Prestley Dean Morris
Prestley Dean Morris, son of Presley Dallas "Pete" Morris and Margaret Alice Bellah, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2020, at his home in Dallas.
He was born Jan. 1, 1945, in Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma the first child born in Pontotoc County in 1945.
He attended Hays Elementary, Ada Junior High and Ada Senior High School. Shortly after graduation, he joined the U.S. Navy.
Returning home from service, he joined Texas Instruments in Dallas, where he was a senior engineering technician for 30 years until retirement.
In 1970, he married Sandra Kay McCauley, also from Ada, and they have resided in Dallas since 1971.
Prestley's interests included trains, planes, motorcycles and automobiles with cars being his favorite and a lifetime hobby.
He was preceded in death by his father and mother.
He is survived by his siblings, Arthur Dallas Morris of Enid, Carolyn Kay Layton of Claremore, Ruth Ann Smith of Ada and Patricia Jean Sanford of Edmond; along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Internment pending resolution of the coronavirus.
Published on March 20, 2020

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Doris Westbrook
Mar 22, 2020
I am just learning about your loss through way of Judy. I haven’t been a regular walker at NP in sometime. So sorry for losing a talented spouse. I pray that God will give you peace and that you will see him again. Cling to the memories. Much love, Doris
Judytycher
Mar 22, 2020
Dear sandy and all Presley family. He was a wonderful smart caring person. Loved visiting with Presley at north park mal. Loved see pictures and hearing about his cars and his friendship with my brother in law. Rest In Peace Presley.
Sandra Hinzmann
Mar 22, 2020
I am sending my love and special thoughts to you Sandy, and your family.
I enjoy seeing your cars and antiques on Christmas cards, a hobby Preston and I had in common.