Mrs. Morelle Morrow Fernstrom

Mrs . Morelle Morrow Fernstrom went to heaven on Aug. 14, 2013, and joined her family who preceded her: parents Marvin and Clara Moore Morrow, and siblings Raymond Morrow, Loreen Morrow Thomas and Rosalie Morrow Cates.

Morelle was born in Newnan on Dec. 12, 1925, but lived her adult life in Atlanta. She was a member of Northside Drive Baptist Church and served as Sunday school teacher for 25 years with her first husband, Rex J. Nelson, who preceded her in death. She later married John Fernstrom of Atlanta, who also preceded her in death. She is survived by her sister, Virginia Morrow Walls, and her niece Ann Morrow Copeland Booth and her husband Al, who were Morelle's caregivers for the last several years. Other dear nieces and nephews also survive her.

Funeral arrangements are by McKoon Funeral Home. In lieu of food or flowers, please perform an act of kindness for the elderly in remembrance of a great southern lady.

McKoon Funeral Home, 770-253-4580



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