Patricia Morgan
October 25, 1942  -  August 25, 2018

Patricia Morgan


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Harper-Talasek Funeral Home
500 W. Barton Avenue
Temple, TX  76502
Thursday, August 30, 2018
6 - 8 pm
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First Baptist Church of Temple
8015 W. Adams Ave
Temple, TX  76502
Friday, August 31, 2018
2 pm
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North Belton Cemetery
N. Main Street
Belton, TX  76513
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National Breast Cancer Foundation
2600 Network Blvd. Ste 300
Frisco, TX  75034
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Patricia Morgan, 75, of Temple, passed away Saturday, August 25, 2018 at her home in Temple. Funeral services will be held at 2pm Friday, August 31 at First Baptist Church in Temple with Pastor Joe Locklin officiating. Burial will follow at North Belton Cemetery.

Patricia was born October 25, 1942 to Malcolm and Mattie Sue Jennings Davis in Temple, Texas. She married John Edwin Morgan in 1958. Patricia graduated from Temple High School, Class of 1959, and attended Scott & White School of Nursing. She later received her Bachelors from U.M.H.B. and her Masters from the University of Texas. Patricia was a nurse at Scott & White and Santa Fe Hospitals in Temple before retiring in 2008, when she taught Nursing, CNA and CMA at Temple College. She was a member of Texas Nurses Association and a member of 1st Baptist Church in Temple. Patricia was a Lifetime member of Texas Exes and an avid Texas Longhorn fan. She was most happy when surrounded by family and very proud of all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Patricia was preceded in death by her parents, Malcolm Samuel Davis and Mattie Sue Jennings Davis; her husband, John Edwin Morgan; and daughter, Rene Waldburger.

Those left to honor and cherish her memory are her daughters, Melissa Mitchell and Deborah Morgan; sister, Lois Ann Hall; 6 grandchildren, Christopher Morgan, David Morgan, Paul Graham, John Paul and wife, Shelby Swaim, Amanda Paul and Arlon Mitchell III and 20 great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.; 2600 Network Blvd, Suite 300; Frisco, Texas 75034 or www.NBCF.org/donate.

Visitation will be from 6-8pm, Thursday, August 30 at the funeral home.

Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple is in charge of arrangements.

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  1. Joan Lothringer
    Georgetown, TX

    I met Pat when working on developing of a CNA program on the Taylor, Tx. campus. I remember her as being very patient and kind. It was an honor to have met her.

  2. Russell Anderson
    Gainesville, FL

    It was my humble honor to know "Grandma Pat" for almost three decades. Growing up down the street from her family, she was always a kind, warm, and welcoming face. I can't express how grateful I am for the opportunity to have known her/hers over these years. Pat Morgan was an inspiration to nearly everyone who knew here. She is loved and will forever be missed.

  3. Hollie Huff
    Moody, TX

    She was amazing teacher. She will be missed.

  4. Rebecca
    Mart, TX

    Mrs. Morgan was my instructor at Temple College in 2012 and 2013. She actually was who pinned me upon graduation and the picture taken of that moment is in my living room. She taught me how to be an advocate. She taught me how to preserve a patients dignity in their time of need. She taught me how to be a compassionate nurse. She helped me become a nurse and gave me an opportunity to provide for my family. She was kind when I was struggling in some areas and helped me make it through. I can't tell you how saddened I am right now. The world was a better place with her in it. No telling the amount of people she has touched in her lifetime. What a wonderful woman. Rest easy sweet lady. I will see you again one day. Thank you for what you did for me.

  5. Milissa Christian
    Temple, TX

    When I think of Pat Morgan, I think of a strong, dedicated Mother, Nurse, Nursing Supervisor, and Friend. I worked with Pat at the Santa Fe Center where everyone was family. I feel truly blessed to have shared an important part of my journey with this wonderful lady. So thankful to the Good Lord for her life and the abundant blessings she brought to this world.

  6. Tracey Cooper
    Temple, TX

    Pat was an awesome lady and a fantastic clinical instructor for our nursing students. She was no-nonsense when it came to teaching students but always had a smile on her face. My prayers go out to her family, she will be truly missed!

  7. Gracie Conner
    Temple, TX

    Pat Morgan made a difference in the life of everyone she met. Her students loved her wholeheartedly whether they knew her for 8 weeks or years! She brought sunshine to every room she entered. We always looked forward to seeing Pat appear at our doors in Berry Hall, Temple College, because there was always and smile on her face and a twinkle in her eyes. She love God most, but UT was a close behind. This awesome woman will be missed on earth by all of us, but will brighten the halls of heaven eternally. Love and peace to her family.

  8. Carrie Miller
    Temple, TX

    Mrs.Morgan was my teacher at TC for CCMA . She was very kind, patient, and so smart.A wonderful teacher who’s passion was definitely nursing , who always went above and beyond for everyone, and never forgot a person once she met them .She spoke so fondly of her daughters and grandchildren in our classes . I am sad a wonderful lady has left this earth , but please take comfort in knowing she is reunited with her husband .

  9. Valerie Bobo
    Pensacola, FL

    So sorry for your loss Chris and Logan and family/friends... Y’all are in our prayers 🙏

  10. Melinda McLeod
    NOLANVILLE, TX

    I was hired by Pat when I moved to Texas when she was at Santa Fe Center and loved working for her there until she retired. I loved talking football and Long Horns with her. She was an awesome boss and will be greatly missed.

  11. Tom Curb
    Salado, TX

    I worked with Pat for many years, and I greatly respected her for how she took control of her life when John died. She continuously advanced in her profession and took care of her family. She is one more of the old "Santa Fe Hospital family" who has passed on.

  12. Kathy Ivey
    Temple, TX

    I first met Pat through my Mom years ago. I worked with her at Santa Fe and some at the hill. She will be missed by all

  13. Janice Roye
    Waco, TX

    I had the privilege to know Pat Morgan when I went to work at Santa Fe and then STC4 at Scott White in 2001
    She was a wonderful kind,and caring to all.
    She loved Jesus and had a strong faith.
    She also enjoyed talking about the Texas Longhorns with my Mother.
    My thoughts and prayers to her family at this time

  14. Thomas Wilson
    Temple, TX

    Pat Morgan, long time Santa Fe an BSW nurse has passed on to her glory. May her memory be eternal to those of us who knew her, admired her, and loved her. She touched the lives of thousands through her loving nursing care of others.
    I will miss her wonderful smile and joyous laughter.

  15. Robyn Smith
    Temple, TX

    I was honored to have worked with Pat for many years at the Santa Fe Center. She will be missed!!

  16. Linda Cousins Lipuma
    Copperas Cove, TX

    So very sorry for your loss.
    I worked with Pat at SW and she was always such a sweet person. Her eyes always just sparkled when she smiled.
    My prayers are with her family. Missy and Deborah, I pray God gives you peace and comfort in knowing many people loved your Mother.

  17. Hoa Danh
    Killeen, TX

    Pat, may you rest in peace. My heart is deeply aching hearing that you had passed away. You are one of my favorite teacher at Temple College. You're the kindest person I know and even though I only knew you for only a short period of time, you had made a great impact in my life because of your kindness. Thank you for step foot into my life. You shall always be in my heart. God bless you in heaven.

  18. Connie Gonzales
    Troy, TX

    I first met Patricia Morgan when I was working at Cornerstone as a CNA. She would bring her Students there to do their clinicals for CNA. She would always look for me to put some of her students with me. She was such a sweet loving person.

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