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|(The Late) Jeffrey L. Morgan (December 13, 1960 - February 22, 2004), Former Managing Director|
Former Managing Director Jeff Morgan was born in Niagara-on-the-Lake and moved to Niagara Falls in 1971. After graduating from Stamford Collegiate in 1979, he attended Humber College, obtaining his funeral director's license in 1981. Since that time, he had been associated with Morgan Funeral Homes.
|Gordon E. Morgan, Retired Managing Director|
A second generation funeral director, retired Managing Director Gordon Morgan was born in Drayton, Ontario, and has been a resident of Niagara Falls since he and his wife, Betty, purchased the Morse & Son Funeral Home in 1971. They have also operated the Morgan Funeral Home in Niagara-on-the-Lake since it's opening in 1959.
|Elizabeth Morgan, Retired Managing Director|
Betty is a retired managing director of Morgan Funeral Homes and has been a resident of Niagara Falls since she and husband Gordon acquired the Morse & Son Funeral Home in 1971. Betty and Gordon have also operated the Morgan Funeral Home in Niagara-on-the-Lake since its opening in 1959.
|(The Late) Diana Irene (Burch) Nazwaski (1940 - 2009), Former Receptionist|
Delhi, Ontario native Irene Burch recently retired after serving as a receptionist with Morgan Funeral Homes from October 1989 to May 2005. Before working at the funeral home, Irene held a number of secretarial positions. She has two grown children, Drew and Kyle, and one grandson.
|(The Late) George Snider (January 26, 1921 - July 25, 2014), Former Funeral Assistant|
George is a veteran of more than twenty years with Morgan Funeral Homes. He served overseas during W.W. II with the Canadian Forces and then went on to work for General Motors for thirty years. His family includes wife Mary and children Betty, Allen and Douglas. George is a member of Grace United Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake where he is an elder. Outside activities include involvement with the St. Davids Lions Club and the Virgil Stampede.
|Eric Spink, Retired Funeral Assistant|
Funeral assistant Eric Spink came to Niagara from England in 1966. Educated in the U.K., Eric worked for the City of Niagara Falls, and was a a supervisor for the Municipal Cemeteries for over 10 years prior to retiring and joining Morgan Funeral Homes in April 1998. Eric lives in Niagara Falls with his wife, Sheila. They have seven children, four sons and three daughters.
|(The Late) Bruno Franze (December 15, 1933 - March 8, 2014), Former Funeral Assistant|
Bruno Franze, who came to Canada from his native Italy in 1951, has been associated with Morgan Funeral Homes since February 2000 as a funeral assistant. Prior to this, Bruno was a long time employee with Gerber Foods for thirty eight years. Bruno and his wife, Mary, are both active members of Club Italia, and are members of Our Lady of the Scapular Church, where Bruno is a Hospitality Minister and an altar server.
|Gordon Flanaghan, Former Funeral Assistant|
|Andy Paterson, Former Funeral Assistant|
Born in Fife, Scotland, Andy moved to Niagara Falls in 1967. After a career as a licensed mechanic and former owner/operator of Paterson Auto Repair, Andy joined Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes in January 1990 where he has been a full time, and more recently part-time funeral assistant. Andy and his wife Carole have five children and nine grandchildren. His community involvement includes serving as an elder and choir member of Drummond Hill Presbyterian Church, coaching minor soccer for seven years and as a past master of the Clifton Lodge.
|John Reilly, Former Funeral Assistant|
|Glen McCrae, Former Funeral Assistant|
|Marny Atkinson, Former Bereavement Coordinator|
Marny Atkinson started with Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes in December 1999 and retired in February 2017. She was Morgan's Bereavement Coordinator and is a Certified Funeral Celebrant. Her training includes psychiatric-nursing, Writing for Professionals at Niagara College, and Thanatology at King's College, University of Western Ontario.