Gary Keith Morrill

Gary Keith Morrill

Suffolk , VA
04.06.1965 - 08.03.2019
Birthplace
Virginia

Gary Keith Morrill, 54, passed away on Saturday, August 3, 2019. He was preceded in death by his father, Harry S. Morrill, Jr.

Gary was a 1989 graduate of Virginia Tech and was a life long proud and enthusiastic Hokie fan. He worked as an Industrial and Systems Engineer.

Gary is survived by his mother, Marlette Morrill of Suffolk VA; children, Grant Morrill of Williamsburg VA, Courtney Morrill of Ashburn VA, and their mother Kristy Morrill of Blacksburg VA; his siblings, Michael Morrill (Linda) of Virginia Beach VA, Kevin Morrill (Brenda) of Chesapeake VA, and Lynette Eakins (David) of Suffolk VA, along with several nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held at Meadowbrook Mausoleum, 4569 Shoulders Hill Rd, Suffolk, VA 23435 on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 1 PM. Condolences may be registered at RWBakerFH.com.

 
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Meadowbrook Mausoleum
4569 Shoulders Hill Road
Suffolk , VA 23435
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Remembering the sweet soul I knew.
Generous with his friends and family. That soft voice and sweet smile.
May he rest in peace.

Lena Grahne- Davis

May your Family heal and may God Bless you and Family. We Love you and family feel your sorrow

Frank Bozza

Very sad to learn of Gary’s passing. Gary was very kind and generous to the people around him. My condolences his family.

Patty Hoeft

i have known Gary since the first day he interviewed at NNS. We

worked together in the Quality Inspection Department until i retired. Working with Gary was always enjoyable and he worked

well with all of us. He was always a Hokie and we always had to 

have the conversation on Monday about the Hokie games. my thoughts and prayers to his family that he was very proud of.


larry staton

Kind and gentle soul, I will always remember him as such. I have enjoyed working with him. My condolences to the family and will keep all in my prayers.

Kim My

Very simply, Gary was a good friend. I have many fun memories of the times we shared in Blacksburg and beyond. May those times live in his spirit. I send all my love and compassion to the family and to my old friend.

Clay

Clay Ryan

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