Ray Hill Morgan

Lewisburg – Ray Hill Morgan, 74, passed away Saturday, May 26, 2018, at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center in Fairlea.

Ray was born October 30, 1943, in Glen Ray, to the late Sarah Jane Morgan.

During his life Ray decided to serve his country and joined the United States Army where he was stationed in Germany with the 82nd Airborne. Later, after attending college, he worked as a welder, pipefitter, and plumber as a maintenance planner for Meade Westvaco. He attended the First Baptist Church in Fairlea and was a 32nd Degree Mason with Lewisburg Masonic Lodge #42AF&AM.

Other than his mother, Ray was preceded in death by a daughter, Sherry Margery Morgan; sister, Brenda Morgan McCarty; twin-brother, Roy Lee Morgan; and brother-in-law, Richard McCarty.

Surviving Ray are his loving wife, Wanda Mae Bowyer Morgan of Lewisburg; daughter, Julie Renee Burns of Lewisburg; sons, Gary Everette Morgan and wife Debbie of Lewisburg, Russell Ray Morgan of Fairlea, Kevin McMillion and wife Jenny of Lewisburg, and Michael McMillion and wife Kate of Mechanicsville, VA; nephew, David Lee Morgan of Asbury; nieces, Melanie Morgan of Virginia, and Sarah Morgan of Florida; brother, Danny J. Morgan and wife Kathy of Panama City, FL; 14 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; as well as a special Christian friend, Raymond Link of Lewisburg.

A visitation was held to honor Ray’s memory Tuesday evening, May 29, at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 30, at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg, where Pastor Mike Teubert officiated. Entombment follow services at Rosewood Mausoleum in Lewisburg with military honors and masonic rights.

Pallbearers included Kevin Holliday, Timmy Holliday, Aaron Burns, Michael Burns, Kelly Delph, and Paul Garten.

The family request donations of sympathy be made to the funeral home to offset funeral costs, (Wallace & Wallace, Inc., 884 Jefferson Street North Lewisburg, WV 24901).

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