Sequan Morgan Obituary, Sequan Morgan Has Passed Away
- john Gibson
Sequan Morgan Obituary, Death – Sequan Morgan passed away on Saturday at his home in Jefferson after a brief bout with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which was followed by the illness’s progression to its last stage. It was known that Morgan lived in Jefferson. During the final moments of his life, loving ones from both of his families were there to care for him.
He arrived in this world in the wee hours of the morning on January 2nd, in Watertown, Wisconsin, to be with his parents, Ervin and Evelyn (Christ) Morgan. The wee hours of the morning witnessed his entrance onto the scene. Sequan continued his education in vehicle repair by enrolling at Lake Mills Area Technical College (MATC) after completing his high school studies at Lake Mills High School. He subsequently graduated with a degree from this educational establishment. He wed Lorrie Waite on November 6th, 1976. The wedding took place in 1976. 1976 was the year that the event was held for all to witness. He worked for ETI in Fort Atkinson up until the year 2020, and he remained there until he made the decision for sure to retire before he left his position there. His employment there ended after he reached that decision.
During his time spent working in the automotive industry, Sequan found that two of the most enjoyable activities for him to participate in were the rebuilding of vehicles and attending events that were related to the automotive sector. He was an avid outdoorsman who delighted in participating in a broad variety of outdoor pursuits, some of which included fishing, hunting, and camping, amongst other things. They made it a priority to take part in this activity together on an annual basis, and it was something that both of them looked forward to doing.
He is survived by his wife Lorrie Morgan of Jefferson, sons, Michael Morgan of Chicago, Nicholas Morgan of Jefferson, Chad Morgan of Baraboo, 2 grandchildren, Myles Morgan and Carmen Morgan, his sister Sheryl Wolff of Fort Atkinson, mother-in-law Shirley Waite of Warrens, WI, brother-in-law Randy (Linda) Waite of Black River Falls, sister-in-laws, Julie (Wes) Pierce of Warrens WI, Michelle Waite of Eau Claire, many nieces, nephews and other relatives and many friends. He is preceded in death by his parents.