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Thelma Morrow

September 30, 1927 — December 4, 2023


Thelma Oneita Morrow, a remarkable soul who graced this world for 96 beautiful years, left us on December 4th, 2023. Her presence was a gift to all who knew her, marked by her roles as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Thelma's life reflected her immense love for others, unwavering faith, and creativity.

Born September 30th, 1927, Thelma spent 76 wonderful years married to her beloved husband, Edwin Morrow. Together, they raised a beautiful family, including their sons Larry, Steve, and Robert. Her unwavering dedication to her family formed the core of her identity.

Thelma's talents were many. Her gardens were a splash of color and life, her quilts, a tapestry of skill and warmth. In her kitchen, laughter and love were as plentiful as the delicious meals she created. Thelma's home was a haven of joy and hospitality.

Her warmth and humor brought light and comfort to difficult times, and her generosity and resolve earned her the admiration of many. She pursued perfection in every endeavor, setting an inspiring example of excellence.

Thelma's love for life was contagious. From traveling to nights spent in friendly, competitive card games with friends, her laughter echoed in the hearts of those she met.

Thelma Morrow's legacy of love and grace will be treasured forever. She leaves behind her three sons, eight grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren, and her family at Lake Cumberland Church of Christ, who will cherish her memory. 

A celebration of Thelma's life will take place 1:00 PM Friday, December 8, 2023 at Pulaski Funeral Home, the family will receive friends after 11:00 AM Friday, December 8, 2023 at Pulaski Funeral Home with interment to follow at Lakeside Memorial Gardens. In her memory, flowers may be sent to Pulaski Funeral Home, 165 Highway 2227 Somerset, Kentucky 42503. Thelma's spirit and the joy she brought to our lives will continue to inspire us always.

Edwin Morrow wants to sincerely thank the excellent caregivers who helped us walk Thelma home with dignity and love. A special thank you to Kim Huddleston and Shauntella Gibson from Hospice of Lake Cumberland for their superb attention and care. His granddaughter, Tara Morrow, for moving home to be by their side and care for them. And to Pandora Morrow, Daughter-In-Law, for her attention and care of Thelma in her final weeks when she was submitted to at-home Hospice care. 

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