Ronald Thomas Morgan
1946 - 1946
BORN
1946
DIED
1946
FUNERAL HOME
Metcalf Funeral Directors
1801 East White Oak Terrace
Conroe, TX
Ronald James Morgan, age 75 of Conroe Texas via Delevan, Franklinville, and Cuba New York passed away on September 19th in the year 2021. A memorial service will be held on Friday September 24th at 05:00 pm in Conroe Texas at the Metcalf Funeral Directors, located at 1801 E White Oak Terrace Conroe, Texas 77304.



Ronald "Ronnie" Morgan was a generous, caring, and compassionate man who always gave and never asked for anything in return. He cared deeply about family, friends, football, and food. The common thread throughout his life was sharing unbelievable experiences. As a proud Marine (1964-1968), he survived three helicopter crashes while serving multiple tours in Vietnam. His love of Rock & Roll allowed him to meet many celebrities over his life and enjoyed sharing his stories, gifts, and backstage passes with his family and friends so they could see experience those amazing bands! Ronnie cheered for his Buffalo Bills and booed if you messed up his chicken wing recipe!



More than anything, he cherished being an uncle and everything that brings. He is survived by his sister Betty Lavery and brother Daryl Morgan, his two nieces Robin Wetzler Colvin and Vicky Lavery, and his four nephews Zach Morgan, Jonah Morgan, Scott Wetzler, and Chris Lavery.



Keep his spirit alive in each of you by taking a moment to share a joyful story about Ronnie with someone close to you.



In lieu of flowers, we would like everyone to donate to the Veterans of Foreign Wars in memory of Ronald Morgan; https://heroes.vfw.org.
Published by The Bay Area Citizen from Sep. 23 to Sep. 24, 2021.
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Sep
24
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Metcalf Funeral Directors
1801 East White Oak Terrace, Conroe, TX
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