Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 05, 2019 at a 1:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church for Morris Gloston Sr. who entered into eternal rest on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at the age of 53. Morris Gloston, Sr. was born on October 10, 1966, to Herman Gloston, Sr. and the late Delores Chavis Boxie. He was a native of Sunset, but resided in Baltimore, MD for the past 14 years. He was lovingly referred to as Junie, Mr. 630, and Big 6. He was employed as a truck driver and owner operator for many years. Being in the transportation business led to his love of fine vehicles. If ever there was a man who understood the allure and luxury of the Cadillac, it was Morris Gloston, Sr. He had a passion for music and was intrigued with vehicles of all types. He was also a gifted musical artist and performer. He featured many local artists in his music and performances. He was a loving father and a role model for his nephews. His stature was only matched by the size of his heart. He was known for his generosity and sense of humor. Morris Sr. was always the life of the party. He had many childhood friends that he maintained relationships with until his earthly departure. He was well known and well respected among his peers and in the community. He was a man who cherished creating memories with family and friends. He leaves to mourn his passing, yet cherishing his memory: a loving father, Herman Gloston, Sr. (Tanya); a loving stepmother, Marie A. Boxie; fiancée, Dawn Lewis; three sons, Morris Gloston Jr. Mario Gloston, and Jordan Gloston; two daughters, Ariel Freddie and Jada Charles; two step-sons, Chance Lewis and Kayden Senegal; one step-daughter, Kateleen Guillory; siblings, Susan Lynn Boxie - Rex (Darnell), Tonette Thibodeaux (Ronald), Marquet Rideau (Chris), and Angela Boxie; one great uncle, Darrel Walker; four godchildren, Donte Boxie, Shanti Mouton, Alexxus Pierre, and Christopher Charles Neville; a host of aunts, uncles, great nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Morris Sr. was also a big brother to Dillon Amos. He was preceded in death by his mother, Delores Chavis Boxie; maternal grandparents, Elise Chavis and Olivia Chavis; paternal grandparents, Harold Gloston, Sr., and Lydia W. Gloston. The family requests visiting hours be observed from 8:00 a.m. Friday until service time on Saturday.