Brian Morgan, age 66, of Nekoosa, Wisconsin, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February 25, 2023, following a UTV accident in Rome, Wisconsin.
In honor of his memory, a graveside service will be held at Riverside Cemetery in Appleton WI on May 9th at 11:30 am.
Brian was born on March 06, 1956, to Bernard Randall and Ione Morgan. As a child, he was known for his adventurous spirit, often showing off his skills on a bike cycle or stilts, which earned him a spot in the newspaper many times. In high school, he excelled as a wrestler and made it to State several times. He graduated from Menasha High School in 1974 and went on to work at Pierce, Oshkosh truck, Leech Corp, and RR Donnelley.
Brian had an infectious passion for life and a love for meeting new people. He enjoyed fishing, camping, and riding his motorcycle with friends. He had a warm smile on his face and was always ready to share a joke.
He will be deeply missed by many, especially his loyal companion, Augie-doggie, who goes out every morning in search of his beloved friend to play fetch with.
Brian was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard and Ione Morgan, his brother Bernard Morgan Jr, and his son Andrew Morgan. He is survived by his daughter, three grandsons, two sisters, Dawn (Tony) and Denise (Kevin), nephew Russel, and two nieces, Tracey (Adam) and MaKenzie, and her children, Calyx and Mara.
Our sincere condolences to Brian’s family and friends. We first met him when his sister Dawn moved in next door to us.our families got to know each other and shared good and bad times together. We lost touch after we moved. But when ever we did meet up with Brian he always had a smile on his face. I’m sorry we lost touch over the years. We never know what God’s plan for us is. I’m sorry for his family,RIP Brian and keep riding through the clouds.
My childhood friend in Menasha. Li could tell ya. lots of stories of the neighbor hood kids and Brian and lots of fun. His sisters alway picked on me but it was out of jest.Mom ands Dad were simple people and always welcomed us in. while our paths separated after 18 we would still run into each other and try to help each other with any problems we were having.
thanks for all the memories
David M Stern
SO SAD DEATH HAS NO AGE OR REASON WE CAN UNDERSTAND. RIP
To one of my finest friends that I’ve known for long time from the Appleton WI that I met in the rooms .
Brian & I hung out a lot plus did some motorcycle riding . Brian had a funny sense of humor , funny guy he was . He touched many people hearts throughout the years. Brian was always available to help out a friend when needed from fixing their computers , moving them or what ever they need help in.
Brian will be missed by many . It’s gonna be different not seeing him when I visit Wisconsin from Georgia.
Sending his family and friends good vibes their way. Brian , fly & ride till we meet again my friend 🤗
Your friend from Dr. Bob & Bill W
Scott Strike ( AKA Bubba )