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Billie Hicks Morrow
(June 9, 1923 - June 12, 2017)

Mrs. Billie Hicks Morrow, age 94, of Webb died on June 12, 2017, in Ruleville.  She was born June 9, 1923, in Sledge to James Fox
and Bonnie Evans Hicks.  She was the fourth of five daughters and was preceded in death by her four sisters, Helen Hicks Caperton,
Martha Hicks Delgadillo, Evelyn Hicks Dean, and Elizabeth Hicks Wiggins.

Mrs. Morrow married William Hitt "Billy Hitt" Morrow on August 25, 1959.  She and Billy Hitt were married for 42 years until his death in
2001.  During that time, they owned and farmed Hitt Spur Plantation outside Webb.

Mrs. Morrow was a member of Webb-Sumner United Methodist Church, an active member of the ladies' golf association of Bayou
Bend Country club, and the Plantation Garden Club.  She was a graduate of Blue Mountain College and an avid supporter of MSU
athletics .  Mrs. Morrow coached girls' basketball and taught math at Sledge High School.  She was also the Executive Secretary for the
Administrator of Baptist Hospital in Memphis, TN; and was a secretary for Due West Farm in Glendora until her retirement at the age of

Mrs. Morrow is survived by her two daughters, Bonnie Tubbs (Doyle) of Webb and Helen Prahl (John) of Miami, FL; three grandchildren,
John William Prahl, James Lewis Prahl, and Doyle Allen Tubbs III; and many loving nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 14, from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m., at Webb-Sumner United Methodist Church in Webb.  A
graveside service will be held at Oakwood Cemetery in Winona on Thursday, June 15, at 10:00 a.m., with Rev. Jerry Wages officiating.

Memorials may be made to Webb-Sumner United Methodist Church, Hwy 49 N, Webb, MS  38966; and to the Episcopal Church of the
Advent, 224 Monroe Street, Sumner, MS  38957.

Wed., June 14            5 - 7 pm
Webb-Sumner United
Methodist Church

Graveside Service
Thurs., June 15               10 am
Oakwood Cemetery
Sallye Parkinson Zeringue

Dear Bonnie Claire, Helen Hitt, Anne Hart, and family,

What a great example of living life with zest dear "Aunt  Billie" showed to all of us. I only remember good times in
Tallahatchie county with the Morrow Clan.  My prayers are with you as you continue to celebrate her wonderful life.  
Much Love,
Sallye and Lynn Zeringue

Liberty & Ann Cash

Dear Bonnie Claire & Helen Hitt, We were so sorry to learn of Billie's passing ... and really sorry that we had no clue
she had been just a few miles away, as we have lived in Boyle since 1994.  Such wonderful memories we cherish of
your parents... they took such good care of us young, green teachers ... through school and Webb-Sumner Methodist
Much love to you both!   Coach & Mrs. Cash
June 9, 1923
June 12, 2017