John-Morgan, Sr.-Obituary

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John I. Morgan, Sr.

Washington, North Carolina

Jul 11, 1923 – Mar 24, 2019

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Mr. John Irvin Morgan, Sr., age 95, retired Beaufort County Register of Deeds, died Sunday, March 24, 2019 at his home.

The family will receive friends from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM Saturday, March 30, 2019 in the Ladies’ Parlor at the First United Methodist Church in Washington....

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Our condolences to Johnny and Richard and to his many widespread friends. He was a giant among citizens of his community and North Carolina. We shall miss our visits with John and Geneva with every visit to Washington.
Love,
John and Jackie Sawyer

May God bless you and ease your sorrow during this time.

Mr. John Morgan was like no other! He and Miss Geneva were such a big part of my life. He so graciously stepped in and walked me down the aisle. He and Miss Geneva loved and cared for so many! I will cherish the memories! Johnny and Richard, my family and I are thinking of you both.

I'll always remember John with a smile on his face and a kind word on his lips. My prayers are with the family.

My dear Richard and family. Am sorry for your dads passing. Its tough but thinking you of you

Love and respect are the two words I think of when remembering John & Geneva. Very positive, hard working and community focused leaders. Johnny & Richard, we will be praying for you and your family.

I have signed in a few times to sign the guest book for Mr. John but didn't know what to say, because words really can't sum up everything he meant to me. He and Miss Geneva were like second parents to me when I needed them the most. My father was deceased and my mom had Alzheimer's and Mr. John and Miss Geneva took it upon themselves to love on me as though I was their own. They loved so many and did so much for others. It is hard to talk about one without talking about the other because...

Mr. Morgan, you were a great husband and father. I only met you a few times but my husband Joe Ferguson knew you well. He always spoke so highly and how well respected that you were. I think you still worked out well into your 80s. Your son Richard is one of the best things that you and your wife produced. Luckily while dating Joe I got the pleasure of meeting Richard and my love for him blossomed into our 30 year friendship.He loved you so very much and tried his own hand at government but...