Stephen William Morgan
Stephen William Morgan, age 75, passed away on October 12, 2023, in Orange City, Florida. He was born on December 14, 1947, in Hammond, Indiana, and was the eldest of four siblings.
Steve was a man of remarkable accomplishments and unwavering devotion. He graduated from Crown Point High School in Indiana before embarking on a journey of service and sacrifice. He joined the United States Army and served during the Vietnam War from September 1968 to June 1969. His valor and dedication to duty earned him the prestigious Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement, reflecting great credit upon himself and the United States Army.
In addition to his military service, Steve had a wide range of passions and hobbies. He enjoyed watching football, playing golf and basketball, and was renowned for his prowess as a poker player. His love for fishing and the great outdoors was well-known, and he took immense pride in his role as a dedicated veteran.
Steve's family meant the world to him. He is preceded in death by his mother, Evelyn Morgan, his father, Robert Morgan, his sister, Kathy Morgan, and his wife, Becky Morgan. He is survived by his brother David Morgan (Caroline), his two nieces Ivy Grace Morgan and Lacy Rose Morgan, his brother Robert Morgan (Marlene), and brother John Morgan (Kim). His presence was a constant source of joy, and he will be remembered for his teasing jokes, entertaining stories, and his love for western movies, particularly those starring John Wayne.
Steve often had a sense of humor about life, as evidenced by his favorite saying, "It's hard being me." He brought laughter and warmth to those around him, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of many.
Steve will receive an honor guard service at the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in Mims, Florida, in the future. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to a veterans' charity or organization of your choice in his honor.
Stephen William Morgan will forever be remembered as a dedicated patriot, a loving family member, and a friend to many. His memory will live on in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him.