Bo A. Morrison, 20
A. Morrison, 20, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, March 3, 2012.
You will be missed deeply; we are all so sorry that your life was taken
from you in such a useless, disgusting way. No one should ever leave this
life the way you had to. I am so sad you were taken from me. The pain of
losing you is unbearable. I never in this world thought I would have to
bury my youngest child. Your death could have prevented, thatís what
kills me the most. I will miss you like no other. I hope youíre with
your big brother in heaven. I know he will be waiting for you with open
arms. When you hugged me that night and said, "Goodbye Mom, I love
you," I didnít think it would be forever. Your sisters and brother
are crushed that theyíll never see your smiling face again. Iím so
proud of everything you have done or accomplished, graduating college,
touring across states, snow boarding, even signing up for the Marines. If
your life wasnít taken from you so young, I know you wouldíve
succeeded in everything you did. Grandma and Grandpa loved you very much
and are devastated they have to bury you so young. Your father and I have
created one of the greatest kids to have around. I love you, Bo. When you
get to heaven tell your brother Nick Mom and Dad miss and love him very
much. You two stick together. Until we meet again my baby boy, I will miss
you and never forget you. I will try to heal my heart, but I donít thing
that will ever happen.
Bo is survived by his parents Murray and Lauri, his sisters Kayla, Kelli,
and Kourtney, one brother Ryan, and a very special friend, Peter. He is
further survived by his Grandpa Bob, Grandma Shannon, his extended family,
aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and many, many friends.
Private services for family only. Memorials would be appreciated to the
family at this time.
The Phillip Funeral Home of West Bend is assisting the family; (262)