Felicity “sweetest girl” Morton Obituary, Death – A young woman who was on the verge of making a name for herself as a playwright and director is being remembered as the “sweetest child” after she was killed in a vehicle accident while returning home from the funeral of her grandmother. The accident occurred while the young woman was returning from attending the funeral of her grandmother. Felicity “Fliss” Morton, age 21, was reportedly a passenger in the horrible accident that took place on Wednesday afternoon close to Gladstone, Queensland, according to Westside News. The accident took place on Wednesday. She was unfortunate enough to lose her life at the scene of the catastrophe.
The local resident of Brisbane, who was traveling with her brother Liam and her cousins, was on their way back to Brisbane from Rockhampton, where the funeral had taken place, when the tragedy occurred. They had attended the funeral in Rockhampton. According to Westside News, in addition to being a co-founder of the feminist theatrical ensemble T!TS AKIMBO, Ms. Morton was also a playwright, director, and producer. After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater from Queensland University of Technology, it was rumored that she was planning to enroll at the University of London the next academic year to continue her education. Her loved ones told the community magazine that she “had a heart of gold” and “was a little beacon of brightness for everyone.”
In an interview with Westside News, Felicity’s mother, Rosemary, stated that her daughter “was always the peacemaker.” The narrator shares with the audience that “the meaning of her name is happiness,” and that “she had the unique capacity to radiate joy and laughter wherever she went.” Ms. Morton was the fourth of five children, and she and her four siblings, all of whom are quite a bit younger than she is, were inseparable throughout their childhood. “The kids are constantly checking in with each other,” her mother reportedly told a reporter. “The kids are constantly checking in with each other.”