Elizabeth H. (Dumas) Morris

Elizabeth H. (Dumas) Morris of Mansfield passed away peacefully at home on January 19, 2022 with her devoted and loving husband, Patrick, by her side.  Elizabeth came into the world in Montgomery County, PA on May 17, 1964.  She graduated from Wykeham Rise School in 1983 later going on to graduate from Colby Sawyer College in 1988 with a Bachelors degree in psychology.  After graduating, Elizabeth enjoyed traveling, spending time with friends and family.  While remaining in New Hampshire, Elizabeth met the love of her life, Patrick.  Their careers eventually brought them to Mansfield, Massachusetts where they went on to enjoy a union full of adventure and love for over 32 years.  Elizabeth had a love for her cats and forever enjoyed her time with friends and family and was the ultimate giver of love and gifts.  She made everyone smile, feel loved and like they were the most important person in the world every day.  She was surrounded by love, but, she always surrounded us with even more love. 

Elizabeth was predeceased by her parents James A. Dumas, Jr. and Marie Dumas, and her brother James Arthur Dumas, III.  She is survived by her husband, Patrick A. Morris; sister, Kathryn S. Palermo of SC; in addition to her aunt, cousins and nieces, nephew and many friends. 

All Services will be private.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society at https://www.cancer.org/


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  1. Your Bestie ❤️ on January 24, 2022 at 12:22 pm

    I will miss you every day. You made me smile, laugh and be classy for almost my entire adult life 💕 you opened our eyes to things many would have never seen. Those bad days or good you were always there for that call we would have over our 29 year friendship, you were truly my sister. I think how young and excited about life we were and our “adventurous” 😉 moments with our husbands by our side. Our lives won’t be the same without you there each day but I know you will forever watch over us and wait for us to be angels together Liz. Patrick you will be part of our lives forever and I know she was heartbroken to leave your side, she loved you endlessly.

  2. Stacey B on January 25, 2022 at 6:29 am

    I will miss you my friend. I thank you for letting me in your life and although our friendship was not long enough, you had an enormous impact on me. There are not many people out there that share the light that you did. I will never forget your beautiful heart and your beautiful face. You will forever be in my heart.

  3. Carol Burke on January 26, 2022 at 6:10 pm

    Liz, I got to know you thru my own suffering with polymyalgia. You were someone who wanted to know and
    help people more than you wanted people to help you. What a fight you put up . More than most of us could ever
    have endured. Patrick did a wonderful job caring for and loving you. I know you must be in a very special place now..

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