Virginia Morgan

Evangelist Virginia Sue Morgan was born in Charleston, West Virginia on June 4, 1936. She departed this life on November 29, 2018 at the Kobacker House in Columbus, Ohio.

Evangelist Morgan was a graduate of Central High School, and graduated from Columbus State in 1977 in Columbus Ohio.

She joined Liberty Hill Baptist Church when she married her husband, James Morgan. She was a loyal and faithful member for almost 40 years, serving on the Missionary Board.

Evangelist Morgan will be remembered as a loving, wonderful, tough, hardworking and smart mother. She enjoyed crafts, painting, quilting, gardening and volunteering.

She is predeceased by her husband, James P. Morgan; mother, Lousise Taylor; father, Willie Davis; grandmother, Virgil Raymond Wise; grandfather, Clifton Wise; uncle, Leo Raymond; brothers-in-law, James Paschal and Walter Carreker; and niece, Ruth Ann Davis.

Left to cherish her memories are her sons, Kevin, Keith and Kent Morgan; brothers, Leo and Kenny Davis; former sister-in-law, Linda Davis; sister-in- law, Annie Carreker; good friends, Alice Turner, Ida Evans and Jackie Hodge; hospice aide, Naoka Polk; social worker, Jenny Stone; chaplain, Bernard Cason; as well as many nieces, nephews, and a host of other family and friends.

Visitation 11am and Funeral 12pm Monday, December 9, 2018 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST 5456 E. Livingston Ave. Columbus, OH 43232

Interment at Eastlawn Cemetery 

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Virginia Morgan

Condolence Messages

  1. Sorry to hear about your loss you had a wonderful mother . Praying for your family

  2. My deepest condolences to the Morgan’s family for your recent loss of Virginia.
    Jesus said: “I am the resurrection and the life those who exercise faith in me even though he dies will come back to life.”

  3. Dear Sons of Mrs. Morgan

    I use to work at CONSOC with your mom years ago. She found out I lived in Brittany Hills and she
    started giving me a ride to and from work. For months she was unaware that I was the daughter of her high school friend Phyllis Byrd. They reconnected and enjoyed talking with each other and the rest is history. Your Mom was fun to be around and I could see why my mom loved her. May she rest in peace and may you find comfort in all the times you shared together.

    Sincerely,

    Anita Jones

  4. My deepest condolence to you and your family your mom will be be deeply missed vicky jackson.

  5. I’m sorry for the family’s loose she had her days but she was a good mother in law rest in heaven Virginia Morgan

  6. Irish J. Richardson

    To the Morgan family. My heart is with you and your family at this time of your loss. There is comfort in knowing God’s promises about the resurrection hope. (Acts 24:15) and (John 5:28,29) In the past God has resurrected humans and He is eager to do it again because He hates death. (Mark 5:41-43) I would like to discuss more with you about God’s promises. Feel free to contact me at (614) 870-2979. Love Your Neighbor Irish J. Richardson. Please call!

  7. Sueratia C. Turner

    Though this condolence is late, our heart aches, our heart breaks.
    So many times we tried to find and locate you, wondered how you were doing and what you were going through.
    As the tears now well up in my eyes, we realize as we so often embarrassed everlasting hello’s and now you’re gone and we didn’t even get to say good-bye.
    Yet in our heart you will ALWAYS stay so we will never ever really say good-bye, only good night, and we’ll see you again in the morning of dawn’s early light.
    Sleep well my love sleep well, rest, in the precious arms of Jesus, until we meet again there will ALWAYS be beautiful memories of so much of our lifetime of such a loving and precious friend.

    Love Always,
    Suerathia C. Turner Jamesena McCreary and Your friend for over 60 yrs. Mariana E. Holley

  8. My eyes well up with tears for someone I’ve loved and shared beautiful memories for years.
    We tried so hard to find you after you left Mill Run, remembering all the laughter you, mom and her girls having so much fun.
    I went to your old address trying to locate you there, angry because it all seemed so unfair.
    So after trying to find an old number or something just to get in touch, so I could bring you Polk Salad and greens from my garden that you loved so much.
    Finally I was lead to the obituaries never really guessing I’d find your name there, but there you were.
    Suddenly my heart screamed out Why, why couldn’t I find her before all this, I felt it was going to explode cause the pounding just wouldn’t quit.
    Oh how I missed our talks and you coming up in a cab just to get some greens, how beautiful, all those precious memories.
    Sleep well my sweetheart sleep, Resting in the precious arms of Jesus…..Sleep…Sleep…..Sleep!

    Love Forever,
    Mariana E. Holley, Jamesena McCreary and Suerathia C. Turner

  9. To the family of Evangelist Virgin Sue Morgan. Words can not express how much she is missed.
    We laughed oh how much fun we used to share, you’d tell us of the yard sales and we’d always meet you there.
    My prayers are fervently going up on your behalf.
    She was such a beautiful person and will ALWAYS be remembered as such.

    God forever bless and keep you all.
    Wayne S. Walker

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