Mr. Dale E. Morrow, 66, of Black Creek Road, died unexpectedly Wednesday Night, July 19th, at his residence. A Celebration of Life will be held Tuesday, July 25th, at The Agape House (former Methodist Church) in LaFargeville at 11am. The reception will follow the celebration of life at the LaFargeville American Legion. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family.
Dale was born July 17th, 1951, in Alexandria Bay, the son of Douglas and Jean Zimmer Morrow. He graduated from LaFargeville Schools.
He married the former Karen Bond, who passed away in 1980. Then he married the former Judy Fitchette, she passed in 2004.
Dale owned a dairy farm for years. He also worked for a time at Rogers Construction Company, and also owned and operated his own milk truck.
He enjoyed traveling, playing cards, reading, and playing many sporting games. His favorite baseball team was the N.Y. Yankees.
Surviving is his mother Jean of Arizona; three daughters, Carol (Scott) Kemp of Depauville, Carla (Gary) Strong of Elmira, and Rebecca Morrow of LaFargeville; three sons, Troy (Rianna) of LaFargeville, Dusty and his companion Tierra Gebo of LaFargeville, and Travis (Cristina) of North Carolina; 15 grandchildren; his companion Julie Hyde; two sisters, Diane (Howard) Murray, and Jill Fuller, both of Arizona; six brothers, Dean (Barb) of LaFargeville, Steven (Denna), Jeff (Debbie), and David (Melody), all of Arizona, Scott (Lisa) of LaFargeville, and Jason of Germany; nieces and nephews.
Carrie and Bailie
Rest In Peace Dale, you will never be forgotten..
Dan and Lynn Glynn
Our hearts are broken for his family. He was a wonderful friend and neighbor.
Mike and Mecia Hudson
So sorry for your loss,you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Deepest Sympathy to all of his family! RIP, Dale!
Donna Hotis Taylor
Never once did I ever think I would be glad my Mom and Dad wasn’t here but I am so glad they don’t have to experience the broken heart they would have with the passing of Dale, they so Loved him. One day in particular he had taken lunch to Moms and ate with her and she was so pleased.
He has always been a part of our lives and I have a very heavy heart today. I pray for all of you that Loved him and find the strength to carry on his legacy.
Julie White Hunt
Our neighborhood will not be the same without this man. He was a great friend, neighbor and man. I will never forget him. Rest easy Dale.
I am so sorry for your loss as a family. I may live 700 miles away but you all have been in my mind. Dale was a good man and I know you will all miss him. Rest in peace dale.
Toby & Donna Morrow
Our deepest sympathy to Dale’s family. It is hard to know just what to say at this sad time.
Please know that you all are in our Thoughts and Prayers.
Toby and Donna
Pastor Don & Sheila Briant
Dear Dean & Barb,
Our prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Joe and Tina Gushlaw
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
The family of Dale, So sorry for you loss .
Brenda L Wood
Peaceful Blessings to the Family of Dale Morrow….Graduated from School with Dale…so sorry to hear of his passing….he brought a smile to my face…Thank You!
Carolyn Barton O'Neill
Wishing God’s love and comfort to all of the Morrow family in your loss. Was so shocked to learn of Dale’s passing. Remember fondly of the good times and his comments about my making homemade pies and food when he worked for us summers at the farm on the E. Ridge Road. Rest in peace. You will be sorely missed by family and all that knew you.
Steve and Toni Mack
Please accept our deepest condolences.
Jon & Janet Burrows
It’s never easy to say good bye but with such swiftness, shocking. Prayers, wishes for peace and harmony and eventually many, many good memories. He’s help fill your liftimes. Blessings to you all.