Glen Morgan, 97, of Comanche, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Thursday August 22, 2019. A graveside service, under the direction of Heartland Funeral Home of Comanche, was held 11 a.m. Saturday August 24, 2019, at the Gardens of Memory of Comanche. The family did not have a visitation period. Condolences to the family can be left online at

Glen was born November 9, 1921, in Noodle, TX, to Charles Edward and Laura Alice (Sitton) Morgan. He served his country during WW II in the United States Army Air Corp. Glen completed his higher learning with a Bachelor of Arts degree and lifelong work as an Educator. He filled positions of Principal or Superintendent at school districts in numerous towns including Corpus Christi, Brownwood, and Comanche. Glen married Jean Bird August 29, 1942 in Wichita Falls, TX, and they were married 71 years until her passing in 2014. He lived in Comanche more than 29 years and was a Deacon at First Baptist Church Comanche.

Glen is survived by daughters, Debra Legg of Washington, and Amy Bridgefarmer and husband Larry of Prosper, TX.; grandchildren, Morgan Lang and husband Kyle, Danielle Poage, Lindsey Legg, Trey Legg, Matthew Bridgefarmer and wife Jena, Mark Bridgefarmer and wife Kim; great grandchildren, Hunter Bridgefarmer, Jacob Bridgefarmer, Corin Holder, Leah Holder, Maddox Holder, Kasen Lang, Kenzie Jo Bridgefarmer, Cash Johnson, Noah Legg, Cecilia Poage, and Nathan Poage. He was preceded in death by wife, Jean Morgan; parents, Charles and Laura Morgan; a sister, Juanita Jenkins and 4 brothers.

Memorials should be sent to First Baptist Church Comanche, 407 N Houston, Comanche, TX, 76442, or the charity of choice.

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