Warren T. Morgan (1951 - 2014)
On April 3, 2014 Warren Thomas Morgan, 63, son of Helen and Clyde Morgan, was taken to Heaven by a God he knew and loved. He is survived by a daughter, Michelle Morgan; sister, Carol Morgan Rollo (Michael); a nephew, John Rollo (Renae); nieces, Rachel Susnar (Stephen), Mary Miller (Scott); great nieces, Morgan and Lauren Susnar, Ava Miller; great nephew, Kellan Miller, of Pensacola; and his cousin, Evelyn Medders (La Rue) of Edmond, OK.
Warren was a Pensacola native who never met a stranger. He was known and loved by many. He was a kind, gentle spirit who is sorely missed by family and friends.
Warren worked as the night manager at Pensacola Aviation for many years, was a Circulation District Manager at PNJ, and Delivery Clerk at Sacred Heart Hospital. Warren’s employers always considered him a valuable employee who was dependable, coached a little league team for his daughter as well as participated in plays at the Pensacola Little Theatre as a youngster. He loved music and as a young man, played guitar in local bands. He also enjoyed bowling, flying and softball and was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church.
Due to health issues he retired in 1996 and enjoyed living the last eight years with his sister and brother-in-law as the best “roommate” anyone could have. Warren never let his health limitations dampen his sense of humor, love of life or his devotion to his family.
A graveside memorial service will be held on April 19, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bayview Memorial Garden in Bayview Memorial Park 3351 Scenic Hwy Pensacola, FL 32503 with Trahan Funeral Home assisting.
- Graveside Service Saturday, April 19, 2014
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April 24, 2014
From the times he 'sang' along with me as I rocked him when he was a baby to the last long conversations I had with him when he was in the hospital the last time, Warren was a loving, warm person who just wanted to be loved in return. Now he is at peace and surrounded with love. His body isn't here, but his memory will still be on earth as long as the people who loved him are here. Count me as one of them.
April 19, 2014
To Carol, Mike and family, You have our deepest sympathy. May God continue to comfort you as time goes by. It was a true blessing knowing Warren. We will definitely miss his smile and the conversations we used to have. It was always a joy talking to him.
April 17, 2014
To Warren's family and friends, please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of such a precious and dearly loved soul. My prayers for comfort go out to you all. Vanette Webb
April 15, 2014
Uncle Warren I am sad that you are not with us anymore but I am happy that you are in a better place. My grief comes in waves sometimes especially when I realize that I will never hear your laugh or see your face again in this lifetime. I am so thankful that you not only met my children but had a wonderful loving relationship with both of them. They loved you so much and it made me happy for you to experience love from my children. I remember all of the fun family times we had and I know I will see you again someday.
We all love you and miss you.
Rachel, Stephen, Morgan and Lauren
April 14, 2014
Warren will always have a special place in my heart. We met at A V Clubbs and our friendship has carried throughout the years. We reconnected during the last several years and had many conversations about our time growing up. I just know that you are enjoying the beauty and grace of heaven. Rest in peace my friend. You were one special person
Mary Rollo Miller
April 14, 2014
Warren was so special to our family. He was kind, he was funny, he was witty and he was loving. Nothing can fill the space he left behind and I look forward to hearing his laugh again one day. We love you, Warren. Rest in peace, dear uncle.
April 13, 2014
Warren, I still remember the first time I met you when I visited your home. You were one of the sweetest, funniest people I knew and you have a special place in my heart. You loved Jesus for many years and shared His love with others. Those who knew you knew what great faith you had and what a good friend you were. You will be greatly missed but you are with your best friend, Jesus, and your pain and suffering are behind you. I am happy for you - you are finally home.
April 13, 2014
I met Warren in the mid 1970's. I don't think I've ever met a more likable or friendly guy. He was always a friend and fun to be around, whether working on an old CB project or just hanging out. We have lost a kind and gentle spirit from this world. Rest Peacefully my friend. Say hello to my Mom, Cliff, Brad, Ramona and all of our friends gone far too soon. I will miss you.
April 13, 2014
Even thought we had not seen each other in years I still remember all the fun times we had and just hanging out. You were a true friend and I was so glad that you sent me a friends request on Facebook and we reconnected just for a short while. I just know that you are enjoying the beauty and grace of heaven. Rest in peace my friend.
April 13, 2014
I miss you Warren dear, but I know that you are in the arms of Jesus where you so belong. I remember the smile and the light in your eyes as you described your encounter with Jesus in your dream. I remember how your eyes danced with excitement and incredulity when you described the scene: how everything was so beautiful, that you didn't want to leave, but that Jesus said to go home, that he was not ready for you then, that He was close for remodeling! How we laughed when you said: "I guess He was not ready for me, guess I'm too much for heaven". Then your face became wistful and you became quiet and said: "I just have to tell everybody how beautiful it was. I really didn't want to leave."
Well, now you know for sure why Jesus sent you home. Carol had it right. He was preparing for you. I bet you had the biggest, fun filled welcome heaven has organized in a long time! I'm thinking parades, here!
You are home, and I miss you. You have carved a very special place in my heart, Warren, dear.
Helen & Kay McDiarmid
April 13, 2014
Our sincere condolences for your loss, Prayers to your family. Mallory Heights neighbors.
April 12, 2014
My beloved brother and friend. I thank you for all the joy, the laughter and the companionship you gave me, especially during the last 8 years that you lived with me and Michael. Although we know that you are in a better place (with the Lord Jesus) in the mansion he prepared, we miss you so much. Your departure has left a void and an empty space in our lives that hurts. You gave more than you got, Warren. And you appreciated everything anyone did for you, but what I hoped you realized is what a pleasure it was to have you with us. You were never a burden. You were always a joy. I know you are pleased that we found a picture of you and Sheba, your beloved dog that loved you and that passed away too soon. Now she again is at your side because she loved you so much. Your life was not easy and you were not always appreciated for the wonderful guy you were, but you, my dear brother, were truly a success. You are gone and there are many who weep knowing that you are no longer with us. May God give you all you deserve and comfort us who knew and loved you. -- Your Sister