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Dustin Lee Morton
October 23, 1984 ~ October 5, 2023 (age 38) 38 Years Old
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Dustin Lee Morton, or “D,” passed away peacefully in his sleep at the age of 38, in the early hours of October 5, 2023 in Las Colinas, TX, just a few days following his operation on his kidney to remove a cancerous tumor.
Dustin was born in Cherry Point, NC on October 23, 1984 to parents Daniel and Faith. Please join us in celebrating his life at Freedom Fellowship Church, 1308 SE 9th Avenue, Mineral Wells, TX 76067 on October 22, 2023 at 2 p.m.
Dustin was a military brat and as such, spent many of his adolescent years moving from state to state. He always had stories from his time San Diego, CA, Yuma, AZ, and Lorain, OH, just to name a few. His mother remarried his step-father, John Paramore, and eventually settled in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area of Texas where he spent his teen years attending Central Jr. High, and graduating from L.D. Bell High School. He was a big fan of playing football and would often host a weekend game with friends and family, regardless of rivalries.
Dustin loved spending time with friends and keeping in touch as life pulled everyone in their own direction, he made friendships that endured, even after his passing. After graduating, he moved back to Ohio where he married and had 4 wonderful children, Serenity, Dakota, Harmony, and Destiny. Roughly a decade later, he was back in Texas and rekindled a relationship from Jr. High with April. He ended up settling in Mineral Wells, where he spent his time raising and loving their blended family.
Dustin loved his family, friends, church, and above all God. His louder than life personality coupled with his goofiness always brought joy and a smile to those around him. There was no gloomy day when he was around. His heart was bigger than Texas itself.
Dustin is survived by his mother, Faith; his younger brother, Joseph; his wife, April; and their shared six children, Serenity, Evan, Ember, Dakota, Destiny, and Harmony.