Lenny Dwight Morrow | SkyHiNews.com

Lenny Dwight Morrow

Lenny Dwight Morrow of Hot Sulphur Springs passed away Monday, Dec. 8, 2008, at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver. He was born April 6, 1959, in Kremmling to Cary Morrow and Donna Layman.

Lenny graduated from Middle Park High School in 1977. He worked for many years in the family business Morrow and Sons. He married Brenda Vaughan on Jan. 2, 1998, at their home in Hot Sulphur Springs. Lenny was an avid golfer and loved going to Palm Desert to golf were the “big boys” golfed. When he was younger he climbed every mountain in the valley and would rappel down them. Lenny also skied Byers Peak. With his beloved wife Brenda he liked to take Jeep trips.

To everyone who knew Lenny they especially knew his infectious laughter ” Lenny just loved to laugh and laugh. Lenny was very excited about life, he was rarely one to sit around and wanted to go and go. He loved and was deeply loved and adored by his wife, he loved his children and being part of their lives, and he was greatly looking forward to his soon to be born first grandson.

Lenny is survived by his loving wife Brenda of Hot Sulphur Springs, his father Cary Morrow of Granby, his children Craig Morrow of Granby, Brandy Morrow and her fiance Corey Cooper of Grand Junction, Nicholes Goetz of Granby, and Jessica Goetz of Denver; his brothers and sisters Dean Morrow and his wife Allison of Granby, Debbie Prather and her husband Carl of Granby, Karen Morrow of Akron, Colorado, Ronnie Morrow and his wife Melissa of Granby. He was preceded in death by his mother Donna.

A celebration of Lenny’s life will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday Dec. 18, 2008, at Fraser Valley Baptist Church with Pastor Pat O’Connell officiating.

Flowers are welcomed and a memorial fund in memory of Lenny has been established. Memorials can be sent to Foran-Schoenfeld Mortuary P.O. BOX 215 Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the care and direction of Foran-Schoenfeld Mortuary, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO.

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