Fred B. “Ted” Morgan, Jr.
1921 ∼ 2019
MAJ (USA, Ret.) & Mrs. James J. Dorsey of Charlotte, NC wrote:
It was a pleasure to have known you. RIP
Allouise Morgan wrote:
We will miss you forever Ted. Godspeed
Brian J Duffy Colonel USAF MSC Ret of Ponte Vedra FL 32081 wrote:
Rest in peace my friend. When I was a 2nd LT at Lackland AFB Hospital I looked up to Fred and now that he has passed I know that looking up is the right direction to look!The Corps has lost a true Hero
John and Debbie Smith of Edgartown Ma wrote:
To All the Morgan Family, Ted was a wonderful human being he represented this Country, Our Town and was a Friend to so many, his smilie and waves will be very much missed, he was a Awesome Guy! Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Love John and Deb
John & Maureen Haas of New Braunfels, Texas wrote:
Our sympathies and prayers on the passing of your husband and father. My parents spoke of Ted many times over the years. Know he is now at piece and with the Lord. God Bless.
Lee Murphy, LTC, USAF, Ret. MSC of Colorado Springs, CO wrote:
Although I never met Ted, we shared the same service and occupation. My family has had ties with the island mostly in Vineyard Haven and West Chop for a good part of my life. You have my deepest sympathies. Godspeed Ted.
Carol Meikle of Edgartown MA wrote:
Thank you for your to our country and our community.
pierre of bordeaux french wrote:
thanks for what you did for us rest in peace
Wendy Rose of Oak Bluffs wrote:
To all the Morgan family my condolences. Ted was a great man and a good friend. Rest in Peace. Job well done.
John and Charlotte Klein of Edgartown, MA wrote:
Our sincere condolences to Floss, Pam, Scotty and the whole Morgan family. Ted was a good friend and a great inspiration to everyone who had the pleasure of meeting him. God speed Ted.
Ernest and Cindy daRosa Barrett of 98 Lake St, Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 wrote:
Our deepest sympathy to all of Fred's family; and also to everyone that knew Fred. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Our Love Ernie and Cindy Barrett
Benjamin L Hall, Jr. of Edgartown wrote:
I was deeply saddened to learn of Ted's passing. He was "Mr. Edgartown" during the better part of his senior years! Proud and determined, he loved our entire island, and especially Edgartown. His service in wartime was unforgettable! His positive impact will never be forgotten. My entire family mpurns with you and yours! Ben