Paul Leland Morrow, Jr., 59, passed away unexpectedly at home, Wednesday morning, in
Selma, TX on July 6, 2022. Paul was born April 29, 1963 in Conroe, Texas. He was the only the
son of Threasa Rivera Burnett and Paul Leland Morrow, Sr., who preceded him in death on July
7, 2006. Father and son passed away almost exactly 16 years apart.
Paul is survived by his beloved wife, Tobey, his daughter, Kylie Morrow, and his granddaughter
Delaney, step daughter, Kourtney, and son in law, Ernest Ware, and their two daughters,
Maevry and Madison. Paul is also survived by his mother, three sisters, and their
families...Shelly and Wade Whitenburg and their two children, Brooke and Luke, Renee and
Rick Quarchioni and their son Evan, and Shea and Brittain Fraley and their two sons, Alexander
Paul grew up in Huntsville and Conroe, Texas and graduated from Conroe High School in 1981.
He went on the attend Tyler Junior College for a couple of years. He then moved to Austin and
worked in the insurance business for awhile and then found his true calling by becoming a
Master Electrician. After 20 years of working in that field, he moved to become a Senior
Superintendent for Skanska Building USA for the last 9 years. He absolutely loved this job and
was so proud of the many projects he oversaw from the ground up. Paul was a very hard
worker. He was dedicated to his employees and mentored many young men. He was a believer
in education, training, strong work ethic, and brute determination. When Paul decided to learn
any skill, he was never half hearted about it. He spent countless hours on the worksites, and
when he wasn’t working, Paul loved to be at home with his wife Tobey and their two dogs,
Hank and Cletus.
Paul loved tinkering in his man cave in his garage. He was often involved in projects around the
house and playing with his dogs. He was an avid gun, coin, and arrowhead collector. He loved
watching movies and socializing with friends and family. Paul loved his family and would show
up to family reunions and holidays with a boisterous sense of humor. He would light up a room
with his contagious laugh, and would quickly make jokes and ease heavy moments. When you
were around Paul you were bound to belly laugh and hear great stories! He loved music and
driving his truck with the tunes blaring, all while singing along. He wasn’t one to say I love you
much, but you knew that he loved you. He would be quick to lend a hand by helping with
Paul loved fishing, hunting, and just shooting the breeze with friends. He often talked about
how proud he was of his daughters, Kylie and Kourtney. He enjoyed mentoring and hanging
out with his son in law E.T., even when, at times, he could be a pain in his neck. He enjoyed
having deep and meaningful discussions with his mother almost every Sunday. His sisters
loved spending time with him, sharing memories of their childhood and adventures they had
together. Paul loved hanging out with his cousins at family reunions. So many incredible
memories were made with him!
It was a blessing to know Paul. His Texas-sized hugs and larger than life personality will be
There will be a memorial service for Paul, Friday, July 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm, Schertz Funeral
Home Chapel, 2217 FM 3009 Schertz, TX 78154
After the memorial service, we ask you please respect the family’s wishes by allowing them to
grieve in private.