Archie M. Morrison
Archie Morrison, 75, of Cochranton passed away Saturday, September 22, 2018, at UMPC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
Archie was born in Meadville, PA on December 22, 1942, son of Harry and Helen Hill Morrison. He was a 1960 graduate of Cochranton High School and married Marylou Scheckler on June 20, 1961.
In 1961, he enlisted in the United States Air Force as a jet engine mechanic. Honorably discharging from the United States Air Force in 1983 after 22 years of service, Archie then became self-employed as the owner and operator of Morrison Home Remodeling until his retirement in 2007.
Archie was a member of the Cochranton American Legion Post 836, Cochranton Area Sportsman's Club, Meadville VFW Post 2006, and the Masonic Lodge in the state of Delaware. He was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church.
Archie is survived by his wife, Marylou and their daughter, Marilyn Babbitt and her husband Rick of Cochranton and their son, Archie Morrison II and his wife Brenda of Arkansas, four grandchildren; Douglas Allen Babbitt and his wife Kayla, Lorena Ann Upton and her husband James, Johnathan Duane Morrison, and Bradley Phillip Morrison and his wife Melissa, seven great grandchildren; Charitie Marie Babbitt, Aubrey Morrison, Annebelle Renea Babbitt, Molly Mae Babbitt, Brooklynn Ann Babbitt, Luke Tucker Babbitt and Silas Archer Babbitt and a sister, Christine Bancroft and her husband Steve of Michigan. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Dick Morrison and a nephew, Matthew Bancroft.
As per Archie's wishes, all arrangements are private and have been entrusted to Dickson Family Funeral Home, Inc., 123 South Franklin St., Cochranton, PA 16314
Published on September 24, 2018


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