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Linda J Morrow


April 27, 1947 - October 22, 2012

City
Detroit, MI

State
TN

Funeral Home
McDonald Funeral Home
102 W. End Ave.
Centerville, TN 37033
931-729-3561
mcdonaldfuneral@bellsouth.net

Visitation and Services
Visitation will be Sun. Oct. 28th. from 5-6 PM at the Church of God Sanctified located at 1230 W. Trinity Lane in Nashville with the funeral service to begin at 6 at the church. Burial will be Monday at the Shipps Bend Cemetery in Centerville. The phone number for the church in Nashville is 615-255-5579.

Obituary
Mrs. Morrow was born to the late Nicholas Buford and Sarah Lee Morrow. The third of six daughters, she was preceded in death by sisters, Martha Jean and Katie Louise Morrow and Rita Morrow Hall Lake. She was educated at O.H. Bernard in Centerville and later attended Junior College in White Plains, NY. She endured a lengthy battle with cancer, but one would never know of her illness because she continued to praise God. She was known for her big smile, joyful spirit, praise and love for her Lord. She accepted the Lord under te pastoral-ship of the late Elder Boyd Knizer, Sr. at the Centerville Church of God. She moved membership to the Northwest Church of God in 1990 and was baptized along with her mother by the late Bishop Connie L. Keene, Jr. She continued to serve faithfully at Northwest under the pastorate of Elder Clayton L. Keene, her devoted brother-in-law. Linda worked with the H.Y.P.U. Dept. (serving as president for many years), singing in Pastor's Chorus, and doing Missionary work. She was a faithful and hard worker, serving in her local church, district, and national organization. She was known for her organizational skills and ability to take very precise minutes. She served as the Northern District Sec. and the sec. for the National Executive Planning Board. She had a passion for the theatre and the Lord laid on her heart to start a theater ministry, "Theater for God." Survivors include her children, Chrisopher Bryant, Nashville; Anna and Angela Bryant, NY; six grandchildren, Brittany; Chelsea; Darrell; Jada Anna; Tyrese; and Kaasia; 2 sisters, Mary Ruth Jane Morrow Griffin and Josephine Morrow Keene (Clayton); three nephews, Robert; Damon; and Tyree; one brother-in-law, Burce Lake, White Plains, NY; four nieces, Erica; Dana; Janeese; and Sara and a host of great nieces and nephews; relatives and friends. She also leaves 3 very special sister friends, Linda Ricks; Mary (Peaches) Anderson, and Mable Scates.