Beloved by her family, Mom has joined her love, her best friend, her husband Dick Morgan- into the presence of the Lord. He predeceased her in death March 2000 and had been married nearly 54 years. The most important thing in the world to them was their love for their family- they adored each one and were so proud of them.
After their retirement they loved being together. They were avid fans of the Atlanta Braves and Duke Blue Devil's basketball- cheering them on whenever they had the chance.
One of the things they most enjoyed was traveling and looking for antiques all along the way- especially 18th century finds.
As the winter mouths approached, they would leave for the gulf coast of Florida to enjoy the warmer weather, all their many friends, enjoying the beaches, lots of seafood and to attend a great Church away from home. The most special thing was being invited as the guest speakers at Full Gospel Fellowship International meetings, Woman's Aglow meetings and churches in several states- giving praise and honor to their Lord Jesus Christ and telling others of His love.
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Mom loved singing in the Church Choir and especially singing four part harmony. She heard about the group called Sweet Adalines, so she and a good friend decided to check it out- they wound up joining these gals and they had so much fun just practicing, performing or getting together with two others to sing the four parts.
One of Mom's gifts was preparing meals for someone who was sick or in need or just because-but she was especially blessed and love baking her famous homemade cakes for all occasions or just as a gift to someone and there were many.
Eunice was survived by one son Richard Chesson Morgan and his long-time friend Beth Park, two daughters Robin Morgan Wendlandt and her husband Wolf Wendlandt, Kimberly Morgan-smith and her husband Richard Smith, four grandchildren, Courtney Kirkman Hale and her husband James Hale, Morgan Wendlandt and his wife Jennifer Wendlandt, Greer kirkman and his wife Katie Kirkman, and Rachael Wendlant Wilhite and her husband Justin Wilhite. She was "Gran" to her seven precious great-grandchildren whom she adored- Blake, Isaac, Reese, Malea, Noah and Elena Grey who brought her so much happiness.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, November 1 at 2:00pm at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, 200 SE Maynard Rd, Cary, NC with a visitation held from 1:00-2:00pm. There will be a private graveside internment for family only.
For those who wish, memorials may be directed to Saint Jude Place, Memphis, Tn 38105 or Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675.
Online condolences may be made at www.mitchellatrmp.com.