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Deborah Ann Morgan

December 10, 1962May 8, 2020
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On Friday May 8th, 2020, Deborah (Debbie) Ann Morgan passed away at the age of 57. She was born on December 10th, 1962 to her parents Anthony John & Sharon Ann Kolodziejczak. Debbie will be dearly missed by her beloved husband of 34 years Michael P. Morgan- and their four children Johnathan M. Morgan (Jennifer), Meghan S. Turner (Kyle), Kyle A. Morgan (Emma), & Trever S. Morgan (Amanda). Her father, Anthony J. Kolodziejczak and two younger sisters, Kim Amidon & Dawn Kolodziejczak.

Debbie who was loved by everyone was called upon early in life to be with God. She battled Asthma for many years, beat breast cancer, only to lose her battle with the Covid Virus. She was a full time receptionist and greeter at Harry J. Will Funeral Home for over 15 years, it was seen by many to be her passion. Debbie was blessed with the natural ability to help people, to comfort them whenever needed, and welcome them with loving open arms. She had such a kind soul, soft voice & the most beautiful unforgettable smile. Her life revolved around her family, always lending advice, support, or when needed just that loving motherly hug.

She loved to crochet while watching her favorite television shows and movies making blankets for her family and friends. Debbie truly enjoyed her role as grandma, the unconditional love and nurturing came so naturally to her. She absolutely adored all of her eight grandchildren and was anticipating the arrival of her ninth soon. Hunter, Londyn, Bridgette, Sophia, Briella, Kennedy, Holland, Rowan, & soon to be baby Rhyatt.

Debbie and her husband went on their first date at the age of 16, to enjoy her first concert ever, Bob Seger! And boy did she have the time of her life, she was a complete Seger fan ever since! After graduating High School they got engaged and married a few years later, to start a remarkable journey together. To marry your High School sweetheart & make it, can only mean the two of them truly loved each other.

This loving wife, mother, and grandmother is truly loved and will be greatly missed. But she will live on through her family and all the stories of their journey that was cut short. We love you with all our hearts and know you will still look down on us with your loving eyes.

Until we all meet again,

Love you!

Legacy of Love

A wife, a mother, a grandma too, This is the legacy we have from you. You taught us love and how to fight, you gave us strength, you gave us might. A stronger person would be hard to find, and in your heart, you were always kind. You fought for us all in one way or another, Not just as a wife not just as a mother. For all of us you gave your best, Now the time has come for you to rest. So go in peace, you've earned your sleep, Your love in our hearts, we'll eternally keep.

Debbie's family will receive friends for a memorial gathering beginning at 10am followed by a 12:00pm memorial service on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Harry J. Will Funeral Home 37000 Six Mile, Livonia, MI 48152 The service will be led by her dear friend Reverend Mark Raitz.

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5 December

Memorial Gathering

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W. Six Mile Road
Livonia, Michigan 48152

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5 December

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12:00 pm

Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W. Six Mile Road
Livonia, Michigan 48152

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Kim Amidon

November 9, 2020

Debbie,
It has been 6 months and a day since you left us. We got you book today of all the good things and memories people had to say about you that is a memory that we as your sisters have that nobody can take from us we have many many good memories like our teip ladt summer with all of us and dad that was the best better than when we where younger we really enjoyed each other and eñjoyed us so many good times shared between us the best is that you dawn and me where sister with mom and dad as our parents could get much better. Till i see you again love you always your sister kim.
Love, Your sister
Kim

Meghan Morgan

July 27, 2020

29 years, God gave me 29 years to spend with you. Might sound like a lot to some, but to me our time had just begun. In those 29 years, you taught me strength, love, & compassion. You taught me patience, how to be nurturing and loving, & to see the best in people even when all they show is their worst. How to be the best mom I can be to my children. You taught me so many things, but you forgot to teach me one thing. You forgot to teach me how to live without you here, how to get through different life struggles without your motherly hug or advice. You were the world's best, most loving and giving, grandma my kids will ever have had; I'm truly thankful they spent so much time with you because now they are able to tell stories to their baby brother, friends, cousins, and family. Although I know you're looking down and watching over us, life isn't the same without you here. I miss seeing you cuddling with the kids, or them taking your phone and hiding with it so you won't go to bed, I miss our talks & shopping trips. I miss you, I miss everything about you, but most of all I miss knowing that you were there whenever I needed to talk, a shoulder to cry on, an ear to listen, or just someone to sit in silence with while I cried/vented/or just didn't want to be alone. I'd give anything to hear your voice, for one of your motherly hugs, or just to see your face again. I miss you mom 💔 more than anything in this world & so badly wish you were here with us

Kim Amidon

July 25, 2020

Debbie,
I just wanted to say i never thought i would have to think i would miss your texts,miss your post on fb and just miss you. I read our old text messages and wish i could tell you i miss you and love you. Till we are all together again.
Love your sister,
Kim

Kim Amidon

May 26, 2020

Debbie, i never thought i would miss you like this. When i go to dads now it is like a piece of the puzzle is missing and that is you. I read our texts and just want to text you one more time I LOVE YOU. You are a much stronger person than me i couldn't fight like you and keep a smile and not complain about it. I love you be with mom and my boys now till we are together again. I love you.
Your sister,
Kim❤😪

Kathleen Wirsu

May 23, 2020

My heart is broken to hear Debbie has passed. She was such a great mother to her four children. Such a giving loving friend. Our kids went to Our Lady of Loretto together. She stayed strong through her diagnosis for her kids. Was a great cake baker. Loved her and will forever miss her. Such a good friend.

Johnathan Morgan

May 21, 2020

Mom,

It is impossible for me to truly put into words how I feel losing you. You have been my unconditional source of support, love, and a Mother’s hug since you brought me into this world. You have been there for me in every way a mom can be.

You were always the most compassionate and thoughtful. We will never forget how every anniversary and every holiday you would text Jenni and me wishing us the best, sometimes before we would even realize it was that day. It always made us smile.

I will never forget your hug. It didn’t matter what the reason, your hug was always there for me. I remember every time I would leave you would hold me and get teary and I would say “I’ll see you soon”. I would give anything to go back and hug you for just one more second. To save that hug for all the times in the future that I will need that hug. When I need to know that everything will be OK, or when I just want to have you near me.

I will always look back at my memories and know I had the best mom a guy could ask for. I love you as much as a son can. Until we hug again.

You will be in my heart, in everything I do for the rest of my life. Whether simply driving down the street or in the big moments that lay ahead, I will carry you with me.

I love you mom

Michelle Wolfram

May 21, 2020

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Debi Robinson

May 20, 2020

Mike and family, I am so sorry for your loss. We here at the funeral home will miss her everyday. I truly miss her. I miss our breakfasts together and the fun we used to have shopping and all the lunches. Thank you for being my friend.

Kyle Turner

May 17, 2020

Your are the mother I received the day I wed your daughter. I just want to say thank you. Thank you for everything you have done, you have given me the most beautiful woman to be able to call my wife. Mom our time together was not long enough. We were still getting to know each other. Gosh dang You should be here !! You had heart of gold. Your smile was contagious. And the way you cared for your grandkids was amazing. I just hope one day, later In life, I can be half the grandparent you were mom.

I love you and miss you !!

Betty Grim

May 16, 2020

Debbie you will always be remembered and missed . We Love you and you will forever be in our hearts♥️ Aunt Betty & Uncle Dennis

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Debbie we love you sisters have a bond this can't even break. You may be gone forever in our heart. Love you more than words. Love,Kim&Dawn

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Debbie dad loves you with all his heart. His heart is broken. Till he sees you again. He will miss every day.

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Debbie we had a good night at Chelsea's wedding you look beautiful. Love you and miss you. Love Kim,Dallas,
Chelsea,Jimmy and Parker.❤😓

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