Habitat Celebrates Life And Legacy Of Jeff Morelock

Friday, October 22, 2021

The life and legacy of Jeff Morelock, who passed away on Feb. 13, was celebrated in the Victory Cove subdivision. 

Mr. Morelock's wife, Kathy, his son, Davis and family (wife, Ashlan, daughter, Emma Ann and son Jefferson), along with their church family from First Cumberland Presbyterian Church came together with Habitat staff for Jeff Morelock Day. They enjoyed lunch and shared precious memories of Jeff and his passion for the mission of Habitat. The group continued the afternoon with their labor of love, in honor of Jeff, and painted Kerea Westfield's home.

Pastor Jennifer Newell of First Presbyterian Church quoted Isaiah 38:2. "But he who is noble plans noble things, and on noble things he stands." She said that was Jeff Morelock.

 


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