The Carnes Brothers offer a full and complete range of services along with the
highest quality of funeral products from all over the world. The fleet of vehicles are
always the latest models and the facilities are of the quality that you would find in
only the grandest of settings. With multiple chapels and visitation areas, there is
room for any size gathering, from the most intimate to the very largest.
The families served by Carnes Brothers are Galveston's most prestigious families.
They continue to rely on the distinguished and discreet service that can only come
from a firm that is accustomed to serving families of such stature.
The Carnes Brothers welcome all families from every faith and background. They stand
ready to assist your family with every detail and look forward to meeting your expectation
before you even ask.
We offer a full line of pre-arranged funeral products to pre-plan a lasting and memorable
tribute to your loved one. We have funeral insurance and accept all other plans that have
been purchased from other firms. Our plans are transferable anywhere in the US.
Dorothy Jennifer Lee Morley
GALVESTON: Dorothy Jennifer-Lee Morley age 51 of Galveston passed away Friday, August 8 2014 at her residence in Galveston. Jennifer
was born November 15, 1962 in Yuba City, California. Raised in Oklahoma, she became a graduate of the Oklahoma Blood Institute and a
career in Phlebotomy and lab work was an experience she cherished. Skillful in matters of first aid and comfort to those in need, she gave the
best that was in her. In many ways, compassion was her hallmark virtue.
Jennifer, in her youth, loved riding horseback and kindness toward all animals was her nature. She enjoyed cooking, gardening, painting
and curling up with a good book.
She is preceded in death by her father, William Stevens, a brother, Shane Stevens and a sister, Barbara Stevens.
Survivors include her loving companion Dominic McDonald, her mother, Alrena McKinnon; and sisters, Sherrie Johnson and Charlene
Stevens. Above all, Jennifer was devoted to her family. Her five children are Jessica Brazell, Deanna King, Jeremiah Morley and wife Randi,
Jared Morley, Samantha Gibbs and husband William. She is also survived by her nine grandchildren, James and Kristian Henderson,
Jeremiah Taylor, Allysa King, Olivia Baxter, Oliver,Georgia and Violet Morley and Christopher Gibbs.
A memorial service for Jennifer will take place at a later date.
In her memory contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.
GALVESTON: Cecilia Simmons of Galveston passed away Thursday, August 28, 2014 at her residence in Galveston.
Memorial Services are 6:00pm Monday, September 1, 2014 at Carnes Brothers Funeral Home in Galveston, Reverend
Charles Bagley officiating. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home beginning at 4:00pm Monday.
Cecilia was born May 6, 1932 in Newcastle, England to Robert Parker and Cecilia Chapman Parker. She served in
the Royal Air Force before visiting Galveston. She loved the Island so much that she moved here and became a
Naturalized U.S. Citizen. She spent most of her career in the Surgical Operating Suite at UTMB where she retired from in
the early 90’s. She gained many wonderful friends and colleagues that remained close. The light of her life was her
grandchildren. They brought her so much joy. Cecilia was a Christian lady and continued to love the Church of England
where she found faith as a young girl.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter that passed at birth, brothers, Leslie Parker , Norman Parker
and Wilfred Parker and a sister, Joyce Crulley. She is survived by her sons, Robert Simmons and wife Virginia of League
City and Stephen Simmons and wife Shannon of Spring; and grandchildren, Ashley Simmons, Alexandra Simmons, Kylie
Simmons and Samantha Simmons.
In Lieu of flowers the family asks that gifts in memory of Cecilia be made to The University of Texas Medical Branch
Development Office 301 University Blvd. Galveston, Texas 77555-0148.