William G. Morrison, Jr.

William G. Morrison, Jr.

May 25, 1948 ~ March 18, 2021

William G. Morrison Jr
May 1948-March 2021
Bill passed away at Halifax Hospice Care Center from complications
caused by COVID-19
Bill was born in Daytona Beach to parents William G. Morrison and
Kathleen Addison. He attended schools in Daytona Beach and graduated
from Seabreeze High School 1967 class. He also graduated from Barber
school in Orlando as a Master Barber in the top of his class 1966. He
married Patty Armstong and they had 2 children Missy and Billy. In 1969
Billy and Patty started AAA Fence Company in an old half torn down barn
on Orange Ave. Within 3 years they moved the company to 801 Orange Ave
where it still remains and takes almost 2 blocks of Orange Ave. Almost 4
years ago Bill retired and the next generation of Morrison men (son and
grandson) are managing the business and adding Daytona Vinyl to the
company. Bill was very proud of all his family and their work ethics.
Every December you would see him pulling Christmas floats in Ormond
Beach and Holly Hill Christmas parades for his daughter and
granddaughter business Encore Baton and Dance. Quite a sight to see
with children from 3 years old to college twirling and dancing. His
daughter, granddaughters and great granddaughters twirling leading the
Bill was a giant of a man to his family and community. He always kept his
word and would help anyone whether it was a hug, meal or a place to sleep.
Every year since 1973 he would pack up the family and head for lobster
season in the Keys. Many many fond memories for friends and family year
after year. He is survived by his daughter Missy Morrison Fraine (Eric) his
son Billy Morrison III mother of his children Patty Lee Davis (Doug) brother
Barry Walsh (Faye) step daughter Lynn Doyle(Shane) 7 grandchildren and 7
great grandchildren. In his memory donations can be made to St. Jude
Children’s Research Hospital. If you would like to share your memories of
Bill you can go to Facebook Groups and put in William G. Morrison Jr or
share your memories of Bill at www.alavondirectcremationservice.com


Anthony Key

March 24, 2021, 10:13 pm

My Thoughts & Prayers for all the family……Big Bill was one of a kind and you were fortunate if you had the opprotunity to now him….He left his stamp on Daytona Beach in the business community but most of all he left his Heart with all that he touched……You will be missed but your heart soul will forever be embedded in ours…..
What an Angel the lord has….
Love Tony Key

Ciara Case

March 25, 2021, 3:16 am

pops , I love you so much & I miss you forever , you were such a amazing person, you always kept the family together , and we will always remember that about you . fly high pops . Love ciara


March 26, 2021, 4:31 am

Pops, I love you and I’ll miss you so much. You were one of the most sweetest and genuine people anyone could’ve came across. You were one of the first people you excepted me into the family and I’m so happy you did. I know you will be watching over all of us and we’ll still make you proud. I love you F&A.

Ted Hamilton

March 28, 2021, 9:30 pm

My memories go back to when we were in third grade at Lenox elementary school, in a class of five boys and about 20 girls. And getting chased by you on the playground. Being in the same school and in most cases the same class all the way through high school. You became a grandpa before any of the rest of us. How are you loved your kids. You left them quite a legacy. Well done.

Bobbie Cheh

March 29, 2021, 2:53 pm

I was so sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. I worked with him as a subcontractor on various construction projects throughout my 40+ years in construction. He was always smiling and that’s how I’ll remember him. May he Rest in Peace.

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