Obituary: Rebecca “Becky” Morfin

Obituary: Rebecca “Becky” Morfin

Obituary: Rebecca “Becky” Morfin

Rebecca “Becky” Morfin passed away on March 12, 2022, in Winnemucca, NV at the age of 47. She was born on September 26, 1974, to Ruben and Carolina Morfin in Winnemucca, NV. 

Becky was born and raised in and around Winnemucca, NV. She lived in King’s River as a child before moving into Winnemucca. 

As a young adult, she moved to Phoenix, Arizona before spending many years in Missouri where she met her love, Jason T. Bolinger (JT) who she brought back with her to her hometown of Winnemucca. 

Some of Becky’s favorite jobs were working at Fiskars in Missouri where she was as strong and confident as she was hardheaded and stubborn. 

She also worked at the Beehive assisted living, where she cherished her relationships with the elderly. 

She held many other jobs in her lifetime all of which she built relationships with her coworkers over the years. 

Cooking for others always brought joy to Becky, as did helping anyone who needed a hand, a hug, or an ear to listen to. 

Becky knew how to light up a room and make each person in the room feel special. 

She may have been short, but she knew how to make an impact with her loud and beautiful demeaner. 

Her smile was nothing short of contagious as she was also quick witted and full of laughter. She knew how to love selflessly and unconditionally. 

Her grandbabies meant the world to her. They brought her so much joy and she embraced being their grandma more than anything. 

Becky touched so many so many people during her short time here on earth. 

She is survived by her mother, Carolina Morfin, her son, Anthony Morfin, grandchildren, Kayden, Michael, Ally, and Andrew Morfin of Missouri. Nephews, Austin and Travis Morfin of Winnemucca and Dylan ad Brett Jordan of Eagar, AZ and her siblings, Ruben (Erin) Morfin, Luis Morfin, and Yesenia Morfin. 

She is preceded in death by her father, Ruben Morfin Sr. 

She will be forever missed, forever in our hearts, and forever loved.

We are all better people for being loved by her. She is now with our Lord Jesus, watching over us.

John 16:22 So with you: Now is your time of grief, but I will see you again and you will rejoice, and no one will take away your joy.