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Obituary for NANNETTE BROWN MORRISON

NANNETTE

BROWN MORRISON

February 24, 1929 – August 29, 2020

Nannette (Nan) Brown Morrison 2/24/29 – 8/29/20 – 91 years young

Born to Howard and Hazel Brown, Salt Lake City. Adoring sister to Jerry and Colleen all growing up and wreaking havoc in Reno and Lake Tahoe.

Predeceased in death by her husband Thomas (Tom) J Morrison.

Beloved children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, son James Wehrle Berry(deceased), daughters Kim (Berry) Cirimele and Kris Berry. Grandchildren Rickey James Cirimele, Autumn (Darla) Berry, Jamie Marie Cirimele (deceased) and Greg Cirimele. Great Grandchildren Jenna Berry, Isabella Cirimele, Alexa Cirimele and Camille Cirimele along with three generations of nieces and nephews.

A special thanks to Sandy Self (niece) and Larry Self for being so good to Nan over the years along with their amazing family.

Long-time resident of the bay area (41 yrs). Retired from Barrett Consulting where she made life-long friends and after retirement held the annual “Honeysuckle Lipshitz” golf tournament for many years in Grass Valley where she lived the last 24 yrs of her life. Past member of the “9ers” at Alta Sierra Golf Club.

Always active, she was an avid snow skier, water skier, tennis player and golfer.

Nan loved her family, her many friends and her lucky chubby dogs.

Nan’s wishes were to have her ashes scattered over Lake Tahoe and, at her request, no services will be held. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice. Arrangements are in the care of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary.


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