Conner Morschheimer

Conner Morschheimer

November 17, 1935 - March 17, 2020
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Conner Morschheimer, Jr., 84, of Pine Bluff, died March 17, 2020.

Born Louis Conner Morschheimer, Jr. November 17, 1935, he was the son of Julia and Louis Morschheimer of Parkdale, Arkansas. He was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wade Allen of Hamburg and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calvin Morschheimer of Parkdale. Both the Allens and Morschheimers were pioneer families of Ashley County. Even though he was an only child, Conner was blessed with a large extended family. On the Allen side, he had two uncles and two aunts who gave him 14 first cousins. On the Morschheimer side he was blessed with uncles, aunts, grandparents and two first cousins who lived within a two-block area of his home.

Conner graduated from the University of Arkansas, where he was a proud member of Sigma Chi fraternity. In 1957, he met the love of his life, Gail Smithson, of Ft. Smith, Arkansas. In November, 1958 they married while Conner was serving a six-month Army Reserve basic training course at Fort Chaffee. They moved to Memphis so Conner could attend Murdoch’s Cotton School, and upon graduation, the couple settled in Pine Bluff in August, 1959. Conner became a cotton merchant and later served as president of the Arkansas-Missouri Cotton Association. He was a lifelong Razorback fan in all sports, especially football and baseball.

The couple had two daughters, Stacy Muntzel (Michael) and Julia Weisbecker (Gib), both of Little Rock. Gail predeceased Conner in 2014, after 57 years of marriage. He is survived by his daughters, and two grandsons, Conner Weisbecker and Ben Weisbecker.

The family would like to thank all the wonderful nurses and staff who cared for him at Brookdale Chenal Heights and Arkansas Home Hospice. There will be a private burial service in Hamburg, Arkansas. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to donor’s favorite charity.

Arrangements were handled by Ralph Robinson and Son Funeral Directors of Pine Bluff (online register:
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Lynn Carter

Posted at 05:02pm
So very sorry Julia! Prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Johnny McAdams

Posted at 11:15am
So sorry to hear of Connor's Passing . He gave me my first Job after my graduation from College . He & I became very close & communicated after he left the Cotton Business. I even made a few memorable trips to play Golf with him in the 90's . I Pray for your Peace & know what we all know what a gentle great Man he was .

Bobette Ray

Posted at 09:09pm
I'm thinking of you and praying that God will surround you with His love and compassion.

Bobette Ray

Ronnie Jones

Posted at 09:28am
Stacy and Julia, so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. Conner was a fine man and I am proud to have been his friend. Ronnie Jones

Connie Toland Posted at 02:14pm

Julia and Stacy, so sad to learn of your dad's passing. I have such fond memories of both he and your mom. My thoughts and prayer are with you and your families. Connie Thomason Toland

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