A sunset memorial service celebrating the life of Harry Franklin Morgan, 73, will be held at 6:30 PM, Saturday, May 15, 2021 at the Grand Bayou Fishing Pier Pavilion in Coushatta, LA.
Mr. Morgan was born on March 18, 1948 in Shreveport, LA to Vernon “Pistol” Morgan and Ima Jean “Honey” Rawls Morgan and passed away May 2, 2021 in Shreveport, LA. He was a veteran of The United States Navy. After his years in the Navy, he continued with his career as an electrician. He was a husband, father, grandfather but was so much more than that. He was an avid outdoorsman and taught his boys everything he knew about hunting and the outdoors. If he wasn’t scouting for deer or searching for arrowheads for his vast collection, or watching Jeopardy, which he knew every answer to, you would probably find him tinkering around the house working on a tv or a car or some other appliance that he was fixing for someone. He was literally the smartest man you’d ever meet. He would help anyone that came along and needed it whether or not they could pay for his services or not, he simply did it anyway. He had the biggest heart and loved his family more than anything but nothing made him happier than being at home in the woods with his wife and them taking care of one another.
Mr. Morgan was preceded in death by his parents; son, Chadwick Lee Snead and sister, Donna Jean Morgan. Left to cherish his memory are the love of his life, his wife of 39 years, Rita Ann Coleman Morgan; sons, Jason Paul Morgan of Mansfield, LA, Harry Paxton Morgan and wife, Lisa of Doyline, LA and Jason Lynn Snead of Hall Summit, LA; grandchildren, Garrett Snead, Morgan Cunningham, Zachary Morgan, Luke Morgan, Jayda Morgan, Blakely Morgan, Millie Morgan, Taylor Snead, Dylan Snead, Ashley Snead, Alex Snead, Brandi Cole, Kody Morgan and Emery Snead; nine great-grandchildren; and brothers, Dennis Morgan and wife, Theresa of Natchitoches, La and Vernon Morgan and wife, Laura of Mansfield, LA.
“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.” Revelation 21:4