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Funeral Service

E. Vaughn Wray Funeral Establishment
Saturday February 26th, 2022
3:00pm

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Shelia Ann Morgan

Sheila Ann Morgan was welcomed with open arms to glory February 17th 2022. Sheila was a caring and loving person who loved her family. She was a mother figure, friend and confidant to many.

Sheila was a romance novel book reader and loved music. She loved her pet “Lu Jay” until his final days. She worked with the janitorial staff at Norfolk State University and eventually retired to stay home and watch the family grow in love.

Sheila was a strong fighter. She had an infectious laugh that brought joy to anyone around her. She loved to lip sing R&B songs and could dance all night!

Sheila was preceded in death by her mother Bernice Wilson and Brother Bernard Morgan.

Sheila leaves to cherish her memories her sisters Janice Asturias of Norfolk, VA and Vanessa L. Morgan of Virginia Beach, VA. along with her nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that were dear to her.

She will be Forever In Our Hearts!

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Guestbook

I was so saddened to read this today, I drove Sheila for her treatments through Lee\'s Friends and she was such a joy. Just a few minutes ago a picture popped up on my facebook from the day I surprised her with an autographed novel from one of her favorite authors. It was a great joy, getting to know her and sharing some laughs and stories. May she RIP and because of her my life was made brighter.

Elaine Rudolph Mar 29 2022 5:17 PM