Don "Cheech" Morton
March 31, 1938 - January 18, 2011
Don “Cheech” Morton of Troy, died January 18, 2011, in Arizona. He was 72 years old. Mr. Morton was born March 31, 1938, in Detroit, to Beatrice (nee Meloche) and Lawrence Morton.  Don proudly served in the United States Navy from 1956 until 1962. He was a dedicated insurance executive for over 40 years before retiring in 2009.  Don enjoyed dancing, bowling and was an avid golfer. He will be deeply missed by all those that knew him. 

Mr. Morton is survived by his children, Jeff (Denise) Morton, Steve Morton, and Teri Gallagher and grandchildren, Jacob, Jacqueline, Sean and Madeleine. He is also survived by his siblings, Teri Wyman and Larry Morton and friend, Pat Sargee.

Friends may visit at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 1368 N. Crooks Road (between 14-15 Mile Rds.) Monday 1-8pm. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home, Tuesday 10am. Interment in White Chapel Cemeter, Troy.
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Condolences:
Dear Jeff and Family, I am very sorry to hear about Don's passing. My thoughts and my prayers go out to you. Peace, Tim

Tim Wheeler

First of all, let me express my deepest sympathy. We have missed you here and wish you and your family the best. WOW....do you ever look like your dad!!

Cheryl Velzen

Steve and Family and Pat, please accept our deepest sympathies and know that we’re thinking of you and remembering all of the good times shared with Cheech. Ann

Ann Skinner

I am so sorry to hear of Dons passing. My condolences to his family and friends. He always had a smile and something funny to say. He will be misseed.

nikki rubenstein

Steve - Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Your Dad will remain in our hearts forever. Hold on tight to your memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength and always remember how much you are cared about.

Carol & Grant Vich

Steve, Jeff, Terri, and Pat we are sorry to learn of your dad's passing. We feel lucky to have known him. He brought joy to many occasions, and that's how we'll remember him.

Joe and Anne Novitsky

We are sorry to hear of Dons passing. Our deepest sympathies to the family. Janis & Larr Hansen

Janis Hansen

Jeff, Steve and Teri, My family's thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family's during this difficult time. Uncle Dons smile and laugh with be greatly missed. I regret that I will be unable to attend the service as I am currently in Texas for work. With deepest regrets, Kevin, Jacqueline, Zachary and Madison

Kevin Morton

Dear Steve, Jeff and Terri, We're going to miss your Dad very much. Knowing him for some 30 years professionally and personally was special to me. Being his "sister" and getting to know you and your family will always be something I am grateful. We pray for you and your families during this difficult time.

John and Marsha

Dear Family and Friends, We are so sorry for your loss. We had the honor to get to meet Cheech by bowling with him on the Tuesday night Early Elks league and we enjoyed him and his friendship so very much! He touched us dearly and we are blessed to have met him! May God be with you at this time of sorrow. God Bless Sincerely, Paul and Karen Chalker

Paul and Karen Chalker

To the Morton Family that includes Pat Sargee: With the sad news on the passing of CHEECH, it goes without saying that our Sympathy and thoughts are with you all. He was a dear friend that clearly no one can duplicate. We had some great times together over the years. Those will be missed but never forgotten. And though we haven't been around lately it does not take away the sadness our hearts feel. May you rest in peace.

Ken & Janet Platt

I have known don for 20 years Sorry to the family for don's passing .I enjoyed his great nature smilling all the time as we have had a few sodas at mitchell's and shields.

jack kemble

I was very sorry to learn of Don's passing. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family. I knew Don for many years and he was my golf partner in the Sunnybrook golf league. I regret that I had not seen him for quite a few years. He was always fun to be around and a very "classy" guy. Save a spot in your foresome up there for me Don!

Michael Schott

Steve, Pat, and family, we are so very sad and sorry to hear about Don's passing. Don will be sorely missed. He's been a great friend since 1984 and never will I forget "wine" nights at his apt., his great sense of humor, "Dapper Dancing Don", his laugh, 220, Houlihans, our wedding, working together - all the good times. We love and will miss you Don!

Karen and Kyle Duncan

What sad news. While we haven't seen Cheech in years, we will always remember him as a man of integrity. His warm personality, that smile and heart warming laugh will live on in our hearts. Our deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

John & Colleen Leonard

Our sincerest sympathy to all of you. It was such a pleasure knowing Cheech and having him in our lives. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Jodie and Dave Montana

Jodie Montana

What a loss for us all. Cheech was a great man! My deepest sympathy to his family.

Marianne Cobleigh

Our thoughts are with you and your family. So sad to hear. He was a Great Man. We will miss you ! Frank & Donna Booth

Frank Booth

Stephen and Family Our prayers and thoughts go out to you. Sorry I just found out or I would have ben there. I know you and your Dad had some good times together. Will be thinking of you. Mr and Mrs C

Noreene and Dale Cousins

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