Virginia Morgan

Obituary of Virginia Morgan

Virginia “Ginny” Henderson Morgan, 76, of Niceville, FL, passed away peacefully on February15, 2024. She was born on July 24, 1947,

in Talladega, AL, to Jewel and Johnny Henderson. Ginny was a loving wife to David Earl Morgan for 56
years and a devoted mother to her son Chad and daughter-in-law Jennifer. She cherished her two
grandchildren, Lily Jane and Henry David, who brought immense joy to her life.

Ginny had a successful career in education, starting as a middle school math teacher and later be-
coming the principal of Ruckel Junior High School in Niceville, FL. She held a Bachelor’s of Science in Math Education from
Troy University, a Master’s in Mathematics from the University of the South, and an EdD in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
In her personal life, Ginny was known for her fierce love for her family.

Ginny’s memory lives on in her husband, son, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, nephew Levi Mixon (Elizabeth), niece Angela Newberry (Erin) and their children, David’s sister Vicki Marley and her children Will Marley
(Jess) and Michael Marley (Kelly) and their children. She was predeceased by her parents and her sister Kay Newberry.
A Celebration of Life for Ginny Morgan will be held on April 13th at 10 am at St. Jude’s Episcopal Church in Niceville, FL, followed by a reception.
Those who wish to honor Ginny’s memory can make donations to St. Jude’s Episcopal Church online at
or via check to St. Jude’s Episcopal Church,
200 N Partin Dr., Niceville, FL 32578. For more information, please call
Ginny will be deeply missed by all who knew her, but her legacy of love and dedication to mentorship, education, and family will carry on in the hearts
of those she loved (including all David’s football players she mothered along the way), those she hired, and those she taught. Ginny was often regarded
as a woman with a powerful voice; someone people listened to. She had this influence over people because of her strong character and conviction.
Ginny faced adversity and obstacles in life, but what would be considered a setback to others, helped Ginny to grow and challenge herself in ways that
made her a better person. Ginny was resilient and will continue to be a role model to others for many years to come. Her friends and family thank Ginny
for her loving presence and positive contributions to their lives.

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Celebration of life

10:00 am
Saturday, April 13, 2024
St Judes Epsicopal Church
200 N Partin Dr.
Niceville, Florida, United States
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