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Commander Wedge Morrison

Our camp is devastated at the loss of our Brother, and camp Commander, Doug (Wedge) Morrison. While traveling home from Biloxi, MS on his last leg of the Mechanized Cavalry 11th Annual held in Texas, he was struck and killed by a truck while entering a local Harley Davidson Dealer in Montgomery, Alabama. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife and family. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.


Jerald Douglas “Wedge” Morrison age 60, of Chatsworth, departed this life on Wednesday, in Montgomery, Ala.

Doug was the owner of the Village Cafeteria in Chatsworth.
He was a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Confederate 2nd Co. D Infantry.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Jerald Benny Morrison and Louise Stokes.

Survivors include his wife, Teresa Ann Morrison of Chatsworth; daughters and sons-in-law, Monica and Steve Phillips of Chickamauga, Heather and Mike Edwards of Chatsworth; sons and daughters-in-law, Scott Novella Morrison of Chatsworth, Keith and Wyndi Morrison, Doug and Danielle Morrison, all of Chickamauga.

Grandchildren, Lacey Morrison, Zachary Morrison, Sabra Morrison, Dylan Morrison, Austin Morrison, Savannah Morrison, Tanner Morrison, Jessie Morrison, Tanner Edwards, Hunter Edwards, Racheal Phillips, Hannah Morrison, Taylor Edwards, and Jacob Phillips.

A sister,Pam Morrison of Chatsworth; a brother, Micheal Joe Morrison of Chatswoth.

Services were on Sunday in the chapel of Peeples Funeral Home of Chatsworth. Last Ride Confederate Honors will follow at the Sugar Creek Cemetery in Bradley Country, Tennessee.

Note: Morrison was killed when his 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle was struck by a truck in Montgomery, AL.

If you would like to contribute to his Find A Grave Memorial, please follow this link.

Here are the photos of his Memorial Service on our Facebook Page.