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Mark you will be missed dearly, never replaced, one of a kind guy, whose commitment to family was second to none. You kept everyone in line & were not afraid to tell the much needed truth. I trusted you to take over the Family home when I moved out, and you never let me down. Even after you got sick , you put your Family 1st , never complained , You did exactly what mom taught us to do growing

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Posted by: Chris Morris - Methuen, MA - Brother   Apr 29, 2022

Mark I always enjoyed working with you at Brox. Your sense of humor your stories and the 100's of pizza we ate. I will always remember the fireworks display you out on too. Spectacular. You were a great guy and I will miss you. Rest In Peace big guy.


Posted by: Susan Hurley - Pelham, NH - Friend   Apr 27, 2022

My condolences Morris family.

I was honored to play for the Tnucs, Fighting Irish and Band of Brothers winning several championships, first in 2001, with my teammates anchored by the Morris brothers, Mark, Bob, Chris and Pete.

The memories of competing, then grilling, hydrating and camaraderie after the game are many, and I am sure my hockey brothers who were there, remember the same.

I'll share Mark's words to my son Nicholas when he would come to games, Nicholas, remember, what happens at

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Posted by: Mario Bettencourt - Peabody, MA - Friend   Apr 27, 2022

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mark. I played for Mark for 15-20 years and loved all of his family. I designed his "Band of Brothers" logo that showed 5 players signifying a man downwhen Bobby passed away. So many great games, so many victories, and losses together. I hope you are at peace Mark as the rest of us gather in your memory. Cheers my friend. johnnyreck


Posted by: john reck - Andover, MA - Friend   Apr 27, 2022

To Uncle Bobby and my cousins - I am so sorry for your loss.


Posted by: Paula Morris - Seattle, WA - Family   Apr 26, 2022

Uncle mark, thank you for being a great role mode/ father figure in my life. I will never forget are memories with football and hockey screemfest so many more. Thank you for always being there for me and looking out for me. I will definitely miss you yelling at me at hockey to stay out the Fu****** box, what are you a cement head like you're father those are by far my favorite memories that we had.


Posted by: Tyler Morris - Woburn, MA - Family   Apr 25, 2022

Whenever I hear the Cranberries play it takes me back to 1996, 1997 and the days Mark would take Erin and I to see them play. Never one to accept payment for the tickets, Mark was such a sweet and Generous man. It was just felt being at the Morris house that the guys were so protective of Erin and they really care for her. Erin I am so sorry hun, wish I could undo it for you.


Posted by: Christie - Friend   Apr 25, 2022

Whenever I hear the Cranberries play it takes me back to 1996, 1997 and the days Mark would take Erin and I to see them play. Never one to accept payment for the tickets, Mark was such a sweet and Generous man. It was just felt being at the Morris house that the guys were so protective of Erin and really cares for her. Erin I am so sorry hun, wish I could un do it for you.


Posted by: Christie - Friend   Apr 25, 2022

Sorry for your loss Uncle Bobby.


Posted by: George Kelley - Tewksbury, MA - Family   Apr 24, 2022

Oh Mark where do I start?!
You are the funniest and most sarcastic guy I've met. At the beginning when I started dating your brother Chris I really didn't know how to take you and I often thought you didn't like me. 12 years later here I am remembering about all the long talks about books, about your crazy trips and just life in general. I'm at peace knowing that I was there for you when you were at the

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Posted by: Erinet Morris - Methuen, MA - Sister   Apr 24, 2022