Notice about Jenny Morgan.
Early this morning, Jenny Morgan (Nana) has passed away from acute onset chronic kidney failure. As daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, friend, teacher: Jenny was reliable, loving, and patient. When she smiled you did too! She loved her grand girls and enjoyed them whole heartedly to the end. Seeing them interact was sweet. She would sing, play, read, and craft with them. She took them to the library and other adventures. Our hearts are heavy and sad, but resting in hope and faith as we know she is not in pain. She is not immobile anymore. She is dancing and singing at the throne of God as she has fulfilled her purpose on Earth.
Terri Peek (Tock)
Janette S. Morgan, age 68, passed away at her home in Greenwood on Monday morning, February 15, 2021.
Janette was born in Indianapolis, IN on June 28, 1952 to Paul M. and Bertha L. (Cox) Morgan. Janette was valedictorian of the 1970 graduating class of Carmel High School in Carmel, IN. She then went on to graduate Summa cum laude from Butler University majoring in music education and minoring in chemistry. She earned her Masters of Science in Education from Indiana University in 1978. Janette worked as a music teacher first in the Speedway school system for a year and then at Douglas MacArthur Elementary in the Perry Township school system for 31 years. Janette was a joyful participant in church music throughout her life as a children's choir director, bell ringer, and choir member. In her last years she was a faithful member at First Friends Meeting. She also enjoyed singing with Sisters In Song (a choral group which sings at nursing homes) and was a proud advocate for spondylitis awareness as a member of The Spondylitis Association of America. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and friends.
Survivors include her children, Rachel Morgan of Greenwood and Daniel (Raye-Lynn) Morgan of Indianapolis; Grandchildren, Cecily and Felicity Morgan; Brother, Jerry (Anita) Morgan.
Funeral services for Janette Morgan will be held on Monday, February 22, 2021 at Singleton and Herr Mortuary, 7602 Madison Avenue. Burial will immediately follow at Lincoln Memory Gardens. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all services are private.
Nina Secrest (May)
My heart goes out to all of your family. Janette was a very special classmate. So gifted! She gave so much to her family,and to her students and ministry. She was a blessing!
Christy Black (Stephens)
So sorry to hear about Jeanette's passing. Although I didn't know her well, but remember her as a kind, smart, humble classmate. It was nice to hear how well she lived her life and about the wonderful legacy she left behind for her family. Rest in Peace, sweet Jeanette.