Lindy Zachery “Zach” Morris died May 24, 2015.
He was born to Elizabeth (Lisa) Ann Miller of Muckleshoot and Lindy Lee Morris of Tulalip and was a Muckleshoot tribal member. He spent many years living on the Lummi and Tulalip reservations, spending the latter part of his life living within the Muckleshoot Reservation. He attended Northwest Indian College at Muckleshoot Tribal College for several years. He was involved in the different activities and events on the Muckleshoot reservation and liked to take nature walks, play basketball and read mafia and gangster books. He also was interested in astrology.
He is survived by his parents; grandparents Ester McCluskey and Ray Lamphier Jr., Doni and Ray Morris Sr., Margo Pacheco and Randy Richardson; brothers Tyson, Draven and Sage; sister Ayiana; and girlfriend Alyssya Louie.
He was preceded in death by his great-grandparents Lee and Marguerite McCluskey.
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