August 28, 1938 - January 19, 2013
Clarence Morgan, 74 of Brenton, departed this life on Saturday, January 19, 2013, at his residence.
Born August 28, 1938, at Simon, he was the son of the late Walter Harmon and Zelia Bailey Morgan.
On addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Fredona Cline Morgan; four brothers: Teddy Ray, Ott, A. R., and Frank “Doe” Morgan and three sisters: Leona Carter, Ethel “Pete” Kenneda and Elvira “Babe” Toler.
Clarence was a loving father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He was a disabled coal miner and of the Pentecostal faith. He enjoyed fishing, coon hunting and spending time with his wonderful family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Those remaining to love and cherish the memory of Clarence and to mourn his passing include his four sons: Trampes (Sandy) Morgan, with whom he made his home, of Baileysville, Clayton (Katrina) Morgan of Oceana, Clarence Steven Morgan and Darron Morgan both of Long Branch of Simon; his daughter Delta Morgan of Long Branch; his ten grandchildren: Larissa Bennett, Tyleah, Tenisha, Keshia, Samantha, Cheyanna, Braden, Whitney and Jordan Morgan and Gage Dutton; his three great-grandchildren; his brother, Jackie (Bonnie) Morgan of Long Branch of Simon; his two sisters: Polly (Grant) Jones of Oceana and Adelene (Nolan) Adams of Clear Fork; and a host of other dear family and friends.
Friends may gather with the family at the Upper Room Jesus Name Church at Simon on Tuesday, January 22nd and Wednesday, January 23rd after 6 pm.
Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm on Thursday at the Upper Room Jesus Name Church with Rev. Gary Toler, Rev. Johnny Jones and Rev. Andrew Thompson officiating.
Burial will follow in the Kennedy Cemetery at Foundation Fork of Simon.
Clarence will be carried to his final resting place by his family and friends.
Honorary pallbearers are: Rocky Walls, Cecil Cline, Mike Barnett, Kenny Cline, Otis Brooks, Joe Morgan, Dexter Kennedy and Brownie Osborne,
He is gone from our sight but never from our hearts.