Richard Chester Morrow, 70, of Baltimore MD passed peacefully on January 6, 2021, in the home of his brother Ward, with family and friends at his bedside.\n\nHis parents were James Samuel Morrow III of Baltimore MD and Ruth Gretchen Navelle Morrow of Buffalo NY. He is survived by his son Tyler Wilson Morrow of Seattle, Washington, his oldest brother James Samuel Morrow IV of Bethesda, MD; his oldest sister Ruthanne Seeber of Marietta GA; his older brother Ward Morrow of Stephens City VA, his older sister Mary Morrow Schwartz of Fredonia NY, and his youngest sister Martha Morrow Marmion of E. Aurora NY. His close friend and caregiver Betty Scott had visited him the day of his passing. Linda Kelly, his significant other was at his side at his passing along with family members.\n\nHe graduated from E. Aurora Senior High class of 1968. He graduated from the U. of Washington with a degree in Psychology, magna cum laude, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He worked in transportation from 1981 to 1989 in the Seattle-Tacoma area and was a contract negotiator for Sea-land and Horizon Lines of Alaska until 2009. Richard was also a presenter for DUI educators in the Seattle area. He was a boy scout leader for 8 years, a church youth leader for 4 years, and a YMCA youth sports coach for 5 years in the Seattle area. He was DUI educator in the Winchester, VA area and was a greeter at Walmart on Pleasant Valley. He fostered several dogs and was a member of several recovery programs. He was a member of Macedonia Church in White Post. He was also a builder and jack of many trades, especially home renovations. He had a great sense of humor and was beloved by many. He made friends easily and will be sorely missed, by his many relatives, family, and friends.\n\nHe joins his beloved daughter Stacy Gretchen Morrow who passed tragically in 2001 and his faithful dog Jake. We love you Ricky and will miss you.