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Jacqueline Morgan (September 18, 1946 – August 13, 2018)

Jacqueline Morgan (September 18, 1946 – August 13, 2018)

Date of Pre-Service Visitation: August 25, 2018
Time of Pre-Service Visitation: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Location of Service: Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 311 East Broadway Street, Oviedo, FL 32765

Service Date: August 25, 2018
Time of Service: 11:00 AM
Location of Service: Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 311 East Broadway Street, Oviedo, FL 32765
Contact: (407) 365-5341

Visitation Date: August 24, 2018
Time of Visitation: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location of Service: Grant Chapel AME Church, 387 E. Franklin Street, Oviedo, FL 32765
Contact: (407) 953-2691


A Time to be Born…
Jacqueline “Baby Sis” Wilhelmina Boston Morgan was born on September 18, 1946 to the late Harry Homer Boston Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Brockett Boston. Jack peacefully transitioned from this life on Monday, August 13, 2018 at the age of 71. She was proceeded in death by her Husband the late: James Morgan and both her parents, Father: Harry H. Boston Sr. and Mary E. Boston (one) sister; Helen D. Boston and (one) brother; Herbert N. Boston (Donnie Boy) (one) grandson; Ryan Morgan. A

Time to Learn…
Jackie received her early education at the Oviedo Elementary School in Oviedo Florida. She continued her secondary education at Crooms High School in Sanford Florida. She graduated high school in June of 1964.
A Time to Love…
Jackie met and married James Morgan on December 18, 1965. They were blessed to be the proud parents of three beautiful daughters, Marshalla L. Morgan, Oviedo FL., Sonia L. Barnes (David) Oviedo, FL. and Stephanie L. Morgan (Carnelius) Winter Park, FL.

A Time to Live…
Jackie was an appreciated employee at Winter Park Hospital for 45 years dedicated as a Dietician in Nutritional Services, making sure hospital patients got the right food. She was well loved by everyone and always kept a smile. She loved sports so much that she considered herself to be the greatest fan known to The Orlando Magic!!!

A Time to Worship…
Jackie faithfully worshipped and supported Grant Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church located in Oviedo, FL. under the Leadership of Pastor Rhonda Connelly McIntyre. She was the President of the Hayes-Jackson-Tossie Women’s Missionary Society, Secretary of the Mass Choir, served on the Usher Board, Van Ministry – ensuring the neighborhood children were brought to church services. She was elected and served dutifully on the Trustee Board.
Jackie Morgan was a true child of God. She was the most humbling sibling of the family of 6 children perhaps that was God’s way of equipping her for her walk with and empowered by the Holy Ghost to serve God as He would direct. Jackie had such a sweet spirit and always greeted you with a smile. Jackie was a peacemaker, never found fault with anyone (forgiving), always the intercessor for those in need.

She leaves precious memories that will be treasured: (one) Brother: Harry H. Boston Jr. (La Nita) Groveland, FL,; (two) Sisters: Georgia Mae Dunston (Clinton ) Oviedo, FL, Beatrice L. Mays (Anthony) Oviedo, FL,; Grandchildren: Larry Grayson (Porsche), Ryan Barnes (Chrissy), Jacquilla Barnes, Dominque Barnes, Omari Jones, Ja’Mari Wilkerson, Ja’ Mikal Wilkerson, Arbrieanna Bryant, and Mia Morgan. Greatgrands: Skylar Barnes, Makayla Barnes, Tanner Grayson. Also, a dear loving friend, sister; Sharon D. Ribbon. Brothers: Anthony Brooks (Lisa), Mark Stewart (Darlene), Jonathan Boston (Carolyn). Aunts; Dorothy English (Cincinnati, OH.), Elsie Mangham (Cincinnati, OH.), Shirley Gordon (Virginia Beach, VA.); Sisters in Laws: Shirley Reed (George), Katherine (Larry) , Teresa, Rebecca and Rosemary
And a host of nieces, nephews and loving friends.

1 Comment

  • Annie R White Posted August 17, 2018 12:30 pm

    To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always fondly remember Jackie as a beautiful person and a strong representative of Oviedo and Crooms High School! May God bless you with the consolation that your need at this time. Know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.

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