In Memory

Harold Morgan VIEW PROFILE

Harold Morgan


 Harold Thomas Morgan Sr.


FT. WORTH -- HAROLD THOMAS MORGAN, SR., 56, entered rest April 25, 2010 Celebration of Life: 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 1, 2010 at East Saint Paul Baptist Church, 5300 Oak Grove Road-West in Fort Worth. Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: 1-8:00 p.m. Friday at historic Baker Funeral Home. Harold T. Morgan, Sr. was born April 4, 1954 in Salt Lake City, UT to Beverly Jean and Athel C. Morgan, Sr. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Clark Atlanta University. Harold had been employed by Apple and Hewlett Packard Computer companies, and currently was a Sr. Quality Engineer at Raytheon Defense Systems. Survivors: his loving wife of 32 years, Barbara Davie Morgan; son, Harold Thomas Morgan, Jr.; special friends, Talora Holmes and Hailey Holmes; mother, Beverly Jean Morgan; sister, Mignon Mapp (Calvin); uncle, Melvin Smith; other family members and many friends. Baker Funeral Home, 301 E. Rosedale, Fort Worth TX 76104, 817-332-4468
Published in Houston Chronicle on April 29, 2010

go to bottom 
  Post Comment

03/24/12 11:41 PM #1    

Heidi Hilton (Post)

Harold was a true gentleman! I loved his smile and there was never a better, true blue friend,   Lots of fun memories of Harold and the school plays. We miss you.   

04/21/12 08:28 AM #2    

Margie Stoffers (Peterson)

I loved dancing with you at the Stomps.  What a kind, soft spoken person you were.  Thanks for the memories.

04/02/14 10:59 AM #3    

Jana Sorenson (McQuay)

Harold was such a kind-hearted friend. I will always remember him in Geometry. I was so sorry to hear of his passing.

04/03/14 11:12 PM #4    

Shauna Jackson (Tanner)

I remember sophomore year in Mrs. Southam's class. She was calling roll on the first day. When she got to Harold she said "Sidney Poitier is my favorite actor!" I guess she was trying to show that she wasn't a bigot. But poor Harold looked so embarrassed. But he just smiled. I think of that every time I hear someone say "Some of my best friends are ( black, gay etc.)". I'm so sad that he died. such a nice guy.



04/04/14 12:41 AM #5    

Rudy Benoit

I remember Harold, loved to joke with me and fun as can be. Just a regular fun guy.

04/04/14 11:33 AM #6    

Robert (Bob) Noble

Another of our classmates gone too soon, loved the guy.

go to top 
  Post Comment


Click here to see Harold's last Profile entry.