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James Morrison

September 25, 1980 — January 20, 2024

Emigrant

James A. (Jim) Morrison passed away suddenly on 1/20/24. He was born September 25, 1980, in Waterville, Maine, the son of Pamela Morrison. He was a member of the Winslow High School Class of 1999.

An avid lover of the outdoors, he and his friend, Chris Veilleux hit the road in his old rickety van at the age of 19, headed for California. They ended up in Gardiner, Montana, the North Entrance to Yellowstone. Jim still resided in Emigrant, about 35 miles away. He had a special love for the New England Patriots and the Boston Bruins. He enjoyed hunting, rock hounding, disc golf, and the spectacular view of Emigrant Peak from his front porch and had a passion for Tool. Jim was known for miles around for his hair. It was his pride and joy. He started growing his dreadlocks in 1998 and they were over eight feet long. He loved his dogs, Chara, Baxter and Hazel.

 On August 26, 2015, he married the love of his life, Audree Chamblee in an intimate ceremony at Flathead Lake and they found their dream home in Emigrant. He is predeceased by his grandparents, Bill and Lil Armstrong, Bob and Eva Coombs, and favorite uncle, Tom Armstrong.

He is survived by his wife, Audree Morrison, stepdaughter, Olivia Bryant, his mother, Pam Morrison all of Emigrant, his sister, Bethany Morrison of Florida, aunts Virginia Mello of Florida and Polly Armstrong of New Hampshire, and Suzon Morrison of Winslow, nieces Victoria and Alexis Lint, grandnephew, Myles LaCroix, cousins with special cousin, Matt Hussey, special friends George Lint, Chris Veilleux and Phil Currie and mother-in-law, Nancy McConnell of West Palm Beach.

Jim was a very special man who loved very deeply. He will be missed just as deeply and our lives will never be the same.

A Celebration of Jim’s life is being planned and will be announced.

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