Robert Thomas Morgan lost his brave and long battle with Inclusion Body Myositis on December 18, 2021, and passed away at the age of 69. Bob was born on April 22, 1952, in Owosso, Michigan to the late Muriel and Clifford Morgan.
He was married to Betty Rhoton and they had three children together. They raised their family in the faith of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Bob worked diligently to provide for his family. He owned multiple businesses throughout his life from fast food restaurants to carpet cleaning companies. Even when his disability kept him from doing manual labor, he then created an online business to continue an income. Whether he was boating or riding ATVs or working on cars - he always had the saying "Work Hard to Play Hard".
Despite his daily health challenges, he painstakingly faced every day with such determination, optimism, and humbleness. He always put family first, and loved his kids, grandchildren, and great-granddaughter so much. He enjoyed long phone conversations with everyone talking about everything from the Packers to politics.
He is survived by his children - Heather (Brian) Hasse, Pamela Cianciola, and Logan Morgan. Grandchildren - Alex (Caro) Hasse of Provo, Utah; Mackenzie Hasse of DePere; Natalie, Kennedy, TJ, Grant & Angelie Hasse of Seymour; Giada & Vincenzo Cianciola of Peoria, Arizona. Great granddaughter - Camila Hasse of Provo, Utah. His only living sister, Terrie (Henry) Gordon of Idaho.
Thank you so much to the staff at Country Villa Pulaski and Heartland Hospice for all you did for Bob. Especially Tina RN from Heartland and Will, the chaplain who was so kind to visit and chat with Bob. Your kindness during this difficult time was a blessing to our family.
A private family service will be held on December 28, 2021. Burial will take place in the Seymour City Cemetery. Muehl-Boettcher Funeral home is assisting the family with arrangements.
Online condolences may be expressed to Robert's family at www.muehlboettcher.com
Dad/Papa - thank you for all you taught us. To love unconditionally and stick together as a family through the trials of this world. Thank you for passing on your strength to fight and we promise to instill that in your grandchildren and great-grandchildren as well. We promise to always hear your frugal advice in our mind when we are renovating houses or investing in car repairs. More importantly we promise to take care of each other. May you rest in peace now in a new pain free life. Families are together forever - until we see you again - we love you.