Mickey C. Morgan
January 31, 1929 – April 8, 2019
Former President and Co-Founder of KenMor Electric Company, Mickey Charles Morgan was born on January 31, 1929 and passed away on April 8, 2019 at his home in Houston, Texas.
Mickey's family and faith were the most important parts of his life. He was a devout Christian, a witness for Christ everywhere he went and to everyone he met. He had a life-long love of fishing and golf and enjoyed many hours of fellowship with dear friends.
Mickey was preceded in death by wife June Morgan, sister Marilyn Morgan, son Brant Morgan and daughter Dana Cuyler.
Mickey is survived by his loving wife Pattye; brother Donald Morgan and sister Iona Marie Durham; daughters Charlene Dunham and Annette Grace; grandchildren Micki Allen and husband Marc; Kristie Murillo and husband Mario; Jamie Mathis and husband Bryan; Robyn Skinner and husband Joseph; Nikki Friday and husband Billy; 18 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Viewing at Forest Park East Funeral Home, 21620 Gulf Freeway, Webster, Texas on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The funeral on Thursday, April 11 at 2:00 PM, will be held at Christian Temple located at 9701 Almeda Genoa Rd, Houston, Texas. A Committal Service will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery.
- Visitation Wednesday, April 10, 2019
- Funeral Service Thursday, April 11, 2019
- Committal Service Thursday, April 11, 2019
Mickey C. Morgan
April 16, 2019
My father, Mickey Morgan, taught me so many things. I watched him all my life. Among the many things that I learned from him I learned to worship the Lord, to be thankful for the many miracles that He gave me, to tithe with thanksgiving, and to respect all mankind. Growing up, the times I was privileged to spend time with my Dad, just the two of us, is still sweet in my memory. I miss my Dad. I know he's in a better place with family, friends, and his Lord and Savior. I live with the knowledge that I will someday see him in Heaven. I love you Dad. Netter
April 11, 2019
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Morgan (Mickey). I am blessed to have known and worked for him at KenMor Electric. He and Mr. Kennard were great leaders of that company. I have many great memories learning the Electrical Construction business. I often reflect back in what I was taught, and his way was always based on the foundation of Faith in our lord. Mickey had a great picture near his desk, one of those Saturday evening Post Norman Rockwell type of picture, of a businessman in an office, conferring with Jesus for guidance. Employees in our office were always welcome at the Wednesday morning prayer meeting. I remember fondly of something he once said at one of those meetings. "I live my life, ready to go home at any time, making the most of each day of which we are blessed". On another occasion as we were traveling in West Texas, on a long desolate stretch of Highway, towards a jobsite in Snyder, Texas, Mickey told me "You can easily drive faster than the posted speed limit out here, no worries of a ticket, no police for many miles" seems like just moments later we were greeted by an oncoming Texas Trooper, to which Mickey stated "well you found the only one for miles and miles, speed up he is going the other way!" Mr. Morgan is home now, and I am a better person, blessed to have known and learned from him. Thankyou Mr. Morgan.
April 10, 2019
I’ve known Mickey Morgan most of my life when my family became members of Oaklawn Assembly of God Church where his family attended. My dad and he became close friends when they served as Deacons together for many, many years. Our families histories have been interwoven as we all served and attended church together. A personal memory I have is when I served as the Office Manager for Christian Temple A/G and Bro. Morgan took on the role as Manager of the Church’s internal operations. Our relationship changed as we learned to work together in a business capacity for the church. I learned to respect his wisdom and intellect, and I believe I earned his respect because of the experience I brought to my position. We learned to become colleagues. Working with him on a daily basis was a joy and a great memory I’ll cherish forever.
April 9, 2019
Please except our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The Staff At Forest Park East Funeral Home.
April 9, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of Bro. Morgan's passing. I worked with him many years ago at Christian Temple. He was always such a kind, gentle and fair man of God. It was an honor to have worked with him. May the peace of the our Lord comfort you during this time.
(formerly Carla Ayala)