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Morris Daniel Okimow

July 29, 1958 ~ July 14, 2018 (age 59)

Morris Lewis AKA "Poacher"-"Mons" (he had many names that he went by) Morris was known as a very humble man.  He respected people from every walk of life, he would literally give you the jacket off his back.  Morris loved the outdoors, as one of his many passions was to hunt and ride horses.  He was also very good at working with vehicles also in carpentry and farming.  He loved to share his hunting stories with his friends when they would stop by to visit him as his door was always open to everyone. One things that stood out from others was his great personality, he loved to laugh with his friends and family as he had a nickname for each one.  He was never one to take anything serious as he made a joke out of every situation, you can always find laughter and camaraderie surrounding him wherever he went. 

One thing that he always made sure of was that he loved his family and made sure they were in good health.  Whenever he would see his kids he would make sure he told them he loved them and would end off with I LOVE ALL MY KIDS!  There are many fond memories that we all have of Morris, ones that we will cherish from this day forward.  His laughter, jokes and stories will never be forgotten and will be missed dearly.

He leaves to mourn his partner, Caroline Crookedneck; his siblings, Barbra, Julius, Jeffery, Jessse (Tina), Scott (Lisa), Robert Alexander, Alan Alexander, Velma Waskahat, Rickie Waskahat; his children, Malcolm, tyrone, Calvin (Reineeta), Courtney, Leslie, Jessica, Leila (Roland), Morris Jr. (Heather), Mitch, Joleen, Neil and Bryon; numerous great grandchildren, adopted brothers, sisters, sons and daughters.

He was predeceased by: his mother, Madeline Okimow; his father, Steven Whitford; his step-father, Jules Okimow; his siblings, Gloria, Jackie, Gilbert, Big Frog Burton, Harvey Alexander; his sons, Travis Cantre and Darryl Mitsuing.

"That man is a success-who leaves the world better than he found it; who has never lacked appreciation of earths beauty or failed to express it, who looked for the best in others and gave the best he had."  ~Author Unknown

 

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