This is the story of Deanne Marie Webster Morgan, whose story began on August 14th, 1968 in Long Beach, California. Deanne was born to William Henry Morgan, Jr. and Sharon Lee Morgan and joined her older sister, Cheryl Morgan Crawford. She grew up in Mission Viejo, California and attended Mission Viejo High School.
The love of Deanne’s life was her four boys Trevor (29), Tyler (26), Tanner (25), and Timothy (23). She adored being a mother and loved them with all of her heart.
Deanne was a caregiver for most of her adult life and she excelled at it. She loved animals, country music, and watching football – especially when her beloved Raiders were playing. She had a ferret named Milo who she adored. There is no animal on earth who had as many toys as Milo did.
Deanne’s grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Morgan cleared the path for Deanne in February of 2018 and since that day Deanne has lived with and cared for her grandfather, William Henry Morgan, Sr. She was a wonderful companion to him, and they had many fun times together.
We will miss Deanne more than words can say, but we know that we will see her again someday – we are pretty sure she is helping get our mansions ready for us up there because that is what she does best. Take care of other people.
"If You Could See Me Now."
If you could see me now you wouldn't shed a tear,
Though you may not understand why,
I am no longer there.
Remember my spirit,
That is the real me.
Because I'm still very much alive, I've just been set free!
Oh, if you could only see!
I have beheld our Father's face and I've touched my Savior's hand.
All of Heavens angels rejoiced as I entered the promised land.
Beyond the gates of pearl, I 've walked on the golden streets,
I've touched the walls of jasper and dipped my foot in the crystal sea.
The beauty is beyond words and nothing could compare,
I've even seen your mansion and someday, I'll meet you there.
Let Jesus be your guide because His Word will show you the way!
So, please don't cry because we will meet again someday.
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