Brian T Morgan
August 16, 1957 – December 3, 2018
Brian T. Morgan, 61, of Richland, passed away on Monday, December 3, 2018 in his residence. Born in Lebanon on August 16, 1957, he was a son of the late Ray S. and Verna M. Douple Morgan. Brian was a 1976 graduate of ELCO High School. He was a sports enthusiasts, umpired softball, coached men’s softball as well as boys and girls soccer. He was also an avid Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland A’s fan. Brian is survived by Wanda S. Berger Morgan of Mt. Aetna; sisters, Carol Sanchez and husband Pete of VA; Cindy Ruth and husband Douglas of Womelsdorf; brothers, Dennis Morgan and wife Maybelle of Richland; Jeffrey Morgan; many nieces and nephews; half-sister, Jennifer Leonard of Mechanicsburg; half-brother, Greg Morgan and wife Kelly of Landenerg. He was preceded in death by a brother, Joel Morgan. A Celebration of Brian’s Life will be held on Saturday, January 5, 2019 from 1 pm to 6 pm at Neptune Fire Co., 20 E. Main Street, Richland, PA. Memorial contributions may be made to ELCO Soccer, c/o Michele Grumbine, 841 Stracks Dam Road, Myerstown, PA 17067 or American Heart Association, Lebanon Division, 610 Community Way, Lancaster, PA 17603 or Clauser Funeral Home, Inc. is handling his arrangements. www.clauserfh.com
American Heart Association
Lebanon Division 610 Community Way , Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
c/o Michele Grumbine 841 Stracks Dam Road , Myerstown, Pennsylvania 17067
- Celebration of Life Saturday, January 5, 2019
Brian T Morgan
December 29, 2018
My dear friend...will miss you terribly..ten years of coaching at ELCO and ELCO United. Many more hanging out...will always remember your kind heart, your smile and your laugh. May the sun shine on your face, the gentle breeze at your back. Rest easy my friend.
December 15, 2018
I was so sad to hear of Brian's passing. I saw him recently and we had a good chat. Wish I would have know that was the last time I would see him. He was always a character and a lot of fun. My condolences to the family. Carol, so sorry for your loss.
December 12, 2018
I will miss him. Haven't seen him in years; life does that to most of us. He was seven years older than me and from a different town, but for some reason he always treated me like a younger brother and always had a kind or encouraging word whenever we'd meet. We played many a Schafferstown soccer game together in our 20's and had many great conversations and lot's of laughs. But, My fondest memory is when I was asst. coach in 1986 and we beat Holy Ghost for the state title. I'm celebrating at mid-field; hear my name shouted. I turn to see this Mack truck sprinting at me with those short choppy steps and he hits me like a linebacker and he's got me pinned to the ground. He gives me a bear hug, and says I love you man! 30+ years ago, don't remember much about the game, but I'll have that memory forever. RIP brother Morgan, thanks for being a friend in this life and see you on the other side...
Donna Stoudt Dowling
December 11, 2018
I was so sorry to hear this sad news about Brian. My memories of Brian go way back to ELCO days and although there are so many wonderful memories of him, what I remember most are his great heart and smile! He was always smiling and always had a kind happy word! To Brian's family, please know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers and Brian's memory will live on forever in all of our hearts!
December 10, 2018
Sending sympathy and prayers to Brian’s family. Brian will always hold a special place in my heart. No matter what, he always made me laugh and smile. So many memories from high school and throughout the years, he will be greatly missed.
December 8, 2018
Lots of laughs and memories Pumpy!
December 6, 2018
To Dennis. Cindy. Carol and Jeffery and families may you all find peace within your hearts Brian was a great brother to all of you you all have great memorys of him God Bless you all
December 6, 2018
Rest In Peace my friend. I sure will miss you❤️
December 6, 2018
I work at speedway where brian would come every single day no matter how much pain he was in ❤ would always tell me he was gonna marry me lol. He always knew how to make us all laugh. He was hurting and he never stopped going. I will miss him so much. We will miss him dearly he had a good heart Espically for his little nieces.
December 5, 2018
I first met Brian almost 40 years ago now. He and my husband Brock Adams were coaching soccer @ ELCO. Brian was always a happy person. I will miss seeing his smiling face, while sitting on the porch at the end of our street. No more suffering Brian. Rest in Peace my friend!