Steven Michael Morrison

June 1, 1969 - October 20, 2019
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Date: Saturday, November 9, 2019

Time: 1:00 pm

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Born: June 1, 1969
Died: October 20, 2019

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Stephen Place posted on 11/6/19

Steven Morrison, or "Morrie", made a huge difference in my life, encouraging me to change paths, quit my job and start again. I went to America a couple of times for summer camp & we travelled around the states in the Summer of 89. I went back into education at Preston College, then I went on and got a BA and then a masters, and then later wound up lecturing in higher education.... Without Steven Morrison in the world, I could have spent the last 20 years selling insurance! The world is a smaller place without you in it. Thank you Steven Morrison. Placey


Simon Pang posted on 10/29/19

I first met Steve in the 80’s, on the soccer field. I was not a good player, but he was always friendly to me. Over the years, I kept running into him, as we both stayed in Berkeley. The last two years I interacted with him more, because my son was playing for Mersey. He was always helpful to me, with my questions about youth soccer. I would have liked to have known him better, and am sad that he is gone.


Pablo Carrillo posted on 10/26/19

I remember when Steven got together a bunch of really great soccer players to play on a team which practiced on the turf fields next to the Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. He asked me to play with them, which thrilled me. When we played an actual game he would ALWAYS bench me in the middle of the second half. And I finally started saying to him: "Why do you always bench me?" And he would smile and say: ""What do you expect?."The game is already won. I have to preserve my best players." I knew that probably wasn't true, but I appreciated him saying that. In subsequent years it became a joke between us, we would always laugh about it. I respected him as a coach and as a person. I was always glad to see him at the King fields, that he was still coaching the youngsters. I will miss him.