A Memorial to William J. Morway
BT3, US Navy, Korean War

I created this Memorial for his wife
and children and all the Morway relatives

Acknowledgements:

Thanks to William's daughter
Mary Alison (Morway) Hayden

Without her help supplying the information and images 
I would not have been able to create this Memorial. 
Thank you my dear. 
                                                . 
Paul D. Henriott, CWO, USA, Retired 
Web Master of the USS Leonard F. Mason website


A MEMORIAL TO 
 William J. Morway
 BT3, US Navy 
Veteran of the Korean War
William J. Morway
 May 29, 1933 - December 18, 2002


Combat Action Ribbon


China Service Medal

National Defense Service

Korean Service Medal

Navy Occupation Medal

Presidential Unit Citation Korea

UN Service Medal

William J. Morway, 69, of Beverly Hills, Florida, died December 18, 2002. He was born in St. Michael, Pennsylvania, but resided in Windber, Pennsylvania for 18 years, where he played football and graduated from Windber High School in 1951. He retired from AT&T, after 30 years as a methods analyst. After retiring from AT&T, he was the security administrator at Black Diamond Golf Course for 12 years. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean War and served in the US Navy from 1951 to 1955. He was a member of St. Scholastica Roman Catholic Church in Lecanto. A Funeral Mass of Remembrance was held on Thursday, December 26, 2002, by Reverend James C. Hoge at St. Scholastica Roman Catholic Church in Lecanto, Florida. Inurnment was held at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida on Friday, December 27, 2002, with Deacon Terry Knox and Military Honors provided by the Spring Hill Marine Corps League, Detachment No. 708. Services were under the direction of Fero Funeral Home,

William and Judith Morway
were married October 2, 1980
in Plymouth, Michigan

He is survived by
his lovely widow
Judith E. Morway 

   William's wonderful children and their spouses.

Brian Morway 
died February 12, 1998
Mary Alison & Richard Hayden
William Mark & Deidra Morway



The loving grandchildren
Hannah
Kara
Kecia
Kelsie
Ross
Tabetha
Tiffany


Brothers and Sister

James Morway 
died November 9, 1994
John Morway 
died January 13, 1999
Lillian & Gene Shaffer
Sister
 Joseph & Rose Morway
Brother
Paul & Martha Morway
Brother



This Web Page was created by and
is maintained by Paul D. Henriott
Last updated 15 June 2005