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Holly Bagley

Ray and I went to school together since we were kids. I am so sorry for your loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers, especially Ms. Jo, Brian, Wesley and Shelli.

Ann Crews-Hance

I am so very sorry for your loss. Praying that God brings you comfort.


Brian and Wesley, we will surf the sunrises and the sunsets, and he will be there with us forever. I love you both.

Neil and Debbie Little

Nathan our thoughts and prayers are for God to give you and your family strength and comfort we send you have our deepest condolences

Dana Gall

I will always remember Ray making everyone laugh. He was always such a clown!!!My heart and prayers go out to his family

Dewayne Peterson

Nathan you and your family have my condolences

Dewayne Peterson

Nathan you and my family have my condolences

Kelly Hayes

Ray, I remember first time met you. You and Jason were boys. Condolences to the Morris family.

Carolyn Jacobs

Nathan you and your family have my deepest condolences. I have been praying for you.

Ronnie and Donna Jones

Nathan, Jo, Justin, Brian and Wesley...Ronnie and I are so very sorry to hear about Ray. Nathan I still remember when you came to my mom and dads house with a cigar ti tell us that you were a were so proud. We are praying for all of you during this very difficult time.

Shelley Edgy Harpe

My deepest condolences to the family. He was always a sweet boy, my heart hurts for his family 🙏

Nathan Ray Morris, II


Nathan Ray Morris ll, 45, of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away on Wednesday February 8th.

Born on January 6th, 1978 in Jacksonville, Florida to Anna Jo Jones and Nathan Ray Morris. He grew up in Fernandina Beach and graduated from Fernandina Beach High School in 1997. After graduation he received a football scholarship to attend Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri.

Ray was a graduate of Tulsa Welding School and was a talented welder. He always enjoyed the outdoors, especially the beach. He spent his time hunting, fishing, and surfing with his friends and family.

His children remember him as a strong, passionate, gentle man who loved his friends and family fiercely.

Ray leaves behind two sons, Wesley and Brian, his brother Justin, his mother Jo, and his father Nathan.

Funeral services will be held at 11 AM on Tuesday February 14th at Oxley Heard.

The family would like to invite anyone who knew Ray to a viewing held at 5PM at Oxley Heard on Monday February 13th.

Ray will be laid to rest next to Brian Bell at Hughes Cemetery in Yulee, Florida.


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