We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Anderson-Ragsdale Mortuary
Sherron Dee Morgan was born on June 21, 1946. She passed away on May 10th at the age of 75.
Sherron was born in San Diego California to Gervace Evelyn Portlock and Ceilan D. Morgan.
Sherron is survived by her beloved son: Raymond K. Morgan, sister Marty Hamby, sister LaDean Hatcher, brother Gary Kieth Morgan, niece Marvita Herring and family, niece Rosslynne Ludden and family and countless of loving cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Sherron grew up attending Bethel AME Church until the age of 12. She became a member of Calvary Baptist Church, pastored by S.M. Lockridge where she accepted the Lord as her personal Savior. She then became a member of Mt. Erie Baptist Church pastored by Dr. Walter G. Wells.
This is her beloved church where she praised and worshiped God. Sherron sang in the choir and was known as “Songbird”.Sherron sang soprano giving God all the glory for the wonderful gift He bestowed upon her.
She lent her voice for all occasions from funerals, gatherings, weddings, and conventions. Her voice and hand gestures when she sang to the Lord mesmerized all who saw her. Sherron was noted for songs such as “We Shall Behold Him”, “His Eye is on The Sparrow”,and “Great is Thy Faithfulness”.
Sherron attended local Elementary Schools through her senior year at San Diego High School where she graduated in 1964. Soon after she attended Berkeley University where she earned a degree as an English Major.
She worked as an Educator, then eventually worked for the San Diego County Court system. She then became a Funeral Directress at Anderson Ragsdale Mortuary until she retired.
After retiring, Sherron shared her time at Paradise Valley Hospital’s Volunteer Program where she graciously gave 17 plus years of herself.
She loved her position at Paradise Valley Hospital where she mentored hundreds of young students, retirees, and mentaly challenged volunteers. She believed that we are all able to give with a loving heart.
She was the first to volunteer for Heart Walks, Club Walks and to promote The Center for Health Promotion with Mrs. Jane Campbell
Sherron is predeceased by her Mother Ms. Gervace Morgan and Father Ceilan Morgan, her beloved Aunt Dortheria also known as Aunt Dot, and her special friend Mrs. Vernie Brooks.
Sherron is loved by many. She shines bright. She loved the Lord; she loved her family and she loved her church.