Our Staff

Our staff's commitment to you 

Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

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John W. Morris Owner

John William Morris was born and raised in Nocona, above the funeral home. With two sisters and a brother, he is the only one following in his fathers footsteps. John is also the owner and operator of Scott-Morris Hardware Store in Nocona.

He attends the Church of Christ and operates the sound system during services. As a youth, John was very active in the Boy Scouts and earned his Eagle Scout.

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Kimberly Morris Owner

Kimberly Diane Morris born in Lynnwood, California and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She married John W Morris and has a blended family of 4 sons and 5 grandchildren.

We attend the Church of Christ in Nocona, where we are active members. John and I help with Bible classes and he helps with the sound system during the service.

I am on the board of directors of the chamber of commerce, where I have served as Vice President and President. I am also on the Keep Nocona Beautiful Board, serving as president at this time. I am a part of the PIE, a mentoring group through the school system.

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John Morris, Jr. Managing Funeral Director

I grew up around the funeral home, with my parents and granddad being funeral directors. My grandparents lived in the funeral home, so visiting them meant being in the funeral home all the time. After graduating from Nocona high school, I went to Abilene Christian University and received a Bachelor's Degree in Christian Ministry. After several years of full-time youth ministry, I decided to be a funeral director and went to Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. I graduated in May 2015 and then came home to serve families in Nocona and the surrounding area.

While I deeply enjoyed my time in youth ministry, I am honored to serve in a different ministry now, serving families in their time of deepest need and grief.

When not at the funeral home, I also work alongside my dad and Heather, as well as our coworker Nikki, at Scott-Morris Hardware store.

I am honored to be the third generation of our family to be a funeral director, and to be part of the funeral home that has been such a huge part of my life.

Our funeral home has been serving Montague county since about 1885, and Nocona since the late 1940s, and I look forward to our family supporting and serving our community for many years to come.

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Heather Morris Funeral Director

John W. Morris

Owner
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John William Morris was born and raised in Nocona, above the funeral home. With two sisters and a brother, he is the only one following in his fathers footsteps. John is also the owner and operator of Scott-Morris Hardware Store in Nocona.

He attends the Church of Christ and operates the sound system during services. As a youth, John was very active in the Boy Scouts and earned his Eagle Scout.

Kimberly Morris

Owner
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Kimberly Diane Morris born in Lynnwood, California and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She married John W Morris and has a blended family of 4 sons and 5 grandchildren.

We attend the Church of Christ in Nocona, where we are active members. John and I help with Bible classes and he helps with the sound system during the service.

I am on the board of directors of the chamber of commerce, where I have served as Vice President and President. I am also on the Keep Nocona Beautiful Board, serving as president at this time. I am a part of the PIE, a mentoring group through the school system.

John Morris, Jr.

Managing Funeral Director
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I grew up around the funeral home, with my parents and granddad being funeral directors. My grandparents lived in the funeral home, so visiting them meant being in the funeral home all the time. After graduating from Nocona high school, I went to Abilene Christian University and received a Bachelor's Degree in Christian Ministry. After several years of full-time youth ministry, I decided to be a funeral director and went to Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. I graduated in May 2015 and then came home to serve families in Nocona and the surrounding area.

While I deeply enjoyed my time in youth ministry, I am honored to serve in a different ministry now, serving families in their time of deepest need and grief.

When not at the funeral home, I also work alongside my dad and Heather, as well as our coworker Nikki, at Scott-Morris Hardware store.

I am honored to be the third generation of our family to be a funeral director, and to be part of the funeral home that has been such a huge part of my life.

Our funeral home has been serving Montague county since about 1885, and Nocona since the late 1940s, and I look forward to our family supporting and serving our community for many years to come.

Heather Morris

Funeral Director
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