Celebrating the Life of Morris Cole

January 7, 2018

When someone passes away,

we ache, but we go on;

Our dear departed would want us to heal

after they are gone.


Grief is a normal way to mend

the anguish in our hearts;

we need time to remember and time to mourn,

before the recovery starts.


Let's come together to recuperate,

as we go through this period of sorrow;

Let's help each other, with tender care

to find a brighter tomorrow


We gratefully acknowledge with sincere appreciation your comforting expressions and sympathy rendered through prayers, phone calls, and cards. Your thoughtfulness and concern has truly lifted our spirits and provided comfort. We give it all the God. No more sickness and pain, Morris, you can walk around Heaven all day. 


Morris Elwood Cole was born in St. Louis, MO on June 2nd, 1952. His parents, Enoch "Joe" Sr. and Rose Cole preceded him in death. His brother, Rushinel Cole, also preceded him in death. His son, Morris Cole Jr., passed away recently, on Feburary 12th, 2017.


Morris graducated from Lindbergh Hich School in 1971 and was a star football player. He also attended Meramec Community College. Morris worked at Daimler Chrysler for 35 years. 


Morris was united in Holy matrimony to Maria Cole (Nee) Trevino on August 16th, 1975. To this union, two children was born.


Morris loved coaching football and baseball. He also enjoyed fishing and playing cards. He will be remembered most for his bright and beautiful smile. 


Morris was called home on Thursday, February 9th, 2017.


He leaves behind to cherish his memory a devoted wife, MAria Cole, and his children, Marcia (Carlos) and Michael, both of St. Louis, MO, as well as three grandchildren: Maliyah, Collin, and Caleb. He also had four brothers; Julian (Patricia) in Atlanta, GA, Enoch Joseph Jr. in St. Louis, MO, James "Clem" in Oakland, CA, Chester in St. Louis, and one sister, Anita Husbands in NC, as well as four sister-in-laws, 8 brother-in-laws, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousions and friends who loved him dearly. 





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