In Memory

Morgan Seymour - Class Of 1995

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02/06/09 09:21 PM #1    

Amy Lundin (Oliver (Divorced)) (1994)

You are missed! I think about you alot! I'm sorry you had to end your life the way you did.

To everyone else! I have so many great memories of Morgan. He was one of our best drummers in Middle School for our band. When I go to my son's band concerts and the drummers do something off the wall I think of Morgan. He had a sense of humor. He always was a great friend to talk to about anything and everything. I got the phone call that he had died and as much as I wanted to go I couldnt I was too scared to see someone my age (teenager at the time) get buried so I chose not to go, but now that I am older I regret it and wish I would have gone to pay my respects. So I guess getting him added to the IN MEMORY list was my way of not letting him be forgotten!

Love ya like a brother Morgan!

Amy Lundin Oliver

02/06/09 10:48 PM #2    

Lyla Seymour (Kultgen) (1983)

It is sad to see that you have been gone so long, but I know that you are always with me. I see you in the eyes of your son Caleb. I love you and I miss you and I know we will be together in the end.

Your sister

Lyla Rae

03/30/09 07:02 PM #3    

Cindy Tomsheck (Gillund) (1995)

Hey man, miss you and love you lots.. friends like you are hard to come by, & I'm glad I had a chance to be yours.


04/07/09 11:10 AM #4    

Dawn Evans (1995)

Even now you fill the hearts of so many people here. As you touched so many lives before, you continue to enlighten us with your presence. You will always be missed, and always be in our hearts.

04/25/09 09:44 PM #5    

Lyla Robison (Bye) (1965)

A thought from Morgan's Mom. Someone from the school paper asked of Morgan Lee, "What is your New Years resolution," His answer was, To be nice.

06/24/09 07:17 AM #6    

Kari Farbo (Hinkle) (1995)

I will never forget you.. If I ever had a childhood sweetheart, you were it. We had some good times, for sure. I still remember the last thing you said to me. I can't repeat it here because it was a very inappropriate joke. It sure made me laugh, though.. You could always make me laugh. I appreciate every moment of your life. You were one of the most talented and unique people I have ever had the pleasure of calling a friend. You were also a seeker and I hope you have found what you were looking for.. If not, I hope you have found peace in your search. I miss you, Kari

04/04/10 07:51 AM #7    

Krista Morley (1995)

Even after all these years it still hurts not to hear your laughter. Wherever you may be friend, I hope you are at peace and finally happy. I miss you forever.

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