Margaret Louise Horne Morrison died Sunday, March 20 at FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Care in Pinehurst.   She was born February 22, 1930 in Carthage to Ernest and Margaret (Wicker) Horne.  Louise was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Bill, Glen and Wayne Horne.   Louise will be remembered as a bright shining light with her smile and her love of laughter with family and friends.  She loved the Eureka community where she grew up with a passion for adventure, antiques, birds, flowers, baking and quilting.     A service will be held at Eureka Presbyterian Church Friday, March 25 at 2:00.  A gathering will be held in the Fellowship Hall at Eureka following the service.   Her family, daughter Carol Barber, daughter Doris and husband Neville Beamer, son David and wife Tammy Morrison, sister Ruth and husband Billy Lee Lineberry, sister Ann and husband Neil Douglas, her four grandchildren, Donna Jones, Mike and wife Jennifer Collins, Jason and wife Andria Morrison, Rachel and husband Michael Thompson,  twelve great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren and nine nieces and nephews would like to extend our gratitude to the wonderful staff at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital and FirstHealth Hospice House for their compassion and tender care. We salute all nurses across America.   We will always be grateful to the many friends for their visits, flowers, thoughts and prayers and the comfort they continue to bring.   At her request, in lieu of flowers, donations in her honor to a charity that is important to you would be appreciated.   Fry and Prickett Funeral Home will be serving the family.    Condolences:

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  1. Mike and Jennifer we are so for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.

    Heaven has gained another angel. We love you.

  2. I worked for Louise years ago she was really good to me I know she will be missed but she is in a beautiful place where there is no pain or tears! One day we will see our love ones again.My deepest sympothy.

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