Jon P. Morgan

August 7, 1949December 22, 2015

Jon P. Morgan was born on August 7, 1949 in Concord, NH and passed away on December 22, 2015 in Lebanon, NH and is under the care of DiLuzio Foley And Fletcher Funeral Homes.

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June 1, 2016

Jon - I will miss you forever. You were a huge part of my family and we loved you dearly. I just heard of your passing a few minutes ago and am still in shock. You kept the family laughing and Dad shaking his head! Nancy's wedding was extra fun with you as part of it all....I will always remember our insane motorcycle ride to pick wild flowers off the highway for her boquet! I know you will always be in our hearts and memories. You will always be special in my memories, my brother....much love to your soul. Hadley


January 27, 2016

I just learned of John's passing my heart is
with his family...I will miss him he has a great and loving presence

Heather Lacroix-Greeley

January 8, 2016

Great sadness as I read this today, Jon I will miss running into you and remember you always. special person!
thoughts and prayer with all the family

Mary lunderville

January 7, 2016

I just learned of Jon's passing. So terribly sorry... He was a great man. Loyal friend and I will miss him!

Rebecca Dixon

January 7, 2016

It is with much grief I learn today the loss of a very dear man and friend!! His laughter will forever echo in my heart!! Fond memories of sharing and reflecting on cases we worked on!! Carrie my prayers of comfort during this difficult time!!

January 7, 2016

Jon was a fine and honorable man. Thank you Jon for all you have done.

"There is no death.Only a change of worlds."

Steven & Lynne Bishopric
Marstons Mills, Ma

Jane Stucker

January 6, 2016

Jon, you were a true friend and I shall treasure the 30+ years of our friendship. Rest easy, Hawn
Love you.. Hane

To the family: deepest and most sincere condolences. He was a great and caring man with an incredible sense of humor. He will be missed more than words can express. To be able to call him your husband, your dad, your brother, or your uncle was a blessing. Peace and love to you all

Tori Schriver

January 6, 2016

I am so sorry to hear of "Big John"'s passing. I worked at the Cheshire County Superior Court and got to know him over the ten years that I worked there. He was always trying to sell me maple syrup and of course, I was always buying it. I always knew when he was near as I would hear him humming or singing in the hallways of the courthouse. He was as many would say a "teddy bear" and had an enormous kind and gentle heart. My thoughts are with you all during this time of sadness. ❤

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