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February 23, 2012

Obituary: Harold L. Morgan

ADAIR — Funeral services for Harold L. Morgan, 50, Pryor, are Friday, 2 p.m., at First Free Will Baptist Church, Pryor. Pastors Thomas Ballard, Ray Gwartney, Ken Gerhart will officiate and burial will follow at Graham Memorial Cemetery. Services are entrusted to Stephens Memorial Chaepel.

Morgan was born Nov. 20, 1961 in Pryor to Franklin and Helen (Breshears) Morgan. He died Sunday in Pryor. He was 50 years old.

He attended school in Pryor and graduated from Pryor High School with the class of 1980. While in school, he took state two times in solo music competition, three district titles and wrote two class poems for the Senior Annual. He had worked at Robel for several years. He worked as a chef at Cowboy Junction, Sky Light in Vinita and Rockers Mid America Grill in Pryor. He also had owned his own restaurant, The Outside Inn.

He is survived by his parents Franklin and Helen Morgan of Pryor; one sister, Karen Sweet and husband Steve of Coos Bay, Ore.; two nephews, Ivan B. Williams, IV of Denver, Colo. and Barrett Williams and wife Nicole of Portland, Ore.; uncle, Delano Morgan and wife Linda of Pryor; uncle, Everett Morgan and wife Vida of Chelsea and Uncle Oscar “Jay” Morgan and wife Janice of Big Cabin; aunt, Myrtle Leak of Big Cabin; uncle, David F. Breshears and wife Marie; uncle, Gail Reynolds of Miami; numerous cousins and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morgan, grandfather Ray Breshears, grandmother Rosetta Dennis, two uncles J.L. Breshears and Bobby Morgan, aunt Catherine Reynolds and choosen grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burton.

The family will receive relatives and friends on Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Stephens Memorial Chapel.

In lieu of other remembrances donations can be made to the Building Fund at First Free Will Baptist Church or a charity of choice in his memory.

To sign his “Memory Book” visit www.stephensmemorialchapel.com

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