Betty Anne Morgan

betty morgan

April 10, 1928 ~ September 16, 2019

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Betty Anne Morgan, 91, of Pueblo, passed away peacefully on Sept. 16, 2019, with family by her side. Survived by children, Richard (JoAnn) Morgan, David Morgan (Beth Fodor), Donald Morgan and Carol (Alan) Prudic; grandchildren, Lisa Morgan, Amy Morgan, Danielle (Chris) Pelletier, Gracy (Justin) Goodwin, Laura (Chris) Bonk and Kevin Prudic (Carly Nowicki); step-grandchildren, Deanna (Mike) Marasch and Jamie Swearingen; great-grandchildren, Tyler and Brandon Pelletier, Dominic and Jayden Goodwin, Jenna Prudic and Ender Bonk; step great-grandchildren, Kaleb Whittaker-Bonk, Adalyn and Amelia Marasch; mother of grandchildren, Jeannie Morgan and Mary Lou Pentasuglio; special nieces and nephews, 'chosen family' and many dear friends. Preceded in death by her beloved husband, Clarence Morgan; parents, Rasmus Pedersen and Ruth (Pedersen) Howard; brother, Eugene Pedersen; sister, Beulah Sears; parents-in-law, Fred and Mildred Morgan; special aunt and uncle-in-law, Sylvester and Pearl Hughlitt; special cousin-in-law, Joanne Larratt; special cousin, Harlan Nassen; sisters-in-law, Corrine Sutton, Frances McAvoy, Ruth Hall, Margaret Dasher and Jean Walters; and many dear friends. Betty was born on April 10, 1928, in Albuquerque. She graduated from Saint Anthony Hospital Denver as a Registered Nurse. She worked at Pueblo hospitals then at Southern Colorado Clinic for the last 13 years of her career. Betty spent years as an active volunteer at schools, Scouts and church. She was a long time member of First United Methodist Church and belonged to P.E.O. Chapter AU. Her interests included the Lake DeWeese cabin, traveling, crafting, gardening, bird watching and flower arranging, but her greatest passion was spending time with family and friends. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, caretaker and friend. Betty was kind, generous and appreciative. She loved her home and was able to stay there until Sept. 10, 2019. Betty Morgan was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to know her! Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at First United Methodist Church, 310 W. 11th Street. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, 310 W. 11th Street, Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. Rick so sorry for the loss of your mom. She was a wonderful lady! I remember all the times in Scouts & both of our nursing careers. Had many conversations with her with patients, etc, she will
    Be missed!! Sincerely, Sandi Gott-Vance

  2. My deepest sympathy to the Morgan Families. I worked with Betty at Southern Colorado Clinic from 1974-1985. She was a sweet, kind and fun lady.
    Betty saw me get married and become a mother to two sons. At separate times, she had to attend to each one of them and my husband. First Mike, he smashed his finger while working at the CF&I, it was an ugly thing. He had to wait until the next day, when the clinic opened to see Betty. She relieved the pressure on the fingernail and she saved the day!
    Our oldest son, Ryan, was about 5 years old when his younger brother Kiel, slammed a door in his face, cutting a gash in his right eyebrow. Dr. Dwyer threw a couple of stitches on the gash and Betty was the calming factor for Ryan.
    Kiel’s injury happened at the City Park and my parents came rushing into the clinic one afternoon, Kiel’s mouth gushing with blood, he had practically bitten through his tongue. There wasn’t much that could be done but, we got great instructions on how to take care of him and what he would be like for a few days.
    Betty was a joy to work with and I will always have wonderful memories of her! God Bless

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