tributes, donations can be made to this organization in Charlie’s name.