Connor James Morris was born on March 23, 1996. He is survived by his Mom and Dad, Gretchen Fritsch and Stan Morris; brothers Shane Morris and Josiah Morris; Step Mother Jodie Morris, half sisters Madison and Mayla; Step Father Andrew Fritsch and step siblings Brady, Macey and Annika. Grandmothers Zulma Morris, Alice Chandler-Velker and Grandfather Stan Morris Sr. Connor spent most of his growing up years in Cooper City, Florida attending Cooper City Elementary. Connor started at Dade Christian School in the 5th grade where he stayed and ultimately graduated from High School. He played baseball in little league in Cooper City and continued playing baseball and football at Dade Christian. He excelled athletically and was a quick study at any physical activity he tried. He was vice-president of his senior class. He attended University of Central Florida and was one semester short of completing a degree in Public Administration. Connor worked part time at City of Boca Raton as a Code Enforcement Officer and then moved to City Of North Palm Beach as a full time Code Enforcement Officer, attaining this position even before graduating. Connor loved to spend time with his family and friends going to movies, concerts, the beach, boating; BBQ and Movies with his Dad; Sushi/Thai and downtown Delray with his Mom. He loved to travel and was fortunate enough to do so often with his family. His favorite past-time at home was watching “The Office” and “Adventure time”. We would often find him laughing out loud and never a day went by without a quote from the Office. He split his time between his Mom’s and his Dad’s houses and therefore attended two Churches: Journey Church in Lake Worth and Local Church in Davie. Connor was strong in his faith and we know that he is with Our Heavenly Father now along with his grandfather Harvey Story and his recently passed step-grandfather Glen Velker. Connor was a loving, sensitive, caring soul, with an infectious smile and a big laugh. He was a wonderful listener and was extremely empathetic, always trying his best to help everyone around him. He was so loved by his large extended family and very large circle of friends. He will be mourned for a very long time and missed dearly by all. We love you Connor, Son, Kid, Brother ,Uncle Condawg. We will look to the day when we can reunite with you in heaven. We will hold all the wonderful memories and speak of you often, we will continue to ask Alexa “the question of the day” we will continue to watch all your favorite shows. You will never be forgotten. Arrangements by T.M. Ralph Plantation Funeral Home. Due to this community restrictions this time is even more difficult for friends and family. We encourage you to share your personal condolences via the electronic register book, or feel free to call the funeral home we will add your name to the register, you may also send a card via the funeral home. Community Gathering is currently limited, but your love and support for the family is so important and hearing from you is a help to them. Grief is complicated, and adding new restrictions just complicates it more-we understand. Our funeral home thanks you for supporting the family with your patience in complying to make it a little easier for them.