Mona Martin Morgan, born September 11, 1937, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend was called home to be with her Lord and Savior on September 1, 2021.
Mona, lovingly known by her grandchildren as Moy, was a ray of sunshine who left an impact on every person who had the good fortune to know her. Her greatest joy was found in her children and grandchildren, her heart was filled with love for all of them. Moy’s positivity will forever touch our hearts and guide us each and every day.
Mona loved everything LSU. She worked for the Louisiana Agriculture Extension Service in Baton Rouge and later with Extension Service in Shreveport.
She was also a Multiple Myeloma survivor. After being diagnosed, she enjoyed more than thirteen years with her family and friends. Throughout her illness, she smiled, loved, and laughed with her entire being. She received wonderful state of the art care from the talented doctors and staff at The University for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas. As a result, Mona was able to spend more summers doing her favorite things, reading a good book and spending time at Dune Allen Beach with her family.
Mona was preceded in death by her parents, Mamye and Thomas Martin; and her brother, David Martin. She is survived by her devoted husband, Eddie Morgan; son, Eddie Morgan, Jr., and wife Michelle; daughter, Michelle McMahen and husband Max; son, Martin Morgan and wife Terra. She also leaves nine grandchildren, Kathryn Layne Fradenburg and husband George, Eddie Morgan III, Georgia Morgan, Coulter McMahen, Mary Elizabeth McMahen, Morgan McMahen, Bailey McBride, Luke McBride, and Cade McBride; her loving in laws, Gloria and Niven Morgan; as well as special nieces and a nephew.
Graveside services will be held at Forest Park Cemetery East on Friday, September 3rd, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. officiated by Dr. Larry Williams.
The Morgan family expresses heartfelt appreciation to special friend of many years Daisy Mosley and for the wonderful caregivers that were so very dear to her: Michelle, Helen, Elcena, Sara, and Cherry.
The family requests that memorials be made to the Multiple Myeloma Center, Dr. Van Rhee and staff, or Broadmoor Baptist Church Senior Adults.
“The sun is shining, the birds are singing, all is well.”
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