Gary  Morgan Sr.

Obituary of Gary W. Morgan Sr.

Please share a memory of Gary to include in a keepsake book for family and friends.

Gary W. Morgan Sr of Port Jervis died suddenly on October 8, 2022.  He was 70. 

The son of the late Floyd and Pauline Morgan he was born August 11, 1952 in Port Jervis. 

Gary served with the US Army stationed in Korea, upon returning home he joined and remained a life member of the VFW.  Gary would join the Federal Prison System in Otisville as a Corrections Officer later retiring as a Corrections Counselor.  He was a dedicated life member of the Neversink Fire Department and prior to that also served with the Port Jervis Volunteer Ambulance Corps.  He was an honorary employee of the Port Jervis Diner having a key and making the coffee before the employees wouldn't even arrive.  

Beloved husband of Doreen Morgan at home.  Devoted father of Gary Morgan Jr, Michelle Morgan, Jessica Williams (Mark), Kirsten Morgan (Zach Towle) and Justin Morgan (Kate).  Cherished grandfather of Quinn, Zachary, Meghan, Joshua and Lydia.  Dear brother of Shelia Hindley, Cynthia Marshall, Holly Ortiz and Roger Morgan.  Uncle to many nieces and nephews. 

Services are private at this time.  Please make use of the Tribute Wall by leaving a memory or condolence for the family. 

To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Gary Morgan Sr. , please visit our Tree Store
A Memorial Tree was planted for Gary
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Knight-Auchmoody Funeral Home, Inc.
Online Memory & Photo Sharing Event
Ongoing
Online Event
About this Event
Gary  Morgan Sr.

In Loving Memory

Gary Morgan Sr.

1952 - 2022

Look inside to read what others have shared
Family and friends are coming together online to create a special keepsake. Every memory left on the online obituary will be automatically included in this book.
Services for Gary Morgan Sr.
There are no events scheduled. You can still show your support by planting a tree in memory of Gary Morgan Sr. .
Plant a tree in memory of Gary
Share Your Memory of
Gary