Beatrice Head Morgan

Wednesday, June 21, 1950 - Monday, November 2, 2015

Dearly Loved

Photo of Beatrice Head Morgan  - 1950-2015

Canton- Mary Beatrice Head Morgan, age 65, of Miller Street, entered into the arms of the angels on Monday, November 2, 2015.

Mrs. Morgan was born June 21, 1950 to the late Mary Loretta Putnam Head and was a lifelong resident of Haywood County. She was a devoted homemaker who deeply loved her family and those who were blessed to know her will always remember her kind heart and her forgiving spirit. She was a member of Canton Wesleyan Church and her faith was an important part of her life. Beatrice had attended Haywood Community College where she courageously blazed the trail for students with disabilities to be able to continue and achieve their educational goals. It was very important to Beatrice to stay informed with current events and issues facing our world today and she listened daily to news reporting, especially FOX news. The special time that she spent with her family and friends brought her much joy and she also enjoyed her daily telephone conversations with loved ones and close friends. In the words of her family, “She was a sweet Mamaw” and “She was the most understanding and loving wife that a husband could ever have.” Beatrice Head Morgan taught us many life lessons. She taught us the importance of kindness to others, she taught us the meaning of courage when faced with obstacles each day and she taught us the importance of loving our family and loving the Lord.

Left to cherish her memory, are her loving husband of 41 years, Charles Allen Morgan, Jr.; her sons, Heath Allen Morgan and his wife, Sarah Morgan of Canton and Sean Randall Morgan and his wife, Melissa Morgan of Canton; grandchildren, Jacob Morgan, Heath Isaac Morgan, Sarena Melané Morgan and Charles Alexander Morgan; a brother, Gene Leonard Head of Rutherfordton and a special aunt, Janice Silver of Canton

A celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 pm Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at High Street Baptist Church. The Reverend Chris Willett and the Reverend Terry Penland will be officiating.

Crawford / Ray Funeral Home is honored to be caring for the Morgan family.

Condolences from family and friends

I'm sorry for your loss. I remember going to her house in my youth. She will be greatly missed.
Heidi Crawford jones
I will always miss you Batch. I didn't get to see you much, but I loved talking with you on the phone, sometimes for hours at a time. We were friends for well over thirty years and even though there could be long periods of time that we didn't talk, as soon as I heard your voice or your sweet laugh, it was like we talked just yesterday and it would take us forever to catch up. I'll never forget your sweet nature, how you were never quick to judge anyone, no matter what they had done. You were an amazing and loving mother, and I don't think many times went by when we were talking that you didn't tell me how much you loved your kids and grandkids. I know you worried about them and always wanted the best for them all. You always did your best for your family and I know they will remember that about you. I'll always smile when I think of Alan teasing you about something and hearing you say..."Oh stop it Allen and pour me a cup of coffee...", without missing a beat. There are so many memories and I will keep them all in my heart and will love and remember you always. Sending much love and prayers to Allen, Heath, Sean and their families.
Kimberly Moore
Love and prayers for the family. Miss Batch will be missed.
Tina Naegle
So sorry to hear about Batch...She was always so sweet to everyone...and I know how much she loved her kids and grandkids...she will be missed.
alice rainbolt