In Loving Memory of\r\nE. Barbara Morrison\r\n1926 - 2021\r\n\r\nPalermo - On June 26, 2021, E. Barbara Morrison went home to be with her lord and family. Barbara left us after being cared for by her granddaughter, Heather and her family in Palermo, Maine. She was from Winslow where she spent her life with her family. She is the daughter of Fleda (Worthen) and Ernest Hines, both predeceasing her.\r\n\tBarbara began her life in Brockton, Massachusetts. She attended Brockton High School where she received High Honors. She went on to graduate in 1947 from the Massachusetts Memorial Nursing School, where she became a 50-year Honorary Alumni member.\r\n\tBarbara served her country, with great Honor, as a member of the elite group known as the Cadet Nurse Corp. for three years during World War Two.\r\n\tShe worked as a Public Health Nurse and at Goddard Memorial Hospital, also at the Veterans Administration Hospital, all in Brockton, Massachusetts. \r\n\tIn 1948, Barbara married the love of her life Glenn H. Morrison. They had 54 wonderful years together before Glenn went home to his Lord. Together they raised their three children Aleta, Glenn A., and Mathew. \r\n\tAfter moving to Maine in 1967, she continued her love for nursing at Thayer Hospital in Waterville, Maine. Where she worked for 20 years, giving of herself to others. \r\n\tBarbara and Glenn were devoted members of the Getchell Street Baptist Church.\r\n\tBarbara is survived by and will be greatly missed by her children Aleta Grenier and her husband Jeff, along with their children, Kristie Crist and her family, Travis Grenier and his family. Glenn A. Morrison and his wife Robin, along with their children, Alisha Haskell and her family, Heather Bragg and her family, Julia Morrison and her family. Mathew H. Morrison along with his son, Patrick Morrison and his family. \r\n\tBarbara also shared her life with 14 great grandchildren.\r\nHer Nieces Manon Wolle and her family, Mimi O'Neill and her family. Her Nephews Craig Morrison and his family, Robert Morrison and his family. \r\n\tBarbara was also predeceased by her two sisters, Louisa G. Hines and Ester G. Hill.\r\n\tA committal service will be held at the Veterans Cemetery, Civic Center Drive, Augusta, Maine. Arrangements are under the direction and care of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville. An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at www.gallantfh.com. \r\n\tGifts to honor Barbara's memory can be made to Getchell Street Baptist Church where she was a devoted friend for over 50 years. Getchell Street Baptist Church, General Fund, 3 Getchell Street, Waterville, Maine 04901.