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David R. Morrison passes away

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David R. Morrison, born Aug. 5, 1964 in Cleveland, Ohio, passed away on Dec. 16, 2006 in Vail.The youngest of three children, Morrison was raised in Russell, Ohio and graduated from West Geauga High School in 1983. In 1988, after obtaining a degree in liberal arts from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Morrison moved to Vail to fulfill his dream to live in the mountains. During the years he lived in Vail, Morrison owned a painting/remodeling business and enjoyed many outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, cycling, camping, softball and other sports. A gifted athlete, and known to many by his nickname “Mojo,” Morrison endeared himself to all with his kindness, generosity, good loving nature and zest for life. He was a loyal and true friend to many, collecting lifelong friends since his childhood. In recent years, he developed a fondness for foreign travel, and was appreciative of the scenery and culture of each country that he explored. He is dearly loved, will be sorely missed and will remain in the hearts and minds of everyone he touched forever.Morrison is survived by his parents, George and Marilyn Morrison, of Russell, Ohio; sisters Ginny Morrison and Lynda Wilkinson (Barry); nephews Sam and Brennan Wilkinson; and many friends. Memorial Services will be held in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. On or around July 4, there will be a gathering of his Colorado friends to scatter his ashes on his beloved North Star Run on Vail Mountain. Services will be announced. Rocky Mountain Funeral Home is handling arrangements.


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