HAL MORRISON DIES AT AGE 58
Harold Morrison, 58, general manager of the Milne Chair Company here, died at 6 o'clock this morning at the Alexian Brothers Rest Home on Signal Mountain after an extended illness.
He was a member of an old southern family and was well known in both civic and social life of Chattanooga. He had been connected with the Milne Company since 1921, and had served as general manager from the time he joined the company until illness approximately a year ago caused him to retire.
He was a member of the Mountain City Club and of the Fairyland Club. He was a graduate of McCallie School here and of the University of Virginia.
Born April 11, 1890, Mr. Morrison was the son of Robert Morrison and Caroline Putnam Morrison. He was married in 1923 to the former Miss Stirling Milne of this city, who survives.
Other survivors include his daughter, Miss Janet Putnam Morrison, a student at Stuart Hall, Staunton, Virginia, and a son, Harold Morrison, Jr., a student at Georgia Tech in Atlanta; a brother, Putnam Morrison, Vicksburg, Miss.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the chapel of the Wann Funeral Home. Rev. James O. Bodley officiating.
Interment will follow in Forest Hills Cemetery.
The following will serve as pallbearers: Scott Probasco, Sam Hutchinson, C. V. White, Dyer Butterfield, Burkett Miller, Bartow Strang, Manker Patten, Eugene Thomasson, Ernest Martin and Jo Conn Guild.
The following employees of the Milne Company also have been named honorary pallbearers: Joe Hines, Tom Dixson, Ralph Dixson, L. D. Wrinkle, Fritz Lowe, David Lingerfelt, E. R. Gwinn, John McMahon and George Blanchard.
Submitted by Susan Kendall