In loving memory of Stephen John Morris who tragically passed at the age of 54 to Covid-19.
Steve was born 1965 in Gillingham and died peacefully and comfortably on 6th May 2020 at Medway Maritime hospital.
Steve was a loving husband to Jane Morris, an inspirational father to Calum & Amber Morris, a beloved son to Dave Morris & Cheryl Daniels, and a brother to Roger and Maria Morris.
Steve contributed greatly throughout his life to various causes, notably his place of work where he made many friends and contributed greatly to efficient and effective IT systems. He was an amateur radio enthusiast with the BRATS and made many lifelong friends, running their website and innovating ways to communicate for many years. Steve was also an avid fisherman, enjoying many hours out in the sun with friends and family. Steve loved to play video games and loved his home and his family dearly, he appreciated nothing more than a quiet night playing Farming Simulator with the sounds of the TV in the background.
We, the family, ask for flowers to be sent only by attending family members to the funeral.
If anyone else would like to contribute in some way, please see the link below, it will take you to a justgiving page which has been set up by me, all donations will go to a charity of our choice, one closely linked with hospital care more than likely, once this is all over and we have our heads screwed on straight.
I am having some trouble getting the link to work, if you copy the text directly it will work, for some reason the link is breaking in the text. The justgiving link will also be available on facebook, and I will make sure it is emailed to BRATS and his place of work and if anyone cannot access it but wants to donate please just give me a call or a text and I'll sort the link for you.
On a personal note, my Dad was a fantastic human. And his time was cut far too short by such a nasty disease. It has shattered our lives and has affected so many people, and it really sucks that so few people can be at the funeral. Dad was loved by so many, and gave nothing but love in return, his wicked sense of humor and love for his friends and family allowed him to lead such a fulfilling life, I just wish he had lived it much longer. In loving memory of my Dad. I will carry your strength and your inspiration with me forever, you are sorely missed.