Philip Nathaniel Morris was born on December 24, 1928. He was the third of eight siblings born to the late Lilian and Charles Morris of Harmony Vale in the parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Phillip attended Waltham Elementary School from which he graduated and chose carpentry as the trade which he would undertake. He developed a dislike for his choice and migrated to Kingston, the capital city, where he took a job with the Jamaica Omnibus Service (J.O.S.). He remained at the J.O.S. until he got the desire to go to England to rebuild the war-damaged city by the Second World War. While at J.O.S. Phillip met and fell in love with Marjorie Record who also migrated to England where they got married. Marjorie chose to do a course in nursing and Phillip sought and found a job he liked. Some years after Marjorie’s graduation, Phillip and Marjorie accepted an invitation by Marjorie’s brother to migrate to New York, USA where Phillip found a job with The National Railroad Passenger Corporation doing business as Amtrak, and Marjorie at the hospital service, where they worked until retirement. At retirement, they chose to relocate to Plantation Florida, where they made their contribution until Marjorie’s death and now Phillip’s. Now that you are gone to join your late wife, brothers, and sisters, may the choir of angels sing you to your rest.