James S. Morgan

January 29, 2018

Mr. James Seigler Morgan, 90 of  121 Rhett Court  widower of Telitha Etoide Morgan entered into eternal rest on January 26 2018 at Self Regional Medical Center.  He was born February 9,1927 in McCormick County to the late Christopher Columbus  Morgan Sr. and Anna Hannah Martin Morgan.

He was educated in the Greenwood Public Schools. After graduating he enlisted in the United State Navy during WWII. He  retired from Ware Shoals School District , Greenwood Packing and Ware Shoals Sanitation Department after many years of service.

He was a member of Good Hope Baptist Church where he served as Chairman of the Deacon Board; Superintendent of the Sunday School and member of the Sr. Choir.

He was a member of Dunn Creek Masonic Lodge # 302 where he served as Treasurer until his health failed.

He was the last survivor his siblings.

Surviving are one son, James S. Morgan, Jr (Geraldine) of Columbia, SC ; a daughter, Shirley M . Parks of the home, three grandchildren, Ericka( Sheldon) Gold, James Morgan III and Germaine Etoide Morgan; three great grandchildren, Jada Morgan, Cayla Morgan and Sheldon Gold, Jr. and a host of other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be held Noon Wednesday,  January 31, 2018 at Good Hope Baptist Church with Rev. Sammy Lee Stroud officiating assisted by Rev. Willie Frazier.

Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Deacons and Dunn Creek Masonic Lodge# 302

Flower bearers will be  Deaconess.

Honorary escort will be United States Navy

Mr Morgan will be placed in the church at 11:00AM

The family is at the home,

Online condolences may  be sent to the family via email percivaltompkins@centurylink.net or website percivaltompkinsfh.com

Percival Tompkins is honored to serve the Morgan family

 

 

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