Morrine Eileen (Spicer) Ross, 94, quietly entered her eternal rest at Mallard Bay Center in Cambridge. She went home to be in the presence of the Lord while asleep.\n \n\n Morrine, daughter of the late Asbury and Lillie Mae Phillips Spicer, was born February 9, 1922. She was born at Liners Road in Church Creek, Maryland. She received her education at Liners Road Elementary School and St. Claire High School in Cambridge. She worked for Rob Roy Sewing factory for 26 years until her retirement April 27, 1984. She also worked for several factories in her earlier years.\n \n\n Morrine was married met and married Levi Thomas Ross December 1, 1945 in Cambridge. This union was blessed with two sons and two daughters. She received the Lord as her personal Savior at an early age. She truly loved the Lord with all her heart. At a young age, she was a member of Liners Road Church. Morrine joined Bethel AME Church in Cambridge later in years. While a member at Bethel she served in positions: chaplain for the choir, secretary, class leader assistant, Secretary for Stewardess, and was a member of the Tribe of Levi. She served her church faithfully until her health began to fail.\n \n\n Morrine was well loved by everyone she met. She enjoyed going to the Senior MAC Center meeting people, and socializing with her friends. She loved talking about the Bible. Morrine was good at making things with her hands: sewing, knitting, and quilting. Many of these items she made for family and friends.\n \n\n Morrine leaves to cherish fond memories with her husband. Levi Ross; 2 sons: Minister Howard Spicer (Earlene), and Kinsey Spicer; 2 daughters: Eileen Brooks and Betty Ross Cox; 7 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends.\n \n\n In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son Thomas Levi Ross, her brothers, and sisters.