William G. “Bill” Morrow

William G. “Bill” Morrow, born July 30, 1916 in San Antonio, TX passed away on June 29, 2014. He was a Corporal in the U.S Army and a veteran of WWII. He was a loyal fan of Rice University Athletics and an avid jogger. He was active in his church, Shadycrest Baptist Church and was affiliated with Prison Ministry. Bill retired from Exxon where he was employed for 41 years. He was married to his wife, Betty for 67 years; together they had four children, three daughters and one son. Bill was a grandfather to two granddaughters and one grandson.
He is preceded in death by his daughters: Michelle Ferguson and Eileen Nemecheck; granddaughter Deborah Ferguson; brother, Jimmy Morrow.
He is survived by his wife, Betty; son, Tim Morrow and daughter, Ann Sharp (husband Steve), grandchildren: Sydney Sharp and Marshall Sharp.
A visitation for family and friends will be held on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Funeral service will begin on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at 10:00am with Pastor Ryan Jennings officiating, in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland. Burial will follow at Forest Park Westheimer.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to Teen Challenge, 1108 W. 33rd St. Chattanooga, TX 37410


  1. Betty and Children,

    Thinking of you and praying for you as you walk through this season of grief. Even though we know Bill is in a better place and out of pain, his absence from life will leave a void. You will have to make a “new normal”. May God bless you, comfort you, and give you peace. May you rest on His everlasting arms that are undergirding you.

    Jerry and Melody McCurdy
  2. Dear Timmy, Ann, Stevee and Mrs. Morrow:
    I am sorry for the pain you are going through, but I know Mr. Morrow is in a better place. I have many memories of him from throughout my life. “It’s maddy, maddy time!” is one that really sticks out. May you gather strength from each other and your strong faith in God. Wish I was there to lend support.
    With heartfelt condolences,

    Sally McCall
  3. Dear Betty and Famly

    I just want you to know that I have the fondest of memories about Bill. He was my
    visitation partner when I served as his Pastor, and he had a very winsome personality and a cute wit. Bill was one of God’s jewels in my opinion, and I am
    sure that his reward is waiting for him in Heaven. You are in my prayers.

    With Love

    Bro Steve

    Steve Daily

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