Sally Morris Geiger

Memorial services for Sally Morris Geiger, 83, of Cincinnati, formerly of Trigg County, will be held at 11 AM Saturday, May 16 at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz.  Sally passed away following a long illness on December 19, 2014.
She was born on October 9, 1931, in Lamasco, Lyon County to O.P. (Dick) Morris and Jennie Lewis Morris, raised in Canton and graduated from Trigg County High School in 1948.  Sally married naval officer Merrill (Bud) Geiger of Dayton, OH, in 1954. Together they traveled to various places in the U.S. and Europe before settling in Huber Heights, OH. While in Huber Heights, Sally became involved in various community and political activities including the Red Cross, Campfire Girls, American Field Service, Dayton Council on World Affairs, and the Huber Heights Democrat Club. She was a bookkeeper at Brandt Medical Center for many years. Sally was proud of being elected to help write the city charter when Huber Heights was incorporated. She was honored to be made a Kentucky Colonel in 1986.
Sally returned to Cadiz for a few years to help care for her mother, renewing old friendships and creating new ones with Newcomers Club before moving back to Ohio.
She was gracious and intelligent, a voracious reader, an amazing cook, and had a wicked sense of humor. She played cutthroat bridge and followed politics until the last year of her life. Always an animal lover, she provided a home to many dogs and cats over the years.
Sally was preceded in death by her husband, Bud.
She is survived by sisters Ronella Stagner of Cadiz and Patricia Wallace of Franklin TN; daughter Jennifer Geiger (Jack Barrett) of Cincinnati; son Carl (Fritz) Geiger (Jamie) of Lombard, Illinois; three grandsons: Mckinley, Sam, and Gus Geiger, all of Lombard, IL; as well as cousins and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial donations may be made to Ohio Alleycat Resource, 5619 Orlando Pl., Cincinnati, OH 45227.

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