Irillia Ann Belt
By Cooper-Sorrells Funeral Home in Honey Grove
Oct 17, 2018
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Bonham, Texas -- Chapel services for Irillia Ann Belt, 95, of Lubbock, Texas will be at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at Cooper-Sorrells Funeral Home Chapel in Honey Grove, Texas. Interment will follow at McCraws Chapel Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. Bro. Terry Paul Cunningham will officiate. Mrs. Belt passed away on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Baylor Scott & White in Grapevine, Texas.

Irillia Ann (Morris) Morrow Belt was born on January 12, 1923 in Durant, OK to Benjamin Franklin and Lillah Mae (Prentice) Morris. She married her first husband, Horace Clifton Morrow, he served in the United States Air Force, Army, and Navy; and is buried at DFW National Cemetery. Irillia married Charles Belt, Sr. on December 13, 1972 in Miami, OK; he preceded her in death on December 16, 1991. She was a homemaker and loved family very much. Irillia was always helping people, was involved with children at all times, and traveled all over the world. She had a strong work ethic that was passed on to her children and grandchildren; she could lay concrete, drive a nail, and saw a board; she liked tulips and green grass and kept a manicured yard. Irillia gave Judeo-Christian guidance and loved the Lord and you knew that when you were in her presence.

She is survived by daughter, Carolyn Morrow Moseley and Arch Ray of Lubbock, TX; daughter, Vina Lavera Morrow Silasi of Lubbock, TX; son, Horace Edsel Morrow of Katy, TX; brothers, Franklin (Frank) Fuston Morris of Bonham, TX; Gratchel Boyd Morris of Bonham, TX; Mayo Dennis Morris of Bonham, TX and Wyndell Gene Morris of Phoenix, AZ; along with 22 grandchildren and countless great grandchildren.

Also preceding her in death are her parents; son, Dr. Winston G. Morrow; and siblings, L.B. Morris, Mary Frances Morris, B.L. (Sonny) Morris, Othalee West Fennel, Kaytoma Turman Elrod, Bennie Gene Morris and Mary Ellen Yochum.

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