A very popular and well known resident of St. Catharines, Jack Morley, beloved husband of Ila Stricker, passed away suddenly Thursday morning at his home, 31 Ambrose Street, following a heart attack.
In his 39th year, the late Mr. Morley was born in Renfrew, Ont., and had resided in Beamsville for many years. Prior to establishing residence in this city he was in the employ of the Government Printing Bureau at Ottawa for 12 years. He had been employed for the last year and a half with the St. Catharines Standard as a linotype operator and was well liked by his fellow employees for his cheerful and engaging personality.
In religion he was a member of St. Thomas Anglican Church and was also a member of Crescent Lodge, I.O.O.F., Hamilton.
To mourn his passing he leaved besides his sorrowing widow, one son, Stanley; one daughter, Carol Ann; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morley, Beamsville; one brother, Robert Morley, Hamilton, and one sister, Mrs. Garnet Claus (Dorothy) of Ottawa.
The late Mr. Morley rested at the Hulse and English Funeral Chapel where services were held on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment was made in Queen's Lawn Cemetery, Grimsby.