Clarence Bradley Morgan
July 15, 1929 - February 4, 2013
Clarence Bradley Morgan, 83, passed away peacefully at the Valley Care Center in Okanogan, Wash.
Brad had been ill for several years but passed away Feb. 4, 2013, in the morning hours.
Brad was born July 15, 1929 to Ernest Owen and Martha Gladys Morgan in Sentinel, Okla.
He went on to attend several different schools. His high school graduation was at Davis High in Yakima, Wash. After graduation, his family moved to Tonasket, Wash. where he worked at different jobs.
In June of 1948, Brad met and married Phyllis La June Haynes. All four of their children were born in the Tonasket Hospital.
Brad wanted to fulfill his desire for Bible training. Moving to Kirkland, Wash., he attended Northwest Bible College. After studies at the college, Brad was called to a pastorate in McCleary, Wash. While pastoring there, he worked at building their church. Brad continued pastoring and helping with several churches. Brad was a real soul winner for the Lord and started a jail and prison ministry traveling to different jails and prisons across the state of Washington for several years.
Brad loved eastern Washington’s fishing and gardening, so he returned to Omak and bought a home and completed the structure. He was a perfectionist, it was beautiful. Brad was always a busy man, so he started a dry wall and painting business.
His family and his faith were always the two things that were most important to him. He touched many lives and will be greatly missed.
Brad is survived by his wife, Phyllis La June of 64 years; and his four children, Mechael Bradley Morgan of Camino Island, Cherrie June Goodwin of McCleary, Angela Day Daniel of McCleary, and Rebekah E. Hanson of Omak. He had eleven grandchildren who loved their grandpa, and he loved them. Also surviving are siblings, Rella Ann Weller of Tonasket, Wash. and LaJoy Davenport of Wenatchee. Brad was preceded in death by his parents, Earnest Owen Morgan and Martha Gladys (Bosley) Morgan; sister, Wanda Houston; and brothers, Earnest Owen Morgan II, and Robert (Bob) Morgan.
Memorial services for Brad will be held this spring.
Precht-Harrison-Nearents Chapel and the Okanogan County Crematory LLC are caring for the arrangements.