Huntt Funeral Home

3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD


William Leonard Morgan

June 16, 1956March 16, 2020

William Leonard Morgan (Bill), 63, of Waldorf, Maryland, passed away on March 16, 2020.

Bill was born in Alexandria, Virginia to Phyllis Hastings Morgan Davis and William L. Morgan on June 16, 1956. Cooking was his passion. Along with this, he also enjoyed working on projects in and out of the house, astronomy, crossword puzzles, watching NASCAR and drag racing, and playing guitar. He had a gift of finding a way to do anything he set his mind to.

Bill is preceded in death by his father William L. Morgan, stepfather Russel Davis, and his mother Phyllis B. Davis.

Bill is survived by his wife Donna Morgan, his sisters and their spouses or partners: Darlene and Lloyd Hiraoka, Jean Morgan and Ronald Hanley, Susan and Harry Kerill, and his children and their spouses: William Morgan, Jack Davis and Miranda Morgan, Jenna and Derrik Clifton, Cayleigh Morgan; his stepchildren and their spouses: Crystal and Chad Skottke, Cara and Joshua Gilman, and Victoria Hinson. Bill is the grandfather of 12 (soon-to-be 13) grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations in lieu of flowers should be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.



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Anne Sobocinski

March 21, 2020

As a former coworker, I am proud to say that I worked with Bill. We all loved his sense of humor and valued his experience and expertise at finding a way to resolve any issue or problem presented to him. He was a sounding board for his coworkers when we were frustrated or upset and he always was able to use his humor to help us through. I will miss sharing our garden vegetables with him, because he really appreciated their freshness, and I knew he would make something wonderful with them! Although the time we knew him was short, the memories that he gave us will be with us always.

Ralph Fritz

March 20, 2020

Bill was an unapologetic, authentic, real deal kind of Guy. We always knew where we stood with Bill. If Bill was your Friend, then You had a Good Friend. Reliable, hard working and a sense of humor that would brighten all of our days and many times, blow our doors off. Bill's character, integrity and sharp wit made him a favorite of anyone who met him. Those of us who were Lucky enough to know Bill, will miss him, but we will smile, too, having known him. Bill was the essence of Cool.
Best Regards to The Family!

Pam Graham

March 19, 2020

Donna - I am so very sorry for your loss. Of course I knew Bill back in the early days at Covington when he worked in Duplicating. Always a great guy - well liked. Sending you a hug

Dee Perkins

March 19, 2020

Dear Donna and Family. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Bill. His life's journey has come to an end -- now he is resting in the arms of our Precious Savior where new life begin. Free from pain and despair. He is free . Praise the Lord.

Love, Peace and Blessings.
Dee Perkins💘

Deborah Charles

March 19, 2020

Dear Donna,
My condolences to you and the family during this very difficult time. For you, I pray for the Lords comfort.

Nancy & Bill (Memaw & Pop Pop) Ryan

March 17, 2020

Bill will be remembered for many things but first and foremost in our hearts and mind is the fact that he was always there for us whenever we needed help.

The memory of those we love stays in our hearts forever.

May he now Rest In Eternal Peace,

Bill & Nancy Ryan