William Cecil Morgan
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U.S.Flag Services for William (Bill) Cecil Morgan, 53, Lubbock, were at 4 p.m. October 10 in the Highway 70 Church of Christ.

Ernie Bishop, church minister, officiated. Burial was in Spur Memorial Cemetery under direction of Campbell Funeral Home.

Morgan died about 11:45 a.m. October 8, 1990 in Methodist Hospital, Lubbock due to a sudden illness. He was born in Spur on February 26, 1937 and spent the early part of his life here. He moved to Lubbock last year. He was a retired Chief Petty Officer in he U.S. Navy.

He graduated from Spur High School in 1955, he was a member of the VFW.

Survivors include four sons, Jeff, Eric, Kevin and Michael, all of Alaska; two daughters, Jeanette and Nancy, also of Alaska; two brothers, David Morgan, Lubbock and Bob Morgan, New Waverly; two sisters, Sharon Williams, Waco and Shirley Morgan, Euless; his father, Clark Morgan, Lubbock and several grandchildren.

©The Texas Spur, October 1990
from the records of Lillian Grace Nay

Note from family: He died of a massive coronary not a sudden illness, he wasn't sick at all, he was just suddenly dead in his brother's chiropractic office while being treated.
Submitted by David Morgan.

Father: Clarke Edward MORGAN born Sept. 23, 1917 in Spur, TX died Dec. 23, 1990.
Mother: Myrtle Mae WALDEN born Sept. 14 1917 in Ralls, TX died Mar. 4 1967 in Lubbock, TX
Siblings: Robert Gene Morgan , David Edward Morgan , Sharon Annette Morgan Williams Oct. 8 1942-Mar. 25, 1999, Shirley Annelle Morgan
Married1: Marie and adopted her two children Jeanette and Jeffery Allen Hurshberger. Fathered Eric, Nancy, Michael, and Kevin.
Married2: Ellen ?
Married2: Hazel Cross


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