Iva “Lucy” Morton

Iva “Lucy” Lois Legg Morton, 70, of Crimora, Virginia died Thursday, December 22, 2016 at Augusta Health.

She was born August 3, 1946 in Handley, West Virginia, the daughter of Zelta Elzada Moore Legg and the late Sherman Lee Legg.

Lucy was previously employed as the secretary for Edwards & Sons Paving.

She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, who loved cooking and working at the flower shop.

Lucy is survived by her husband, Robert Waitman Morton of Crimora; children: Bobbie Jo Roderick & husband Nat of Craigsville, Deborah Ann Riddle & husband Brandon of Grottoes; grandchildren: Ashley & husband Justin, Hailey Reynolds;

great grandchildren: Sage Elizabeth and Serenidy Leigh; 7 brothers and sisters; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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3 Responses to Iva “Lucy” Morton

  1. Angela Hanshaw says:

    Aunt Lucy was the definition of Love. She radiated that love to all of us, she was the one who was always there to offer help no matter what. I was blessed by her being a big influence on my childhood to help me become who I am today. She is forever loved by our family.

  2. Jan McCraw and Tom says:

    Bobbi Jo, we miss her already her jokes, her opinions, she was a treasure

  3. Denise Rossi says:

    Lucy Morton was like a second mother to me. She was always there for me when I needed her and always had great advice. She always had your back and never allowed anyone to stand in her way when she knew there was a wrong to make right. I loved her with all my heart and know that where ever she is…she has a big smile on her face and is welcoming everyone she meets with that Southern Accent and open arms. God truly gained a great angel when he took her home with him.

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