Service: A private graveside service will be held at Forest Hill Cemetery.
Billie Lee Morgan, age 87, died Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at Good Samaritan Society Canton. A private graveside service will be held at Forest Hill Cemetery.
Billie was born on May 3, 1933 in Faulkton, SD to Robert and Ethel (Rehnstrom) Morgan. He served his country in the US Army. He married Wendy Childers on October 21, 1967 in Worthington, MN.
Billie owned a moving business, a lawn service, Perfect Service gas station and did demolition work before opening his own antique shop over 50 years ago. He enjoyed going to auctions and flea markets, working with his family, woodworking, and building and repairing furniture. He was also a talented mechanic.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Wendy; children: Billie Jr. (Mary) , David, and Daren; grandchildren, Derek (Allyson) Morgan, Jessica (Jason) Martens, James Morgan, Whitney (Jason) Marteney, Sydney Morgan, Charlie Espeland, and Hunter Espeland; 4 great-grandchildren; brother Robert Morgan and sister Bonnie Haugen; along with numerous extended relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Barbara, and sisters Anna Severtson and Bette Gerhard.
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We were so sorry to hear about Bill and truly thought the world of him. He was a wealth of knowledge on many subjects and we so enjoyed dealing with him on our purchases of antiques. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all family
Brian and Pam
Wendy and Boys so very sorry to hear about Bill Floyd has many fond memories of him. So very sorry for your loss.
Wendy and family– My prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. It’s hard to believe that Bill’s gone. Our friendship goes back to before you and Bill were married. Rest in peace my old friend. You will be missed!
Sympathies to you and your family.
Debbie and Dick Cook
Very sorry for your loss Billie – your dad always treated me with respect and I admired him for his knowledge of his field and advice during the antique show days. He answers were sometimes “blunt” but always came with a smile. My sympathy to you and your family.
Our sympathy’s to the Morgan family. We always enjoyed going his antique store and talking to Bill. He was very knowledgeable about antiques, and gave us good deals. He will be missed..
My condolences on the passing of Bill. I still remember all the fun times us boys had at your house growing up and messing around at your antique shop in town. Rest easy.
Eric Petterson and family