Roger C. Morgan

January 13, 1929 ‒ December 03, 2017

Butler, Ohio

BUTLER:  Roger C.  Morgan, age 88, of Butler passed away Sunday, December 3, 2017 in his home.

He was born January 13, 1929 in Butler to Kinsey and Elizabeth (Sutton) Morgan and was graduated from Butler High School in 1947.

On December 23, 1955 he married Lora Jean Moore Morgan who preceded him in death June 15, 2000.

A U.S. Air Force veteran, Roger served over 22 years all over the world as a jet mechanic, mechanic instructor and in electronics expert specializing in radar systems.   He retired with the rank of Master Sergeant.

After his time in the military Roger returned to Butler and worked as a building maintenance manager for the U.S. Post office, serving many office locations in central Ohio.

A member of the former Mt. Sinai United Methodist Church Roger also attended Bellville Methodist Church and Three Crosses in Butler.  A leader at Mt. Sinai Church, Roger served as Treasurer, Sunday school teacher and sang in the choir.  He enjoyed reading his Bible, and was particularly fond of the Book of Revelation.

He is survived by two sons Mark E. and Diane Morgan of Bellville and Bill and Deborah Morgan of Bellvue; three grandchildren Lora and Mike Morand, Daniel Morgan (fiancée Kayleigh Conley) and Billy Morgan; four great grand children Alex and Mason Morand and Paisley and Colton Morgan.  Also surviving are sisters Mary Kusser of Sandusky and Jean Bildstein of Florida; brothers-in-law Robert Forbes of Nashville, Ohio and Richard and Sandy Hoeflich of Perrysville.

In addition to his wife and parents, Roger was preceded in death by his stepmother Anne Morgan, brother William and Shirley Morgan, sisters Phyllis Divelbiss, Ruth Forbes, and Joan Hoeflich; and brothers-in-law Ted Kusser, Ollie Bildstein.

Per Roger’s request, no services will be held.

The Bellville Snyder Funeral home is serving the family and expressions of sympathy may be made by

  • Such a kind, generous, quiet man. Loved him and will miss him but know that he is rejoicing above with his beloved wife Lora Jean and other loved ones. We enjoyed spending Sunday mornings with him as he was our Sunday School teacher for many years. Blessed to have gotten to spend that time with him and getting to know him better. Love, prayers and condolences to his sons Mark and Bill and their families.

  • Remembering Roger fondly as Butler High School Classmate.
    His Bible was well used at home, Sunday School and Bible
    Study. Many discussions about the WORD and God’s will
    in our lives.

  • Roger was a brother in law we always enjoyed our talks, we will miss his phone
    call at Christmas, our prayers are with the family

  • I was the luckiest girl to have him for a Grandpa. He was always so laid back. A man of few words. I’m so grateful for the time that I was given with him and my Grandma. I’m so happy that they get to celebrate their anniversary and Christmas together again. I love you both. Watch over us ❤

  • Roger was a very good friend and brother in-Christ. He and I spent time talking about the Bible, which he knew and believed and lived by. I know he is at home with the Lord. I will miss him, but I know he is where he wants to be. A great Sunday School Teacher and man of God.

  • I’m so sorry to.hear of your loss mark. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  • So sorry for your loss. Roger was a great friend. Was always in the same seat every Sunday at Mt Sinai. Loved talking tractors with Dave. We will miss him.

  • Roger was a Special Brother In Law . He will be missed . Sending Love to The Family . You are so Special as well . From Uncle Rick .