Shawn A. Morris

Shawn A. Morris born on September 21, 1980 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to Robert and Earline Henry Morris. He graduated from Madison Park High in 1998 and served in the U. S. Army as a medic. He also worked at Massachusetts General Hospital as a Pharmacy Tech for several years. Shawn was a devoted father, exceptional son, wonderful brother and a loyal friend. Shawn leaves behind to mourn his passing, his two children, Shawn Morris Jr. and Shyon Morris, mother of his children Feimata Kallon, his girlfriend Nicole Mahone, his parents, Robert and Earline Morris; sisters and brother-in-laws, Juliet and Quintin Caple, Christine and Reginald Smith;  brothers and sister-in-law, Herbert and Regina Morris; Dudley Morris and was preceded in death by Christopher Morris; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives and friends in Boston, Canada, England, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Jamacia West Indies, New York, New Jersey, Oklahoma and Texas.

Shawn was a very kind and giving person.  He was always helping and giving to others but never really asked for anything in return.  Many took advantage of his kindness but he never stopped giving.

Unlike most men, he was also a very nurturing father.  He was more nurturing to his children than some women. He changed diapers, fed and bathed his children and attend parent-teacher conferences.   He also braided his daughter’s hair.  He will truly be missed by his children.

Shawn loved to ride motorcycles and enjoy riding with his big brother once a year at the National Biker Round-Up. He started participating in the National Biker Round-Up in 2012 in Ennis Texas and in 2013 he participated in the Roun-Up in Tunica, Mississippi.   He was already making plans and looking forward to the Round-Up next year in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Even though this is a great loss to all of us, Shawn died doing what he loved. This is why his motorcycle family will be there to to take one final ride with him.

A Funeral Service will be held at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 525 River St., Mattapan Saturday at 10 o’clock.

Visiting Hours in the Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, Dorchester Lower Mills, Friday 6-9 pm.

Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery, Boston.