January 25, 1925 ~ March 12, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

David Emery Morton, born in Pueblo, CO 1/25/1925 to Albert E. Morton and Rebecca Emery Morton passed away peacefully 3/12/2020, survived by the love of his life and wife Kayoko Nakamura Morton; daughters, Nancy (Eric) Ozoa, Ann Aiko Morton (Ken Kojima), Sarah (Shawn) O’Rourke, and Momoko (Chris) Wong, And 8.9 grandchildren Akemi and Malia Ozoa, Hina, Kana and Mika Kojima, Colin and Declan O’Rourke and Penelope and Baby Boy Wong due 4/8/2020.
David was a graduate of Central High School, and attended Yale University for both undergraduate and medical school and later joined the Army during the Korean War. Dr. Morton returned to Pueblo where he served the community as a physician for 37 years.
He loved his family, Pueblo, travel, cats, puns and butter.
Due to the Coronavirus, no memorial will be held until May or June. PLEASE NO DONATIONS OR FLOWERS.

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  1. CandleImageDear Morton Family,

    Sending you love and hugs during this sad time. I was so happy to spend some time with Kayoko recently and she showed me photos and videos of Dr Morton. I especially liked the way he kept saying to Kayoko “I love you this much!!” Keep him in your heart and hold tight to all of your fond memories of him. xx

  2. Dr. Morton was a model citizen, physician, husband and father to his beautiful family. I will always remember his tremendous support to his 4 beautiful daughters and to music education.

    My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones at thsi time.

  3. CandleImageKayoko–I am so sorry for your loss. I know this is a difficult time for your and your family. Dr Morton had long life and leaves a great heritage in your family. I am happy I was able to have coffee with you two recently. God Bless you all.

  4. Kayoko and Family,

    Please accept our sincere sympathy for your loss of David. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

    Neil and Lynne Wainwright

  5. Kayoko and Family,

    It is with a sad heart that I send you this message of sympathy. After visiting with you and knowing David’s health was not good I prayed for your family. David will be missed by all of you who loved him dearly, by all of his colleague and hundreds of people whose lives he touched.

    Sending love, hugs and sincere sympathy for your loss,
    Helen and Gordon Murley

  6. I think about Dr. Morton often. He was a gentle and kind man who seemed to always have a smile. I have know him since 1985, the same year I met my wife Dolores. He will always be remembered as a great doctor, husband and father, and not adverse to cracking a joke now and then. Rest in peace Dr. David. God Bless and watch over you loved ones forever.

  7. CandleImageDr. Morton was one of the first doctors that helped form my nursing career when I graduated and went to St. MCH. He was a great teacher, compassionate doctor and a family doctor. I have fond memories of my medical days with him.
    Later he became a friend of my husband, Ray and I through swim team at the Pueblo Country Club. We had fun times at swim meets with our children.
    He will be missed, but his legacy lives on through times.
    Our condolences to his family.

  8. Dear Morton Family,
    I was very sorry to read of the passing of Dr. Morton. He was a great doctor and person. I know he was a great father because of the wonderful way his daughters grew up to be. May God comfort you in this sorrowful time.
    In Sympathy,
    David Montera

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