Barbara L. Morrison

April 01, 1944 ‒ February 11, 2020

Johnstown, Ohio

Barbara L. Morrison, age 75, of Johnstown, died peacefully on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at her residence.  Former owner of Yum-ee Donuts in Sunbury and Harlem Township Clerk for more than 20 years.  Barbara enjoyed gardening and was well known for her green thumb.  Longtime member of Harlem Road UMC.

Born April 1, 1944 in Bluffton, Ohio to the late Richard J. and Iona A. (Staley) Fisher.

Survived by loving husband of 50 years, Noel H. Morrison; devoted children, Tracy (Bart) Cera of Delaware, Danielle (Keith) Yates of Newark and Chad Morrison of Galena; grandchildren, Haley and Austin Cera, Mattney and Joshua Yates; brothers, Edwin (Emily) Fisher of Bellbrook, OH, Dwayne (Marla) Fisher of Clarksville, OH; nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

Friends may call from 3 pm to 5 pm on Sunday, February 16, 2020, and from 10 am to 11 am on Monday, at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. State Route 61, (at SR 3), Sunbury, where Funeral Service will be held at 11 am on Monday.  Pastor Bud Leskovac officiating.  Interment Hunt Cemetery.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Morrison Family.  Please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com to share a memory or condolence with the family.

  • Rest well, you worked to serve us donuts and a smile. All the memories are comfort in this difficult time. Condolences to all the family and many friends.

  • Dear Bart and family,
    So sorry to read about your mother-in-law passing. It’s never easy to lose a parent under any circumstances. But, I’m sure you’re left with many wonderful memories of family gatherings
    Give everyone a hug for us and cherish the time you spent together as a family.
    Norm and Karen Herschelman

  • Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved wife and mother, a kind person who touched the lives of many through her years of caring dedication in the work field and was much appreciated by all. May the wonderful memories of Barbara provide you and your family with comfort until God’s promises are fulfilled. Isaiah 26:19; John 5:28, 29; Psalm 37:11, 29. My prayers are with all in this time of sadness.

  • Dear Noel, Tracy, Danielle, Chad, and families,

    Blessings to Barbara on this next phase of her journey. I remember her as the best sort of mom: she was always there! I hope you all can find peace among your family and friends as you celebrate her full and wonderful life.

  • Barb’s family. With deep sympathy I was not prepared to hear this. Will miss Barb and our times together maybe long ago but great memories over time. Love to all of you.

  • Gary and I are most heartbroken to hear of the passing of our dear friend, and we are out of town and unable to be there.
    There were few ladies like Barb, as she was one of kind in spirit and in life! Noel and kids:
    Know that you are and have been in our thoughts and prayers, today and in the days to come.May the Lord bring you all the peace that passes all understanding as you mourn the loss oof your loved one and may He surround you with His loving arms.
    Gary & Anne Piper

  • Noel; Sorry to see of your and your families loss! At our age you only get one day at a time! My prayers to all!

  • I appreciate very much knowing Barb and all you family members over the years. You all made a difference in my life for the better. I am sure God will have a special job for Barb in her new life.
    God bless you all.

  • Tracy, Bart, Austin, and Haley I am so sorry for your loss. I am here with you in my thoughts and prayers. However, I see that her green thumb lives on in your family, and your mother/grandmother was clearly a remarkable woman. Please accept my sincere condolences in these difficult times.

  • Noel I give my deepest condolences to you and the family. I’m so sorry for your great loss. Prayers to all. If you need anything feel free to call upon me. Mark Wallace

  • Noel, Tracey, Danielle,
    We are sorry to learn today of the monumental loss that your family has experienced in the death of Barb.
    Such a significant lady she has been in the community and especially here on Center Village Road. It is our sincere desire and prayer for each of you to be comforted through the love of Jesus Christ and find peace.

    Mike and Cathy Stumpf