Steve Morgan Obituary, Death – Stephen John Morgan, who was 68 years old at the time of his passing on November 11, 2022, was taken from this world in an unexpected way. His parents, Stephen Morgan and Marie (Bruno) Morgan, welcomed him into the world on August 17, 1954 in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before he was even born, his father had already passed away. Kimberly Brown, the woman to whom he proposed marriage, and Marie (Bruno) Morgan, his mother, both have warm feelings and memories associated with him. In addition to his two daughters, Abby Morgan and Ashley Johnson (Brian), he is also survived by his two granddaughters (Morgan and Ellis). In addition to his brothers Paul Morgan (Mary) and John Morgan, Steve had a sizable number of nephews and cousins in his family (Sandy).
Steve spent his childhood in Warminster, Pennsylvania, where he also completed his high schooling at William Tennent High School, from which he went on to earn his diploma, before continuing his education at the University of Pennsylvania. After he received his diploma, he occupied the years that followed with pursuits such as skiing and golfing whenever the weather was suitable for those activities. At the beginning of the twenty first century, Steve uprooted his life and relocated to Wilmington, North Carolina. It was there that he eventually met Kim. Both Port City Taxi and Camp LeJeune will miss having Steve on their teams as a valuable member of staff. Everyone paused for a moment to remember Steve, who took a lot of pride in the fact that he was able to help his customers as well as members of the community.
Steve cherished the company of others and was always up for an intellectually stimulating conversation. He will be fondly remembered as a man who took great pleasure in spending time with his family, engaging in reminiscences and conversations about the past, and witnessing the growth of his grandchildren over the course of his lifetime.
A memorial service will be held at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Audubon, Pennsylvania on December 3 between the hours of 11 am and 3 pm. The visitation will begin at eleven in the morning, and afterward there will be a luncheon.