A.J.-Morgan-Obituary

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A.J. Morgan

Ballwin, Missouri

Oct 3, 1992 – Nov 9, 2019 (Age 27)

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October 3, 1992
DIED
November 9, 2019
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27
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Schrader Funeral Home And Crematory - Ballwin Obituary

Morgan, A.J., passed away, Saturday, November 9, 2019.


Loving son of Steve and Toni Morgan. Beloved brother of Brandon (Amanda), Steven and Taylor Morgan. Grandson of Linda (the late Shelby) Morgan, Bernice (Jordan) Cohen and the late Floyd Huber. Phenomenal uncle of Cameron, Jocelyn and Asher. Nephew, cousin and friend to many.


A.J. lived life to the fullest. He would do anything for anyone at the drop of a hat. A.J. loved playing and teaching soccer to anyone who wanted to learn and was an outstanding goalie. He deeply loved his family and will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.


Services: Memorial visitation at the FAMILY CENTER at SCHRADER Funeral Home and Crematory, 14960 Manchester Road at Holloway, Ballwin, Monday 2-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Stray Rescue of St. Louis or Evie's Warriors. Friends may sign the family's on-line guestbook at Schrader.com.

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I am a friend of Toni and my prayers are with the whole family. No one should have to bury a child but you have so many friends to help you get through this. I pray to bring peace and loving memories of a son who had so many friends. Bless you Toni and family.

Ucity softball won't be the same without you... Rest In Peace

Steve I am so sorry to hear this. We will keep you guys in our prayers

Our Deepest Sympathy Is With The Entire Family At This Most Saddest Point You Have Faced In Your Lives Together.
From Special Friends Of Linda Morgan
With Sympathy,
Vernon & Dottie Sellenriek

I am a friend and former neighbor of his grandmother, Linda. My prayers go out to the whole family.

We dearly loved A. J. We first met him when he was in college. Since then we greatly enjoyed his skills and loving nature every time we were fortunate enough to see him participate in the Wednesday Night softball games. He was a very special person and we treasure the hugs and smiles that he shared with us.

I had the fortune of coaching AJ in high school. He was a hard-worker and truly loved to play the game of soccer. He was a good goalie and a better person. I loved seeing AJ when he would come back and watch Marquette soccer games after he graduated. He was always supportive of the program and I will miss him!

AJ was a fine young man on and off the field. A great all around person that will be missed deeply by all that had the pleasure to meet him. Coach Mosby

Last winter {2018} AJ was cleaning my driveway of snow and he saw my elderly neighbor doing hers. He went over there and cleared hers. No one asked him to and she tried to pay him but he would not take it. He said " I hope someone will do the same for my Grandma someday". That was Aj so kind and loving. I love him so much and he will forever be in my heart.