Julia Ann Morgan, 44, of Montrose, Iowa died at 6:26 PM, Thursday, November 8, 2007 at her home in Montrose, Iowa.
Ms. Morgan was born March 12, 1963 in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, the daughter of Monte Eugene and Patricia Joan Gundy Morgan. Tracy Smith was her long time companion. She was a member of Keokuk and Lomax saddle clubs. She was a member of Big Sky Rodeo and Eagles Nest Women's pool league. Barrel racing and trail riding were her whole life. She was an avid horse enthusiast. She spent many hours with her niece, Anne-Marie Palermini, in training her horses and mules.
She is survived by her mother, Joan Whitmore and her husband, Jim, of Montrose, Iowa; Sisters and brothers: Karl Porter and his wife, Lora, of Keokuk, Iowa; Martha Mead and her husband, Gary, of Montrose, Iowa; Elizabeth Hittinger and her husband, Hansy, of Montrose, Iowa; Davey Morgan and his wife, Marcia, of Montrose, Iowa; Stevie Morgan of Montrose, Iowa; Robbie Morgan of Sholo, Arizona; her pet yorkie "Buckaroo" that she had for six years; Aunt: Ruthann Scott of Quincy, Illinois; Uncle: Bobby Gundy of Keokuk, Iowa
Cousins, nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her son, Cody James Howell, her father, Monty Eugene Morgan, her paternal grandparents: Ernest & Estella Morgan; her maternal grandparents Harry & Joyce Gundy and Robert & Edwina Whiteside; an aunt Nancy Riddle; two brothers: Philip Anthony Porter and Brian Philip Porter.
Funeral services were Wednesday, November 14, 2007 at DeJong's Funeral Home in Keokuk with Pastor Bob Payne officiating. Burial followed Sunset Memorial Park, Keokuk, Iowa.
Memorials may be made to Buckaroo Care Fund.
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ATTENTION: TO: JOANN ( JULIE'S MOM) To: Julie's family, You guys are in our thoughts and prayers and we sincerly send our condolence's! Not one of us would disagree, she left us way to soon! Her legacy lives on toda... more
I want to thank Julie for her friendship. We had a lot of fun times working together at BTR and I will treasure our friendship outside of the plant. She always had an ear to listen and an open heart. I could always cou... more
Joann, Stan and I wish to send you our thoughts and prayers.It's at times like this that words doesn't seem to help and then you don't know what to say. Thinking of you and your family and Buckaroo to.If you need anythin... more
Sorry for your lose. You have alot of good memories to keep and help you through difficult times