In Memoriam – Matthew Morgan – Jan. 5, 1927 – May 4, 2020

I’ll be taking a sabbatical from blogging for a few weeks for obvious reasons. Hope to come back soon!

Rosalinda R Morgan

Matt on the Great South Bay Matt on board the Lauren Kristy, a paddle wheel boat at the Great South Bay, Long Island on one of his friend’s wedding anniversary parties.

It is with sadness that I announce the passing of Matthew Morgan on Monday, May 4, 2020. He was 93. He is survived by his wife, Rosalinda Morgan and their two sons, Matthew R. Morgan and Alexander R. Morgan and a daughter by his first marriage, Marianna Paolini and three grandchildren, Nina Paolini, Beth Paolini and Claire Paolini.

Matt was born in New York City to Robert W. Morgan and Carol Kobbé Morgan, daughter of Gustave Kobbé, an opera critic for the New York Herald Tribune and author of Kobbé Opera Book. He was named after his great uncle, Matthew Morgan, first minister to Russia. He grew up on the Long Island South Shore, in East Islip, NY. After he married the second time, he…

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13 thoughts on “In Memoriam – Matthew Morgan – Jan. 5, 1927 – May 4, 2020

  1. Hi Will, Thanks. I’m OK. I was out of it for two days after Matt’s death. Then decided to keep busy and work on the book about Matt’s foray at his last job discovering accounting fraud. I started it five years ago but stopped when Matt got sick. I just finished it. I also did two newsletters (for my HOA and the rose society) within the last ten days, reorganized the house and painted my bedroom, the first two weeks. I’m not done with all the paperwork about his death. It’s not easy but I’m coping and some of my old friends from way back called every so often and it helps. I’m giving myself a 3-month sabbatical from blogging and then I should be back to my old routine. Best regards.

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  2. Thanks so much. I have not visited my site until today. I’m out of it as you can imagine but I’m getting better. Matt had been sick with kidney disease for five years and I was emphatic to the coroner that he did not die of coronavirus. I don’t want him to be part of the coronavirus statistics.

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  3. That’s so sweet of you. Thanks. I’m OK really. Just taking a much-needed break. I wish I can go on vacation to the Philippines but with the coronavirus, it is not possible. Maybe next year.

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