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October 10, 2014
Bobby was my cousin and Iloved him dearly. Last time I spent with him at his home in Worchester.His father was my mothers Brother,who visited us weekly in Everett to see his father,my grandfather who lived with us. I know Bob researched the family name and found out it was really Morganthal which he shortend to Morgan. Any one who could not write upon entering the country was given the name of Bloom at the time,thus so many Blooms. I loved my cousin Bobby dearly. Pat Ventura
July 28, 2012
Bob, your beloved waterfall bubbles into your pond as your empty chair on the patio watches it. It is the height of summer here in Alaska. We finally have some sunny and very warm days. The vegetable garden that you started so many years ago is finally producing broccoli, tomatoes, strawberries and zucchini. But I have never been able to create the flower gardens you planted. The flowers remains in photos and in my memory. Missing you so much. /tommy
October 03, 2011
Today is October 3, 2011, the one year anniversary of Bob's passing. It has been a long painful year of loss for me. To make the day a little sadder, the giant cottonwood tree in the center of the yard is coming down today. It was one of Bob's favorites: eagles, hawks and ravens would stop to rest and talk to him from its upper branches. But the 90-foot tall tree has rotted at the point where the trunk meets the roots and was a threat to fall down on the neighbor's house. As this great giant is taken away, it is like a memory of a giant of a man who was taken away a year ago. I know his spirit lives on in the universe. I miss you every day Bob and someday I hope to join you in further adventures. Love, Tommy
December 23, 2010
Missing my uncle, Dr. Bob, on his birthday and Christmas ... This time of year won't be the same for any of us without him. Yet he's still with us in Spirit, I know. So glad he had all of you in his life, especially Tommy.

Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas, Uncle Bob!

Sending Love...

Sherrye
December 22, 2010
Today, Dec 22 is Bob's 85th birthday. In his long life, Bob impacted so many people's lives, not least of all mine. I miss him every single day.

With all my love
/Tommy
November 07, 2010
I wrote this email on Oct 3rd with such sadness in hearing the news about our loved one passing. I have had trouble with this computer and did not get the message about Bob’s memorial potlatch in the gathering room til afterwards but wish I could have been there with all of you…I can just hear Bob laughing about these computers as he always did about our mutual frustration with computers. He would not give up his Web TV internet and sometimes I had to be really creative in order to get a letter to him.

Oh, Bob, how I wish we could sit one more time together in your beautiful
back yard at garden 1530...having coffee, laughing way too hard.... and listening to the birds! And listening to you talk about your beloved Circle Of Healing with that twinkle in your eyes. You were so right..that campfire in your back yard would be the perfect place for a campfire circle of friendship, love and healing. I thought of you the other day as I do so often and felt your spirit with me when I was up on the mountain talking to God...just like you always do when you "go to the mountain to talk to Grandfather". I will think of you again when I go up on that mountain and maybe you will talk to me. I already miss you so much and I know you will always be right here in our hearts til we all meet again.

so much love to all of you and may the Lord fill our hearts with His
love, comfort and peace. Thank you for letting me know. I wanted to send this message to everyone but didnt have enough space to send it.

Back in 1998, when I was at Maniilaq Health Center in Kotzebue one morning having coffee and sharing stories with the Tribal Doctors, we were talking about how good it would be for all of us in the health care system to be able to truly help each other and our patients to feel good and get better all along the way and stay on that path. We were all working so hard together on our “Journey to Wellness” to integrate healing traditions from all cultures. Sometimes it was very discouraging. Suddenly, Auggie Nelson Sr, Tribal Doctor in Kotzebue pulled out a document called The Circle of Healing by Dr Bob Morgan, Phd, and handed it to me with a big grin and said, here, read this. I did and was so uplifted and encouraged by what I read. I then had the privilege and the joy of meeting and becoming friends with Bob and many others working together towards the Circle of Healing in Alaska. Such a light in my life.

And Bob, when I am having coffee at the Café Du Monde in New Orleans, even though we didn’t get to have our coffee and beneighs there as we talked about…..I will always think of you and how you loved New Orleans too.

Tina Greta Melin
Cherokee, North Carolina
October 22, 2010
Dr. Bob was an inspiration to so many people. We worked together on "Honoring the Wisdom Keepers". Much to Bob's surprise, he was also honored at the ceremony, an honor he richly deserved. He was a humble man who had great knowledge and always was willing to share with others until the end of his days. He will be remembered with love and blessings.
October 21, 2010
I'm still struggling with the loss of my friend. Bob was many things, but maybe most importantly, he was an open heart. We worked together during a magical time at South Central Foundation when the struggle to integrate traditional Native healing practices was building momentum. He was my clinical supervisor and mentor, and before long, he was my hero and my friend. Leaving Anchorage at the end of my internship and the family that Dr. Morgan had adopted me into was one of the hardest goodbyes of my life. Since then I was fortunate enough to travel to the Black Hills with him - to Bear Butte and Wounded Knee - sacred places that Bob had deep feeling for. Robert Morgan is the most shining example I've ever encountered of a man who has lived life fully. Dr. Bob was a credentialed and accomplished psychologist and visionary, but that never got in his way as a human being. He was at the same time silly and funny and humble. I remember the Curious George doll who always had a prominent place in the groups he ran. I'm typing this in a McDonald's and I'm struggling not to laugh out loud or to cry. Bob Morgan was a very, very special human being who would be the first to tell you that he wasn't. He would just thankful for the opportunity to participate.

I love you, Dr. Bob, and I'll be watching for you.
October 21, 2010
Robert thank you for so many wonderful memories.
Love Thom Glynn
October 21, 2010
We were saddend by the news of Bob's passing, please know that our love and compassion are with you Tom.
Thom Glynn & Mark Puleo, Cleveland Ohio

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