Mary Virginia Cooper (Morris), the daughter of late Hiram and Viola Cooper, began surveying her earthly life on September 6, 1920 in Bryant Town, MD and took her final view of this life on June 30, 2012 in Grasonville, MD. Mary was educated in the Queen Anne's County Public School System. She worked in many capacities throughout her life, but she was best known for her domestic qualities. Mary joined Robinson's AME Church at an early age and accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. At Robinson's she learned the importance of putting GOD first in her life. Mary's Christian experience grew into an unshakable faith that prompted her to reach out to others in a kind spirit that always uplifted and inspired everyone she met. Mary affectionately referred to as "Sis", was a devoted Church member. While at Robinson's AME she served on the Stewardess and Usher board while also helping with Sunday school activities. Mary loved her church assignments so much that even when she became too ill to be an active walking member, she still sent her love and prayers from home. Mary was a dedicated and devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend to many. Many will remember "Sis" for her gracious hospitality and her down-home cooking. Most importantly many will remember "Sis's" ironing days also known as the rare days you would not get a cooked meal since she did not want her freshly ironed shirts to absorb the smell of her cooking. And you need not be reminded of how professionally ironed "Sis's" shirts were for the fact that after she ironed them they looked as though you were already standing in it. Mary was preceded in death by her husband, George Morris, her daughter, Hilda Johnson, two sons, Edward II and William Hammond, along with her four sisters, Anna, Margaret, Carrie, and Viola and brothers, James and Francis Cooper. She leaves to mourn her brother, Charles "Flick" Cooper, 12 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; 30 great-great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Along with very special friends Arnita Cornish and family. Services will be Sat., July 7th 11am with a viewing one hour prior. Interment in Robinson Cemetery.