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William Edwards "Bill" Morgan, Jr.

William Edwards "Bill" Morgan, Jr.
  • December 13, 1931 - February 19, 2021
  • Sunnyvale, Texas

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We all enjoyed Bill Morgan here at Brookdale Club Hill, a good friend to many.
It was enjoyable, seeing his friends & family visiting him so often. They seemed to really enjoy their visits, & other people would also gather around.
I enjoyed watching Bill, when we often had entertainers. He would sit ‘way over at the side of the resident audience & draw a picture of them as they performed. He had a terrific

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Posted by: Ann Moore - Garland, TX - neighbor   Jun 07, 2021

There just has never been another person quite like
Bill. He has been a hero of mine for a long time, since his time doing SWC. But i am also a fan of his art from the courthouses to paintings.
I was on a road trip with Bro. Bill Sanderson and we stopped at Hotel Eklund in Clayton NM at he bar/restaurant where there was a legend of a ghost. there is a painting by Bill there that actually contains the ghost; it was really cool to see it there.
RIP old friend, you had a hell of a great run!


Posted by: Larry Tucker - Quitman, TX - Friend   Apr 22, 2021

LeVenia, Susan, Kelly and Eddie.... I just today found out about Bill's passing while visiting with Kevin Sherrington. Bill was and will always be one of the most significant friends of my entire life. You know I worked for him for 6 SWC season and he was a funny, tough boss and a friend that I needed. Anything I've accomplished in my working career I owe much of it to Bill. He hired me from the Irving Daily News in

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Posted by: Tom Turbiville - College Station, Texas, TX - friend   Mar 11, 2021

I will miss this dear sweet man! He and the girls quickly became extended family to us when we moved to Brookdale. It brings me such sadness to think I will never be able to listen to his funny stories, see the silly cartoons he would create for you or be part of one of his great adventures. He made the day brighter!


Posted by: Jeanne Jakubowski - Garland,, TX - Family Friend   Mar 03, 2021

Mr. Morgan was always a funny and friendly man. He always made you feel welcome in his home. I especially enjoyed his way of making you feel like somebody. Thank you Bill and for a legacy of friendliness.


Posted by: Cathy Crannell Pitt - Carrollton, TX - friend   Mar 01, 2021