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Bryan Francis Morgan Jr.

Bryan Francis Morgan Jr., 62, of Windsor, died Jan. 9, at the Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.

Mr. Morgan was born Dec. 3, 1945, in Washington D.C. to Bryan and Isabelle (Driscoll). He was known as “Butch” to all of his family and friends growing up.

Bryan was a Navy Seal and served during the Vietnam War. Following the war, he joined the Prince George’s County Police Department in Maryland from where he retired in 1983. After retiring, he worked various jobs, including a bailiff at Grand County courts.

Mr. Morgan was known to everyone around him as the resident caregiver. No matter who was in need, he was there for them. He was very proud of his role as “Mr. Mom” to his daughter, Kacie. His family was always his first priority and will be remembered for all he did to care for them. He also enjoyed cooking, sailing, kayaking, photography, skiing and spending time in the mountains.

Mr. Morgan was a member of Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church in Windsor.

He is survived by his wife, Gayle (Pflugrath) Morgan of Windsor, son Michael and wife Wendy Morgan of Wartrace, Tenn; daughter Kacie Morgan of Windsor; sisters Joan Patton of Clinton, Md., Katherine Johnson of Byran’s Road Md., and Patricia English of Inwood, W.V.

He is preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Nancy Morgan; and a granddaughter, Cierra Marie Morgan.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church in Windsor with Father James Spahn officiating. A recital of the rosary will be held at 9:30 a.m., preceding the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation in care of Mark’s Funeral and Cremation Services, 9293 Eastman Park Dr., Windsor, CO 80550.


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