Morris “Mo” Morgan

Morris “Mo” Morgan
Morris “Mo” Morgan

Morris “Mo” Morgan, 68, passed away on February 14, 2021, in Amarillo, TX.

Memorial services will be Friday, February 19, 2021, at 11:00 A.M., in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., Amarillo, Tx. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Mo was born June 23, 1952, in Amarillo, TX, to Manford “Pill” and Mamie Young Morgan. Mo married Diane Clements on June 28, 1974. He was a God-fearing man who fiercely loved and protected his wife, sons, and family.

He is survived by his wife, Diane; his son, Jay and wife DaLinda, their children, Trinity, Brian, Jaxon, and TaeLynn of Canyon, TX; his son, Joshua of Amarillo, TX; his brother, Phillip and wife Joyce of Amarillo, TX; sister, Julia Morin of Amarillo, TX; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and brother-in-law, Rick Morin.

Mo grew up and attended school in Amarillo, TX. He graduated from Amarillo High School and continued his education by earning his Associates’s degree from Amarillo College and his journeyman’s certification as an electrician. He started his employment with Pantex in 1977 and retired in 1997. His retirement was short as he began designing kitchens for Pride Home Center and Home Depot from 1998-2013. Mo used his electrical knowledge and skill to inspect fire systems for FireHawk, while utilizing his persuasive skills to write advertisements for Cumulus radio.

Mo loved to meet, talk to, and help others. His passion for helping others and his love for people and his Lord led to him being ordained as a deacon at Second Baptist Church in Amarillo where he served for many years. His heart for helping others also led to his being elected to serve on the River Road ISD School Board. Mo also had a passion for collecting classic cars, especially Thunderbirds. He joined the High Plains thunderbird Club because he appreciated the friendships and the philanthropic focus of the club.

The family requests that memorials be sent to Martha’s Home via High Plains Thunderbird Club, P.O. Box 32592, Amarillo, TX, 79120. Please make the checks out to Martha’s Home.

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21 Replies to “Morris “Mo” Morgan”

  1. Diane, I am thinking of you and your family every day. I know there are difficult months ahead and I will be praying for you. You are a strong woman of faith, so You know God will carry you through it. Mo was a delight and happy part of all of our lives and I will certainly miss him. Love, Dinah

  2. My deepest condolences to Diane and your family. I remember Mo as our “go to” man at Eastridge when we had a concern about something electrical. He was always cheerful and eager to help us. It’s been years since we last talked, but my lasting impression will always be of his love for Diane and family, his church, and his God. I pray for your comfort and peace in this time of grief. Love Ron and Rose.

  3. Diane and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray the Lord wraps you all in his loving arms giving you the strength and comfort to get you through this difficult time. May God be with you always!

    RIP Mo

  4. Diane and family, we’re so very sorry for your huge loss. We have very fond memories of Mo and we want you to know your family will be in our thoughts and prayers in the coming days. We love you.
    James and Kay Langham

  5. Mo was special. We had such good times together at your house and ours! And now he is in the Lord’s House so we will see him again. Prayers for comfort and peace for you and family. Jim and Joyce Greene.

  6. I am sorry for your loss! You all are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord wrap you all in his arms giving you the comfort and strength needed to get you through this difficult time.

  7. Diane & family, we want to express our deepest sympathy. We have many good memories of times spent with Mo and your family. Praying peace and comfort for you at this time and the coming days.
    Bill & Jan Carroll

  8. I worked with Mo at Pantex. He always took the time to educate me and offer advice on whatever I was working on. He was a unique individual with a great sense of humor. I would run into him after he retired and we would talk for hours. I’m sure Mo is smiling down at us. My sincere condolences for his family.

  9. Diane , all my thoughts and prayers goes out to you and all your family. I enjoyed visiting with Mo about his cars. God Bless.

  10. Mo was an interesting man. Always enjoyed our visits though there weren’t many. Thankful for his help with the electrical work on my house back in 2008. He’s in a wonderful place now! Prayers for your family and God bless you all.

  11. Diane and family, please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Mo was a special person and we always enjoyed visiting with him. Love.

  12. Diane I am so sorry for your loss. I love y’all and have missed those hugs and the positive always he positive words.
    I have missed y’all. I love you and I’m praying that you have peace with comfort as well as you are going through the loss of Mo.

  13. So sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed seeing Mo at the hardware store. Julia you and your family are in our prayers.

  14. I love Mo! I remember playing cards around my Grandparents table in Damascus, AR. He loved to make everyone laugh. He was the only person I ever knew that had handlebar mustache…..I loved it! Prayers for family!!!

  15. So very sorry for your loss. We will keep all of you in our prayers. Our prayer is that you feel the comfort of the FATHER’S love, and strength from the prayers of many who love you.
    Alvin and Brenda Walker

  16. Mo was a great man. I always enjoyed visiting with him when I ran into him in Pride. He will be missed. Prayers for family and friends. I love you all.

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