Lloyd Scott Morris

Lloyd Scott Morris

October 02, 1948 - December 15, 2010

Lloyd Scott Morris

October 02, 1948 - December 15, 2010


Morris, L. Scott, passed away December 15th 2010 at the age of 62. Scott was born in Long Beach, and was a resident of Mission Viejo since 1979.

Scott is preceded in death by his father, Walt and brother, William. Scott is survived by his mother, Betty; his wife, Maria; son, John; daughter Sarah; son-in-law Travis, and his two granddaughters, Taylor and Addie.

Services for Scott will be Tuesday, December 21st at 11:00 a.m. at St. Kilian Catholic Church in Mission Viejo.

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16 responses to Lloyd Scott Morris

  1. I was sorry to read about Scotty, I lived across the street from him on Vuelta Grande in Long Beach. We were in the same grade at Emerson elementary. Scotty took me to my first dance in 6th grade. I have very fond memories of him. We loved to play baseball and find lots of trouble to get into. I wish his family well and want them to know even when Scotty was young he was sweet, kind and a very good friend.

  2. Michael Duda says:

    I have vivid memories of Scott at St. Anthony as one of the greatest “class clowns.” In my years as high school teacher, I measured all “class clowns” against the “Scott Morris standard.” Very few brought more smiles than Scott did. I know he will be missed.

  3. Mike Russell says:

    Dear Maria,

    I was so sad to learn of Scott’s passing. From the class of ’67 at St. Anthony to now, we’re still relatively young, which seems to make this more of a blow to all who loved Scott. I am very sorry for the anguish you must feel.

    I’ll remember Scott for his sense of humor, warm kindnesses, openness, and inclusiveness. He helped me out of my shell in the last half of high school. Thanks, Scott.

    My condolences to you, Maria, and to your children. May God bless you with a deep and abiding peace over the days, weeks and months to come. And may He bless Scott with life everlasting with our Lord.

  4. Sue Smith says:

    I am so, so sorry about Scott. Lori Tose e-mailed the news to me. Thinking of you and your children. Love, your cousin, Susie Smith

  5. We love you so much Scottie; you will be missed. Virginia and family

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