Clint Morrison was born at home on the family farm in Mitchell Valley on March 21, 1936. He died suddenly on May 27, 2013.
Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held Sunday, June 16, at 4 p.m. in the meeting room at the Farm and Ranch Museum.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to benefit the Farm and Ranch Museum.
Clint is lovingly remembered by his family for his sense of humor, generosity, strong work ethic and numerous clever inventions. He was a skilled farmer and cattleman in his younger years.
He served his community on numerous boards and was elected to represent Scotts Bluff County citizens as a County Commissioner. Clint is also remembered for his delicious garden and his love for family and country. In his later years, he operated a successful car hauling business, Auto Matrix. Until the end of his life, Clint enjoyed his work driving his semi across the Great Plains between Western Nebraska, Colorado and occasionally far beyond, loading and unloading up to ten cars, listening to western music and talk radio and living an independent life.
Survivors include his wife Julie; sisters, Shirley Gillam and Beth Eha; his former wife, Sharon and their daughters, Leigh (Joe Straight) of Tubac, Ariz.; Jill (Dave Clarendon) of Story, Wyo.; Holly of Richmond, Va. and Lynn (Ross Brown) of Portland, Ore.; stepson, Clark Lindstrom (Lauren) of Houston, Texas and grandchildren, Jackson, Sadie, Maggie, Amos, Ava and Caleb.
His parents, Sadie and Clinton Morrison and sister, Jean Schafer, preceded Clint in death.
© 2013 Rural Radio Network. All rights reserved. Republishing, rebroadcasting, rewriting, redistributing prohibited. Copyright Information