Karen Morris

Obituary of Karen Morris

Obituary Karen was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1949 and moved to Greeley CO in 1951. Graduating from Greeley Central High School in 1967. She completed 2 years of further education at the University of Northern Colorado. She has been a resident of Fort Collins since 1976. Before her cancer diagnosis interrupted life and brought her professional career to an end in 2011 she was employed in various office administration and Human Resource positions. She was a Stage 4 cancer survivor for 10 years before she lost her battle from the disease. She completed her adventure on 02/02/2022. She was grateful to Dr. Martin McCarter (Anchutz/UC Health) and Dr. Matthew Sorenson (UC Health/Fort Collins) who faithfully served to extend her life. She will be remembered for her creative flair. Articulate, energetic character, committed and tireless work ethic. She was so clear about who she was and designed many homes which fascinated many. She had many talents and life skills. The loyalty of her friends sustained her during her life and she often said how blessed she was to have so many great friendships and great memories. To her many friends she was fiercely loyal and dedicated. She did have a chance to know each of them. How much more blessed can she be? Your silent kindness is gratefully acknowledged and whatever gratitude I express is wholly inadequate. She is survived by her son Blake, grandson Brayden and her great abundance of constant friends she held dear and you all know who you are. Cremation has been completed with her body being donated to science. In keeping with her wishes there will be no formal services. Services You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Karen (Batz) Morris
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