March 23, 1929 ~ August 21, 2020

Born in: Glasgow, KY
Resided in: Glasgow, KY

Eugenia Hicks Morrison, age 91, of Griderville, passed away Friday, August 21, 2020 at the T.J. Samson Community Hospital. A Native of Barren County, she was the daughter of the late Brent and Lucy Alexander Hicks. She married her husband, Willie Dee Morrison in 1946 following his service in World War II. They were married for 38 years until his death in 1983.

Eugenia loved life, managing her tobacco and cattle at Griderville. An avid gardener and past member of 48 years of the Garden Club. An active member of Hiseville United Methodist Church and the UMW. Past president of the Hiseville Homemakers Club, Master Homemaker of Barren County, and Kentucky Master Homemaker of the year. Member of commission on Women, representing the rural women of Kentucky. Kentucky Colonial; National federal Tobacco Council; past president of the Barren County republican Women’s Club; election precinct officer over 55 years; and over 50 years of service on the board of directors for the Barren County Farm Bureau. Eugenia had a passion of collecting antique furniture and cut-glass crystal glassware, a diligent search of genealogy, and appreciation of ancestral heritage. Always civil-minded and generous person to her family and friends.

She is survived by four children, Beverly Doig (Allan) of Indiana, Junior Morrison (Sharon) of Griderville, Jennie Howell of Bearwallow, and Julie Morrison of Indiana; Grandchildren, Alexander Harvey of Illinois, Nicole Randall (Chris) of Griderville, Aaron Morrison of Griderville, Melody Morrison of Oklahoma, Jason Howell of Florida, and Michelle Travis (Tyler) of Tompkinsville; 8 great grandchildren also survive.

In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her oldest son, Harold Morrison; three sisters, Dorothy Baldock, Jackie Allen, and Clara Bull.

Funeral services will be 11:00am Tuesday, August 25th at the A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be on Monday from 3:00pm until 8:00pm and on Tuesday morning until time for service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers a memorial contribution may be made to the New Salem Cemetery fund or to your favorite charity.

A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Morrison. Please share your condolence with the family at

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  1. I love and miss you with every breathe I take. I’m sitting right next to you in the living area. Your chair, your beautiful lipstick and I still see you.
    Julie and I arrived and the falling star ⭐️ was right there thank you beautiful Morrison I shall take you and your intelligent advice you always gave me and make it great. You truly are my inspiration and I love you.
    Yours forever
    Your beautiful Stephy.

    • Thank you for the lovely conversations we had! Thank you for the tomatoes you so graciously shared. The trips to Glasgow will never be the same.

  2. Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved mother, a strong, yet gentle, caring person who touched the lives of many and was much appreciated by all. May the wonderful memories of Ms. Morrison continue to provide your family with comfort and God’s promises give you hope. Isaiah 26:19; Psalm 37:29

  3. To Julie and family, I am so sorry for your loss, Darlin’. I know you loved her very much. Please let me know if you need anything!

  4. Jennie, Beverly, and family,
    I just loved Eugenia. She and my mother, Emily Neville were such good friends and enjoyed so much in
    common. She would even visit us in Nashville occasionally, and I really loved having her in my home. She, Jeannette Harvey, and Mother had such great times together and it was fun hearing their stories.
    Eugenia was a special lady. I know you will keep her in your most special memories. May God comfort
    you all.

  5. I fondly remember many vacations visiting my Mon’s sisters on their farms and playing with all of my cousins. Aunt Jenny was a great cook and I appreciated her hospitality. I will miss you. Rest in peace. My love to those cousins.

  6. My wife and I extend heartfelt condolences to Julie Ann and other children in the death of their mother. Cousin Jennie was a gracious and generous lady who always was ready to talk genealogy, farming and the bureau, and, of course, politics. Our visits and telephone chats were a real joy and I will miss them very much. I do feel blessed that we were able to make a family connection even though it was relatively late in life. Her treasured gift of a small pillow reminding us we were from the same family tree still sits in our living room. Our heavenly Father has promised us that this is not the end. I am sure all who cared for Miss Jennie will look forward to that reunion. Meantime, we can only share in the sadness and grief caused by her loss.

  7. I am truly sorry I can’t be there for Aunt Jenny’s funeral! She was such a special person! Her beauty was both inside and out! My prayers are with all of you!
    Barbara Ruth

  8. Jenny, Junior, Julie and Beverly,
    So very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I always thought she was a very regal looking lady. Please know that you will be in my prayers. Thoughts of peace and comfort to each of you.

    Brenda Mills Powell

  9. Beverly,Junior,Jenny, and Julie,
    Our deepest sympathy to each of you in the passing of your Mother. I remember that she was an excellent cook and the many times we visited the farm and had wonderful meals prepared by Jenny. You all may not remember me, but my Mother was Louise Alexander…Jenny’s Aunt. My name is Frances….better know as Lee Lee. I remember playing with you all growing up. Your Mom had a cousins reunion that myself and my sister Brenda came to several years ago. She had prepared some delicious food and we all had a wonderful time reminiscing. So sorry we could not attend the funeral for her. Sending each of you and your families our heartfelt sympathy at this difficult time. Much love
    Frances Alexander Guffey and Brenda Alexander Walker

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