John Morris Obituary, Death – On the 16th of May, we were given the responsibility of informing everyone that John Morris had gone away the day before at his home in a tranquil and serene manner. This was our assignment for the day. Our hearts were heavy when we came to this conclusion, but we knew it was the right one. John joined the Scouting organization that had its meetings at St. Joseph’s in the 1970s and became a member of the organization.
Over the course of a number of years, he participated in the building of our cabin in a number of different capacities, one of which was that of a builder. The building of the cabin was one of the things that he contributed to the project.
During this difficult time, we want Cynthia, David, Stephen, and Joanne to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers and that we are thinking about and praying for them.
The funeral services that will be held on Friday, June 16 at 11 a.m. will take place at St. Andrew’s Church in Ampthill, which can be found at Rectory Lane, Ampthill, MK45 2EL. The address of the church is given above. We’d love for you to come with us. After the service, there will be a chance to celebrate his life in the Parkside Community Hall, which is located at Woburn Street, Ampthill, MK45 2HX.
You can get there by taking Woburn Street to Ampthill. Following the burial or memorial service, we shall get together for this celebration. This event is scheduled to take place immediately after the funeral service has come to a close.
It has been brought to our attention that the church, in addition to the neighborhood that is directly surrounding it, does not have a single parking spot that is freely available for the use of people who attend the church services. You have the option of parking close to the Parkside Community Hall, where there is an accessible car park, or along Woburn Street; from either location, the church may be reached on foot in a range that goes anywhere from five to ten minutes at the most.