Mary "Genny" Virginia Morgan

November 22, 1935December 3, 2018

Mary Virginia "Genny" Morgan, 83 of Bradenton FL, went to meet the Lord. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and good friend to all. She will be missed dearly by her family and friends.

Genny was born in Portsmouth, VA to Mary Alice and John A. Greenwood. She married Glenn W. Morgan Jr. on November 22, 1953 in Hertford, NC. She worked at Eaton Corperation in Bradenton, FL for 19 years.

Genny's much loved family members include Glenn W. Morgan Jr., daughters Victoria (Brent) Burdick and Glenda Overton, sisters Faye (Gerald) Boggs and Michelle (Ron) Head, four grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Memorials can be sent to Tidewell Hospice.


Mary "Genny" Virginia Morgan

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June Amerson

December 6, 2018

My Grandma, there since I can remember. Spoiled me rotten when I was little & she was proud of it. When I was a very small child my sister April & I would have sleepovers at her & Granddaddy’s home. “Grandma Organ” April would call her. Getting the organ they had in their living room confused w/their last name “Morgan”.
We’d make a pallet w/sleeping bags on the floor in their living room or sometimes in their bedroom room against the wall between walk-in closet, (which I found wondrous) & the bathroom; and I’d ask her to lay down w/us & stay until we fell asleep, which she’d always do.
She always had an array of cereal to choose from in the morning in the biggest pantry I’d ever seen. Or take us to one of their favorite restaurants, The Pit, where they were regulars & most of the staff knew all about us, eager to see how we were. We were aloud to sip creamer straight out of the tiny containers. We thought this was quite a treat.
Whenever she’d come to visit us at our childhood home she’d have gum, candy or cough drops in her purse, give us dollar bills & take us and whatever neighborhood friend we happen to be playing w/to get Slurpees.
When we’d visit her at her home we’d eat the most delicious southern comfort food she’d make from scratch! Lasagna w/Texas toast garlic bread, pot roast w/cream potatoes, BBQ pork chops she’d made in pressure cooker w/cinnamon apples...
We’d play hide & seek, take turns sliding across the perfectly waxed & polished kitchen floor or play in the pots & pans or the famous, beloved Tupperware cabinet.
I have these & many many other fond memories to hold dear until the day Jehovah restores the earth to a paradise & awakens those who have fallen asleep in death. Just a little while longer...
1 Cor 15:26
the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.
John 5:28 Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in memorial tombs will hear his voice & come out
Acts 24:15
Psalms 37:29