OBITUARY

Marilyn Gill Williams MORGAN

May 15, 1944May 8, 2019

MORGAN, Marilyn Gill Williams, 74, of Midlothian, beloved daughter, wife, mother, mother-in-law and grandmother, passed away May 8, 2019, peacefully, at home surrounded by her family following a three-year battle with cancer. She was born on May 15, 1944, in Richmond. She was educated in Chesterfield County Public Schools, attended Stratford College in Danville, and then RPI (now VCU) where she earned a degree in Fine Arts. She was President of the Bon Air Historical Society, where she was instrumental in transposing the nondescript Bon Air Water Tower into the centerpiece that it is today. She was a board member of The New Community School and a member of The Tuckahoe Woman’s Club. She also volunteered her time at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Survivors include her husband of 51 years, John Campbell Morgan Jr. of Midlothian; their children, John Campbell Morgan III of New York City; Anne Wesley Blanco and husband, Otto J. Blanco; and grandson, Aaron Blanco of Fort Lauderdale. She loved spending time in Florida with her family and extended family, as well as attending her neighborhood gatherings in Midlothian. Marilyn always had an unwavering sunny disposition on life. Her winning smile always made friends easily. A graveside service will be private.

Services

  • Graveside Service Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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Victoria Remocaldo

May 12, 2019

I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss. I wish we could’ve met and I’m so sorry that it couldn’t happen. I loved the pic of little you in your overalls. Sending love to you and your family. I know that it won’t happen but if y’all change your mind I’m here for y’all. Whatever y’all need all y’all have to do is ask.


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FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

MORGAN, Marilyn Gill Williams, 74, of Midlothian, beloved daughter, wife, mother, mother-in-law and grandmother, passed away May 8, 2019, peacefully, at home surrounded by her family following a three-year battle with cancer. She was born on May 15, 1944, in Richmond. She was educated in Chesterfield County Public Schools, attended Stratford College in Danville, and then RPI (now VCU) where she earned a degree in Fine Arts. She was President of the Bon Air Historical Society, where she was instrumental in transposing the nondescript Bon Air Water Tower into the centerpiece that it is today. She was a board member of The New Community School and a member of The Tuckahoe Woman’s Club. She also volunteered her time at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Survivors include her husband of 51 years, John Campbell Morgan Jr. of Midlothian; their children, John Campbell Morgan III of New York City; Anne Wesley Blanco and husband, Otto J. Blanco; and grandson, Aaron Blanco of Fort Lauderdale. She loved spending time in Florida with her family and extended family, as well as attending her neighborhood gatherings in Midlothian. Marilyn always had an unwavering sunny disposition on life. Her winning smile always made friends easily. A graveside service will be private.