Hunter Morris was born May 23, 1995. He loved EVERYTHING about life! He came from a large family having 2 brothers and 3 sisters. He was a friend to everyone he met and would help anyone anytime. He always had a smile that would light up any room. He loved to learn any and everything.
Hunter Graduated from Cane Bay High School in 2013. He maintained a 3.4 average in Forensic Science in college, before deciding to switch over to TTC Electrical Line Worker 3rd class. He graduated 1st in his class in December 2015. He was hired by Berkeley Electric Cooperative in January 2016. Hunter found his calling at Berkeley Electric Coop. He loved his job and excelled at it. He was eager every day to go to work. He constantly talked about his daily work and the new family he made at the Coop.
Hunter was an avid outdoorsman! He loved to fish, hunt, camp and ride 4 wheelers. But his passion was Duck hunting. He loved nothing more than to be out on his boat at 3am waiting on the ducks to fly. If he wasn't out hunting, you could always find him working on his boat or 4wheeler. Hunter loved to tinker with things, always trying to fix something up.
Hunter will be missed each and every day but will remain alive in our memories forever.
Hunter Morris Scholarship Fund
This scholarship is being awarded by Lowcountry Field of Dreams honoring Hunter Morris. Applicants must be a senior in high school or a returning college student. We will award $1000 to a student who has either completed our youth program, is going to Lineman school or is a dependent of a Berkeley Electric Coop employee. An essay of 500 words is required. Choice of topics are: inspiration for going to lineman school, what your contributions are to the community and what kind of outdoorsman are you.
Deadline for entry is April 30th.
number of awards: 2
Please mail written essay to :
4637 Maple Ridge Road
Walterboro, SC 29488
Or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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