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Morris W. Binder


Morris W. Binder, 79, of Waterloo, IL, died September 20, 2020, in Waterloo, IL. He was born October 27, 1940, in East St. Louis, IL.

He is survived by his wife Nina Binder; children William Binder, Jonathan (Catherine) Binder, and Elizabeth Binder; grandchildren Jacob Binder and Benjamin Binder; siblings Judy Warren and Richard (Portia) Binder; sister-in-law Sandra Binder; nieces; and nephews.

He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

He will be remembered for his dry sense of humor and generous heart. Some say he was one of the most giving people they had ever known. he would help those in need in any way he could, many times without them even knowing.

Morris is preceded in death by his parents Morris and Ruth (nee Oldendorph) Binder; brother David Binder; and nephew William Warren.

As an expression of sympathy the family prefers memorial contributions to: 
Hospice of Southern Illinois
Diabetes Association
or Donor's Choice

Private family services will be held.
 


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Dear Nina & family: I was a classmate of Morrie, and I am sorry for your loss. He was always kind and funny! I remember our Senior play, our Latin dinner, and Senior trip. Is leadership as class President made our four years in High School an interesting and fun time. Please pass on to Judy and the rest of the family my condolences.

Judith Easton Crowder Sep 22 2020 12:00 AM

High School memories flood my mind. It was Morrie Binder, president of the class of 1958, whose leadership included a professional side and astute decision-making abilities. Then there was the funny side of Morrie that drew everyone to him, making him a leader in all the hilarious and memorable activities that took place at Waterloo High School. If anything funny happened, one could count on Morrie's being the center and instigator of the event. At the same time, he could convincingly declare his innocence, regardless of his obvious involvement. It simply created endearment from and among his classmates.
He took the leading role in the senior play, "Professor, How Could You". More wonderful memories.
He will long be remembered as a caring, devoted friend to many. Thank you, Morrie.
Condolences to the family. He will be missed.

Lois Werth Mimbs Sep 22 2020 12:00 AM

Sorry for your loss. Morrie definitely made things interesting at HTC! Never a dull moment when Morrie was around. May he RIP.

Lisa Riebeling Sep 21 2020 12:00 AM