Thelma Louise Morris left this world for a peaceful resting place on Monday, January 18, 2016, at home in Camden, Delaware. She lived a full, rich life for 97 years, then God whispered gently into her spirit to follow Him. Thelma was born on December 21, 1918 in Cambridge, Maryland to the late Milton and Hester Jackson-Molock.\n \n\n She received her education in Dorchester County Public Schools. Thelma worked at various factories including Bumble Bee Tuna on the Eastern Shore and also was a domestic worker for several families in the area. Later she began her employment with Easton Memorial Hospital, as an Environmental Service Worker until her retirement.\n \n\n Thelma met and married Jasper Morris in September of 1962, and life flourished for the two of them for 51 years. They shared numerous experiences in life together; their blended family, a new home and more importantly they worshipped together. Thelma and Jasper attended Zion Baptist Church in Cambridge, Maryland, where she was a faithful worker in numerous church ministries and sang on the church choir. She loved singing and in early years sang in a gospel group from the Cordtown Community of Cambridge called the Sunrise Singers. Thelma had several hobbies that she loved, her crocheting was such a joy and doing her ceramics always put a smile on her face. She attended the Senior Center in Easton, Md. and Modern Maturity in Dover, Delaware; and the stories she told of her bus trips and dancing sessions, but nothing gave her more joy than her family. Whenever she traveled from the Eastern Shore to Baltimore to visit her daughters she would always say “I have my directions coordinator by my side, I call her “Gina” (Granddaughter). “Jordan” (Grandson) also bonded with her early in his life and was a special blessing in her life as he help care for her during her illness and last days. Truly she had a special relationship with each of her grandchildren and loved them all.\n \n\n Thelma is preceded in death by her husband; Jasper Morris; three siblings; Mae McBride, Leona Long and Milton Molock; four children, Cornell Molock, Novella Sellers, James Murray, and Janet Brown.\n \n\n She leaves to cherish her loving memories, one daughter, Agnes Marion; 2 sons, Vernon Murray and George Lee; one sister-in-law, Velma Morris;29 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildren, 43 great-great grandchildren , 8 great-great –great grandchildren an a host of other family and friends.