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Morgan, Grace E. Age 95, of Wauwatosa, passed away on March 13, 2014, in Palm Harbor, Florida. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lyman Morgan, her parents, Oscar and Marion Erion, her brothers, Kenneth and Ralph Erion, and her son, David Morgan. Grace is survived by her brother, Bud (Polly) Erion; her daughters, Nancy Morgan and Barbara (Deanna D'Abbraccio) Morgan, son, John (Meredith) Morgan, and daughter-in-law, Heidi Morgan; grandchildren, Bret (Ann) Larget, Katie (Jim) Sparrow, Chad Larget, Reid Larget, Sarah (Matt) Beecham, John (Becky) Morgan, Dan Morgan, Luke Morgan, David Morgan, Jake Morgan, and Zachary Morgan; great grandchildren, Riley, Elizabeth, Greta and Jacob Larget, Tanner, Molly, and Drew Sparrow, Avery and Hannah Beecham. Also survived by nieces, Jan (Dave) Atnip and Chris (Terry) Klein, and nephew, Doug (Lynne) Erion. A graduate of Wauwatosa High School and Ottawa University, Grace taught and coached in the Wauwatosa Public Schools and was actively involved in Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity, Milwaukee Christian Center, Project Focal Point, Restorative Justice, Housing Ministries, and the Baptist Peace Fellowship. Grace was an active member of her beloved Underwood Memorial Baptist Church for 92 years. She had a strong belief in social justice and international peace. She had a positive impact on campers at Camp Tamarack and Camp Lou-e-Len, as well as the students she taught and coached. For 20 consecutive years, she spent her September birthdays canoeing in the wilderness of the Minnesota Boundary Waters, making her last trip at age 83. She truly loved life, family, nature, and the out of doors. A celebration of Gracie's life will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at 1:00 PM, at Underwood Memorial Baptist Church, 1916 Wauwatosa Avenue, in Wauwatosa. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent in her name to Underwood Memorial Baptist Church.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Mar. 16, 2014
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