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Billy Wayne Morgan, Sr.
January 28, 1943 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Billy Wayne Morgan was born on January 28, 1943, in Marion, LA, as the only child of Sammie Joe Morgan and Bessie Harper Morgan who preceded him in death.
Following graduation from Eastside High School in 1961, Billy enlisted in U. S. Army to become a medic and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for “meritorious achievement during ground operations against hostile forces” during the Vietnam War. Billy served faithfully and honorably for twenty years until his retirement in 1981.
For 32 years, Billy was married to the late Gloria English Morgan, and their union produced four children and several assignments, which eventually led them to settle in Monroe, Louisiana. It was at that time that Billy became a member of Lone Star Missionary Baptist Church in Sterlington, LA, serving as a deacon and financial secretary for many years.
Post-military retirement, Billy’s work ethic remained intact as a Warehousing Manager for Service Merchandise and highly recognized salesman with the Ryan Auto Group until his retirement in 2012.
Bill or Billy Wayne, as he was fondly known, was a beloved husband, father, a friend to many, and a proud Military Veteran; he was a SOLDIER.
He leaves to treasure his memories: his four children, Ramona Edwards, Billy Morgan, Jr., Keith Morgan (Melanie), and “The Boss Lady” Andronette Morgan Baldwin (Derrick); twelve grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren, and dearly loved in-laws, Betty Dawkins (Herbert), Rosie Andrews (Robert), Rubie Canfield Clay, Jerlean Griggs (John), Jean English, and Eddie English, as well as and a host of nieces and nephews.