Ginger Morris, 90, passed away peacefully on Feb. 8, 2021, at the Palouse Hills Assisted Living in Moscow, ID.
Ginger was born on April 9, 1930 at Spokane, WA to Wesley and Estella (Gurske) Holcomb. She attended her schooling in Spokane and at Rogers High School for 1 year and graduated from the Plummer High School at Plummer, ID in 1949.
On November 19, 1949, Ginger married Gary Morris in Plummer, ID, and the couple made their home at the Gold Creek Ranch at Potlatch where they farmed. The couple raised swine and dairy cows, selling milk to the Carnation Company as well as over 100 customers in the area. Later they raised grains and grasses until their retirement in 2005. After moving to Princeton, ID, the couple enjoyed developing a large fruit orchard, making apple cider and raising a large garden which he shared with friends, family members, Backyard Harvest and the Potlatch Food Bank. In 2019 the couple moved to Palouse Hills Assisted Living in Moscow, ID.
Ginger was a member of the Gritman Auxiliary, Potlatch P.T.A. , and past president, Jolly Mrs. Club, Potlatch which there was an article in the Library of Congress registry.
Ginger enjoyed bowling and bowled since 1978, sewing, ceramics, pinochle, Jolly Mrs., making stuffed frogs for children.
Survivors include, Carey R. Morris, Colville, WA, Gina Morris, Post Falls, ID, Sean Burnett, Pullman, WA, a niece, Debrah Joplin, Hayward, CA. A special dear friend, Henrianne Westberg, Moscow, ID. She is also survived by one grandchild, two great grandchildren.
A memorial service for Ginger Morris will be held at a later date.
Memorials may be given to the Potlatch Ambulance Fund, Box 63, Potlatch, ID 83855.
Kramer Funeral Home of Palouse, Washington is caring for the family. Online condolences may be left at www.kramercares.com
Potlatch Ambulance Fund PO Box 63, Potlatch ID 83855