King David Memorial Chapel & King David Cemetery

2697 E Eldorado Ln, Las Vegas, NV


Morgan Cashman

November 12, 1935August 11, 2019

Morgan Cashman, 83, of Las Vegas, NV, co-founder and owner of Cashman Photo Enterprises of Nevada, and long-time friend of the community, passed away peacefully at his home on Sunday, August 11, 2019. Morgan was born on November 12, 1935 in Worcester, MA to Sydney (nee Goldberg) and Charles Cashman and has been a resident of Southern Nevada since 1967. Morgan, wife Karen Cashman, and his twin brother Harris, have been an integral part of the history of Las Vegas for 53 years. His kind, warm, and intelligent approach to business and business relationships was his signature and was greatly loved and respected by all that knew him. Morgan is survived by Karen (nee Kopec), his beloved wife of 31 years, and many loving family members, employees, and friends. His Celebration of Life will be held at 3:00 PM on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at Palm Eastern Mortuary, 7600 S. Eastern Ave. Family requests that memorial donations sent to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). King David Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.


  • Charles Cashman, Father (deceased)
  • Sydney Cashman (Goldberg), Mother (deceased)
  • Harris Cashman, Brother (deceased)
  • Karen Cashman, Wife


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, August 20, 2019


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Gail Abrams

August 20, 2019

Dearest Karen:
I am so sad to hear this news, Karen. Please accept my deepest condolences. May the memories of your happy times together lend you strength to go on. God bless you and your family. With love,
Gail Abrams

Kimberly Huff

August 20, 2019

I know so many in this city are mourning such a huge loss. I cannot imagine what Karen, Kim, Robert and the entire Cashman family is going through. Morgan was a mentor and fatherly figure to so many. His company is a family and like a family that loses the father, the mourning will be long.
My heart is with you all, especially Karen who lost her soulmate and life partner. God bless you guys and God bless Morgan, who was an Angel on Earth.

David Chow

August 18, 2019

I mourn the passing of Morgan Cashman and rejoice in the legacy he leaves. Mr. Cashman accomplished more in his life than most of us have done or will be able to do. Of all he has done, the most significant I know, is his respect and kindness for others, regardless of their station in life and his respect for other's viewpoints. Of the vast legacy he leaves us, this is the one I will honor and remember him by, and the one I will try to emulate in my life. Thank you Mr. Cashman, Thank you very much.

Mary Fleming

August 17, 2019

Beth and John Fleming

Mr. Cashman “this” and Mr. C “that” has been a daily topic in our home for over 21 years since Morgan hired our daughter, Brandi. He and Karen have given her challenges and opportunities resulting in much confidence and success. We are Blessed to have known Mr. Cashman and to have experienced his positive influences and first hand knowledge he shared. His pride and love of Cashman Photo has been instilled in his employees. We will be forever grateful!
“Go Rest High on that Mountain”
“Your Work on Earth is Done”

Kamala Jones

August 16, 2019

The most eligible debonair, handsome "Playboy" in Las Vegas ! Morgan Cashman was always dressed in the finest suits, diamond cuff links, gold and diamond money clip filled with tons of thousands of dollars. His thick jet black hair, radiant smile; the Women always ran after him. Morgan and Harris were the most sought after by the Women not only for their handsome good looks , but the wealth they projected at the blackjack tables at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nev. A beautiful S.A.G. Actress named Stacy King , my Mother, introduced me . The Cashmans always featured her photos as she was so photogenic. Stacy King was so glamourous star of The "Beverlyhillibillies," "Italian Swiss Colony Wine, etc.and the closest to Jack Entratter, Sinatra, Jasper, a dynamic asset to the "Vegas -scene". Morgan and Harris always treated me with the utmost respect. Even Morgan expressed for my Daughter Joyce Jones to come in and work for Cashman. I was blessed as a young woman in 1975 over 45 years ago to know Morgan Cashman. Stacy King had the Sinatra suite for 2 years at Caesars while filming the "Female Jamesbond". I cried the minute my Daughter, Joyce Jones saw on Facebook that Morgan passed away. A handsome Prince of Las Vegas that we all loved and forever will be missed.

Joseph Fusco

August 16, 2019


So very sorry that Morgan has passed. Such a unique man and precious friend. Loved his charm and style and very fun sense of humor. And admired his success as a smart and focused businessman. But, what made him so special to me was the honesty and integrity he had in business and in his life and his kindness and generosity to others. Morgan Cashman was an impressive man. He will long stay alive in the hearts of many.

My warmest condolences to you, Karen, who so enriched his life.

Morgan, may you now rest in peace.

Joe Fusco
Margate, New Jersey

John Mautner

August 16, 2019

I only knew Morgan for less than a year but, he made an indelible mark on me that I will cherish forever, his ability to connect with everyone he met and make them smile, his positive energy and charm is wonderful. He was so in love with Karen and he would say how blessed he was to have her in his life.

Safe travels my friend.

Gary Bordman

August 16, 2019

To Karen, Robert and the entire Cashman family. It saddens me to hear or Morgans passing. Morgan was as unique as they come. I loved talking with him when we got together. I loved brainstorming with your team on different projects and new ideas he had. He created a machine that will keep going with the family you have in place. If their is anything I can do please let me know.

Morgan you will be missed but never forgotten. The man upstairs must have needed a new head shot and called in one of the best.

Barry and Diane Smith

August 15, 2019

Just found out today about Morgan’s passing Sun. am, and we are so sorry for your loss.....the world lost a very wonderful person. What a legend of a man; a true original, genuine, brilliant, loving man....and one heck of an outstanding gin player.
Barry and I have been reminiscing about so many fun and unique times spent with you two.
Sorry we can’t attend the celebration of life event, but know we are thinking of you here in Dallas. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your Families. With Much Love, Diane Smith XO

Tina Redmond

August 15, 2019

I would like to express my sincere sympathy to you and your family.
May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.
Tina M. Redmond