CHARLOTTE R. MORGAN
(Mrs. John) Morgan, age 84 of Morristown died on Monday, March 24, 2008 at
the Pleasant Manor Nursing Home, Faribault.
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. The video is lovely; Aunt Char would have loved it! I'll always remember the Christmas dinners we had at your house. She will be missed by many. Love to all, Dave, Dawn and Family
I am so sorry about your lost, I know that you are going through a very hard time but we all just have to keep in are minds that you will see her again and that she has gone to a better place and that she is always by your side even if you are unable to see her.
Dear Family - As hard as it is to lose someone you love, we know we'll be with them again! Won't that be wonderful reunion? "I have only slipped away into the next room. Whatever we were to each other that we still are. Call me by my old familiar name. Speak to me in the easy way which you always used to. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together. Life means all that it ever meant, the same as it ever was. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am waiting for you somewhere very near, just around the corner. All is well!" (Written by: Henry Scott Holland (1847-1918) Canon of St Paulís Cathedral) Much love, Sandy (Glaeser) and Eric Chapman
Dear Family, I have always thought it strange that we can be happy and sad at the same time. Life is full of conflicting emotions. I'm sitting here crying as I think of all of our happy times together. I'm crying, even knowing that our wonderful Char has arrived at her Heavenly Home in perfection. The very best? My Aunt Lois and Uncle Harold and her Auntie Sybil were waiting for her with arms outstretched. How great is that? I will miss her. Our reunions cannot ever be the same without her. I pray that you are filled with the most cherished memories of Char and take great comfort in that she was truly a wonderful person. May The Lord Bless each and everyone of you. Thank you for your e-mails, Pammie. We'll see you all in August, for sure. Our love to you all. Bev and Len
To the Family Of Charlotte Morgan She was A Very Sweet Lady I used to Deliver her Faribault Daily News Paper and often went to Visit Her. Everytime I would see her at the Store or other places I would say hi to her She will be Sadly Missed. We had Good times together. Thank you carol.
Hello MaryLou and family, I just wanted you to remember when we were at Brown's together,forever,and we use to tell people that when they asked if we were sisters,we'd say yes ,our mom liked the name Mary.That was fun. All the pictures of your family on the video were so nice. You all enjoyed your time with your mom and family.Your mom will be truely missed.
KAY LYNN AND FAMILY SORRY TO HAER ABOUT YOUR LOSS IKNOW YOUR FAMILY WELL IT HAS BEEN ABOUT 30 YAERS SINCE I SAW YOU GUYS I KNOW KAY LYNN AS WELL AS MARY LOU DAVIDSON YOU KNOW MY KIDS MIKE AND MISTY AND EX WIFE ROBERTA ANYWAY I JUST SAW KAY LYNN ABOUT A WEEK AGO IN OWATONNA YOU HAVE MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY AS IKNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH AS I JUST LOST MY SON IN A HOUSE FIRE IN NOVEMBER IT IS VERY HARD TO DEAL WITH SO JUST BE STRONG AS POSSIBLE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP IN TOUCH U CAN EMAIL ME WOULD BE GLAD TO HEAR FROM U IF HAD A ADDRESS WOULD MAIL U A CARD WITH A FEW DOLLARS TO HELP WITH THINGS SINCERELY RICKY COPP HOPE TO HEAR BACK FROM U GUYS TO LET ME KNOW HOW THINGS ARE GOING YOUR OLD FRIEND
MARYLOU AND FAMILY; I AM SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR MOM. SHE WAS A VERY SWEET LADY, AND MY FONDEST MEMORIES OF WAS WHEN I WALKED OUR DOG RILEY, SHE WOULD ALWAYS WAVE TO ME, IF SHE WAS IN THE PORCH, AND SMILE AND IT WAS ON THOSE DAYS, THAT I REALIZED HOW GREAT A DAY IT WAS, AND I WILL MISS HER WAVE AND HER SMILE. TRULY A WONDERFUL VIDEO. MAY ALL THE MEMORIES SUSTAIN YOU AND MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU. WITH LOVE AND FRIENDSHIPS MARI AND DAVE
Thank you for letting us see your Mother's memorial video. She was a wonderful woman. Love, Judy & Dan
Dear family of Charlotte I worked with your mother when I was at Farobault Manor. She was a good worker & we could always count on her. Know she is in Good Hands now Peace, Dorothy Brodie RN
I was so sorry to see the obituary in the paper for your Mother. Marilyn (Ruth), you were such a dear friend to me in elementary school and Junior High. I so often regret that we have lost touch. As my children grow up and I watch them with their friends, it brings back fond memories of sleepovers, etc. I also remember fondly all the rides to the A&W in Waterville - thanks Mary Lou! I wish I could be with you on Friday/Saturday. Please accept my sincere sympathies. Love, Michele
Dear friend's: We are sending our deepest sympathy's to your family's. We alway's saw Charlotte many times at the Morristown American Legion and family function's if we were in Minnesota.....She was alway's a happy person and we know she is happy to be with her Lord & Savior now & back with Eddy....and hello especially to Marilyn & Gordon who I graduated with at Morristown High School.....we live at 412 Monti Circle - Pleasant Hill, Ca 94523 but will never not be interested with old friend's & families in Morristown.....Blessing's...John & Arlette