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July 20, 2018

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April 8, 2017
Sincere condolences to the Morgan Family from the Kraus Family, "RIP John RIP"
April 1, 2017
John Morgan was a fellow teacher at Mary Covillaud School in Marysville for twenty years. One top student named Tristen, who had him in 5th grade, wanted to tell him he still remembers the math phrases learned from Mr. Morgan even after graduating high school and entering college. Students who became "master jugglers" through Mr. Morgan's program were proud to perform their skills for our school and at the annual Box Kai parade.

John had a good sense of humor and enjoyed life. A North Carolina accent expressed well his friendly and upbeat demeanor. His marriage to Judy took place on 8/8/08 at 8:08 pm. Yes, John loved math! He wrote some very funny poems for fellow teachers who retired before him. When asked what was the scariest part of flying the SR71 Blackbird as an Air Force pilot he described an emergency landing in Norway. You can read about that historic event on-line.

I'll miss hearing about John from his father-in-law who plays harmonica in a band with me. Much more can be said about John -- he's truly missed.
April 1, 2017