RESIDENT DIES RITES ARE HELD Mrs. Floyd Morgan, 73, died unexpectedly Saturday night in her home at 279 E. Main St. The former Pearl Heffel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heffel, was born at Loganville, March 17, 1889.She moved to Evansville as a child and was graduated from high school here.She was married to Floyd Morgan in Dec. 1912.About 38 years ago they moved to Janesville, where he was a barber.Later they lived in Footville, coming to Evansville last spring after he retired as a barber.She was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church, Janesville. Surviving are her husband, four sons, Robert of Madison, Clifford of Toronto, Canada, Donald of Janesville, and Richard of Randall, Wis.; 12 grandchildren, a brother, Lloyd of Evansville. Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Allen Funeral Home with the Rev. Henry Roth, pastor of St. Mary’s of the Wood Church in Elkhorn officiating.Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery. November 29, 1962, p. 9, col. 1, Evansville Review, Evansville, Wisconsin
Floyd (Mike) Morgan.
Floyd (Mike) Morgan, 77, died in the Stoughton Hospital on Wednesday of last week after several weeks illness.He was the son of the late Bert and Kiell Johnson Morgan and was born in Evansville, Aug. 17, 1891.He attended the Evansville Schools and was a barber here for many years.
He later was a barber in Janesville and before retiring seven years ago, he owned and operated a barber shop in Footville.
He married Pearl Heffel of Evansville 55 years ago.She died Nov. 25, 1962.Mr. and Mrs. Morgan moved to Evansville from Footville seven years ago.He was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Janesville.
Mr. Morgan is survived by four sons, Robert, Madison, Donald, Janesville; Clifford, Toronto, Can. And Richard, Randolph, a sister Mrs. George Levzow, Evansville and several grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in the Allen Funeral Home with the Rev. Ronald Ortmeyer, pastor of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Janesville, officiating and burial was in Maple Hill cemetery.
Evansville Review, February 20, 1969, p. 2, col. 3, Evansville, Wisconsin