Sheree Diane Morelock, 68, passed away on Sunday May 14 th 2023 at\nJohnson City Medical Center. She was born on November 13 th 1954 in\nGreeneville, TN to the late Robert Adams and Grace Mysinger.\nSheree was married to Jerry Morelock for 40 years before his passing.\nShe has one son, Jimmy Dale Willett.\nSheree was a devoted animal lover and had a heart of gold. She had a\ngreat sense of humor, an infectious laugh, and a kind and\ncompassionate heart. She literally lit up a room when she walked in.\nSheree was deeply loved by all who knew her and will be sadly\nmissed.\nShe is survived by her beloved Yorkiepoo dog Cocoa, Son- Jimmy Dale Willett and Sonja Willett, Mother- Grace Mysinger, Stepfather- John Mysinger, Sisters- Linda Gass, Jane Spano, Bobbie Wedding, Margie and Alan Starnes, Donna Williams, Brother- Tony and Debbie Adams Grandchildren- Ashlee Lynch, Jaylen Willett, Jacob Willett, Jordan\nWillett, Chris Willett, and Cody Willett. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, all who loved her very much.\n\nSheree was preceded in death by her husband Jerry Morelock, son\nChris Willett, father Robert Adams, stepmother Jane Adams, sister\nFaye Adams, sister Nina Adams and nephew Robbie Adams.\nShe retired from Plus Mark where she had worked for 30 years. She\nwas of the Baptist faith and had attended Caney Creek Baptist and\nMount Bethel Freewill Baptist churches.\nFuneral services will be held at Jeffers Mortuary downtown. Visitation\nhours will be Tuesday evening from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. We will meet\nat 10:00am Wednesday morning at the funeral home. Graveside\nservices will be held at 11 AM Wednesday Caney Creek Cemetery, Lost Mountain\nCommunity.\nPallbearers are Sam Morelock, Justin Lawson, Riley Adams, Daniel\nLynch, Jacob Willett, Jaylen Willett.\nThe family would like to thank the 4 th floor staff at Johnson City\nMedical Center for their care and kindness. Especially, Nurse Shane,\nwho was outstanding.\nThe family requests that any charitable donations be sent to the\nGreeneville-Greene County Humane Center.