Services were held in the First United Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. for Buster Morgan, 68, Church pastor Rev. Archie Echols officiated.
Mr. Morgan was a retired sheep veterinarian for Walla Walla, WA. He died February 22 in a Dallas hospital. Born in Dickens County, he resided here until 1931 when he moved to CA. He was a member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors include a son Kent Morgan, Dallas; two brothers, Ruben, Lake Tahoe, NV; Vernon, Amarillo; a half brother, Carl, Waxahachie; four sisters, Elnora Smith, Lubbock; Wilma Tyler, Tahoka; Neil Bridge, Crosbyton; Adren Puckett, Spur; two half sisters, Joyce Watley, Callas and Kathy Bone, Waco.
Burial was in Spur Cemetery.
Source: The Texas Spur, February 28, 1980From the records of Lillian Grace Nay
Buster Morgan, 68, died Friday in Dallas of an apparent heart attack. A Dickens County native, he lived in DeSoto.
Memorial services for Mr. Morgan were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First United Methodist Church of Spur. The Rev. Archie Echols, pastor, officiated and was assisted by the Rev. Johnnie Williams, pastor of First United Methodist Church in Crosbyton.
Interment was made in Spur Cemetery.
Mr. Morgan was a brother of Mrs. Jim (Nell) Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bridge and their daughter, Jamie Ellis of Austin, attended services.
Survivors include a son, Kent, of Dallas; two brothers; one half brother; four sisters; and two half sisters.
©Crosbyton Review, February 28, 1980Record provided by Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum
transcribed by Linda Fox Hughes
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