Alan Morgan
1952 - 2020
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Alan James Morgan 67

Jupiter, FL - Alan James Morgan, 67, of Jupiter, FL, passed away at his home on May 14, 2020. He is survived by his wife Bonny (Siegmund) Morgan; daughter Carrie (Morgan) Voltz of Jupiter, FL; son Christopher Morgan of Boynton Beach, FL; brothers Barry Morgan of Woodstock, CT, Jay Morgan of Fiskdale, MA, Bernard Morgan of Tampa, FL, and Michael Morgan of Woodstock, CT and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Alan was born on Dec 24, 1952 to his late mother Joan (McLean) Morgan in Southbridge MA, where she and his dad Bernard J Morgan raised him. He moved to Webster, MA to begin his own family, relocating to Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

He became a licensed real estate broker in 1978 and was a broker in both MA and CT before moving to Florida and adding a Florida broker's license. He not only sold houses and properties, but loved developing relationships with his clients, counting them as friends. Alan dreamed of adventure and looked forward to travelling and exploring what the road ahead of him held. He loved music and the memories that came along with a great song.

A Celebration of Life will be held by Alan's family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please play a good tune (turn it up loud) and plant a native tree along one of your favorite nature trails or hiking paths and share that location and a photo with his family.

Alan will be greatly missed, yet his adventurous spirit will live on.

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Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from May 29 to May 31, 2020.
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May 29, 2020
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Dwayne Levasseur
May 26, 2020
to Bonny, Carrie, and Chris, my heartfelt sympathy for your loss.
as we mourn Alan, I would like to share one of my happiest memories of him. It was memorial day weekend, exactly 32 years ago, the whole family was gathered at Alan and Bonny's spacious lakeside home for a picnic. Everyone was down at the lake enjoying themselves. I remained in the house, being more than 9 mos pregnant with our second child. Thankfully Alan had stayed up at the house to finish some paper work. My husband and son had joined Bonny for a boat ride, when I went into labor. I wasn't terribly concerned, I had done this just 2 years ago and I knew labor takes many, many hours, right? umm...well not this time. Alan must have heard me and came upstairs. There was no way to reach my husband (cell phones weren't invented yet) so Alan helped me to get comfortable and began to time my contractions. He was so kind and encouraging, most of all he was calm. This is what I appreciated the most because not all labors are created the same, and this one was progressing much faster than my first. I don't know how long I labored on that sofa, but Alan remained next to me, timing everything. Eventually Jay raced up to house, once he was informed, and he bundled me to the car. Bonny offered to keep our son, a typically active, terrible two-er. Typical Bonny; so very generous. When jay slid into the driver seat, Alan handed him a sheet of paper, he had written down every contraction, length of time, and span of minutes in between. Typical. Thank You Alan
cindi morgan
May 24, 2020
Praying for you and your family
Tony Mack
May 24, 2020
Alan was my good friend of 17 years. He started as my real estate broker, but we became great friends quickly, trying to outdo each other's crazy stories of prior life experiences (that shall remain in the vault), and sharing a healthy skepticism of the powers that be. Very honest person, and generous to a fault. Lots of good memories brother. You will be missed.
May 23, 2020
Alan Morgan was a good friend and excellent Realtor. He always treated our son as his own. Always welcoming. I know he will be greatly missed. Rest easy, Alan.
David and Lynn Price
May 23, 2020
In loving memory of a kind and gentle man. I love and miss you Dad.
Carrie Morgan
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