John D. Morris, age 59

of Greenville, N.H.

John D. Morris, age 59

John D. Morris, age 59, of Greenville, N.H., formerly of Quincy, died, from a traumatic brain injury, Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington.

Born in Fort Eustis, Va., to the late John E. and Elizabeth A. “Betty” (Johnston) Morris, he was raised and educated in Quincy. John was a graduate of Archbishop Williams High School, Class of 1979.

He had lived in Greenville, N.H. for eighteen years, previously in Quincy for most of his life.

John was employed as an information technology consultant in the financial service industry for many years.

Beloved husband for nineteen years of Christine A. (Vella) Morris.

Dear brother of Brian A. Morris and his wife Vilma of New Ipswich, N.H., Michael F. Morris and his wife Pamela of Norton, and the late Daniel E. Morris.

John is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and in-laws.

At the request of the family, funeral services were private.

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  • Rest in Peace my cousin John,
    Jim Hall
    Quincy, MA

  • To My Morris Cousins I am so sorry to hear of the loss of John may he Rest In Peace love to you all.

    Diane Hall

  • Cousin John, rest in peace

  • Rest In Peace Cousin. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    Janet (Hall) Floore
    Louisville KY.

  • Rest In Peace John my thoughts and prayers are with Christine Brian Micheal and families With sympathy cousin Donna

  • Brian and Mike: so sorry to hear this and I don’t recall hearing about Danny either! We are a far distance away from the great times we had on Cranch street! Again, so sorry.

  • So so sorry to you all. Sending hugs and prayers.

  • To Christine Michael Brian and families my heart goes out to all of you Rest In Peace John. Love Aunty Carol

  • To Brian and Michael,
    So sorry to hear about John’s passing. My prayers go out to his wife, to you and your families at this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace through the mercy of God.

  • Very sorry to learn this sad news. My love to Christine and the family..

    Stephen McCarthy
    Madrid, Spain

  • This cajun had the distinct pleasure of learning the proper pronunciation of Quincy from John. John’s New England accent and my Cajun accent made for many fun debates about the Patriots and the Saints. Our debates often started.with “Say the fist 5 letters of the alphabet… now say the city you grew up in… John, there is no Z in Quincy” John will be missed by this cajun.

    John you were a great friend and mentor

  • So sorry for your loss.

  • Sorry for the loss my great friends prayers going out to you and your family’s will always be remembered 🙏

  • Brian and Michael – So sad to hear this news. Lots of great memories growing up back in the old neighborhood. May he rest In peace. Prayers to all.

  • Christine & Morris Boys,

    I am so sorry to hear about John’s passing. I only hope that he did not suffer. May you take comfort in your cherished memories of him.

    Take care and stay safe.
    Ann

  • Christine, Brian, Michael and families, I was so sorry to hear of John’s accident and passing. Sending loving thoughts and sincerest condolences to you all.