June Morris ascended to heaven on December 16, 2016, where she joins her beloved husband, H.L. Morris.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. at The First United Methodist Church (McClure Chapel), Ardmore, Okla., on Tuesday, December 19th with the Reverend Dan Patman officiating. Interment will follow at Cornish Cemetery in Ringling, Okla.
June was born October 14, 1926, in Wilson, Okla., to Reece and Hattie Smith. She was a graduate of Wilson High School and during high school June worked as a secretary for a lieutenant at the Ardmore Army Air Field Base during WWII.  After the war, she attended North Texas University in Denton, Texas.
June married H.L. Morris January 27, 1948, at Wichita Falls, Texas. Throughout her life, June sought to be a professional in business and serving her community. June opened June Morris Boutique in 1980 which was a local landmark for 23 years. She loved fashion and raising money through her fashion shows for the American Cancer Society. June loved her business and her customers.
June adored her family and friends and loved being a grandmother. She loved the holidays and family gatherings and loved being called “MeMe.” Her gift was her spirit and sense of adventure. She was a strong-willed woman, but always encouraged others to expand themselves through learning, reading and traveling.
June is survived by her two sons, Harry Morris, of Oklahoma City, Mark Morris, and daughter-in-law, Julie of Oklahoma City; daughter, Michelle Brown and son-in-law, Lee Brown; and her grandchildren, Madeline and Bennett Brown, of Highland Park, Texas; and sister, Margie McClendon of Aledo, Texas.
The family wishes an extended gratitude for their devotion and support to LaTrisha Spangler, Jackie Hays, Frankie Cary, La Wana Willis, Lana Eberhart and Cross Timbers Hospice.
Pallbearers will be Harry Morris, Mark Morris, Lee Brown, Bennett Brown, David Hull, Daniel Hull, Gabriel Hull, and Dierk Smith.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society, American Parkinson’s Disease or the First United Methodist Church in June’s memory.
Online condolences can be made at www.craddockfuneralhome.com.