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Nickle Mortuary - Delta, Utah - (435)864-3412

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William "Bill" Reynold Morgan

William "Bill" Reynold Morgan
Date of Birth:
February 9, 1954
Date Deceased:
October 19, 2022
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A Family Celebration will be held at a later date

William "Bill" Reynold Morgan

WilliamMorgan2.webWilliam “Bill” Reynold Morgan of Delta, Utah, passed away Wednesday, October 19, 2022, in his home surrounded by the most important people in his life—his wife and children.

Bill was born February 9, 1954 in Twin Falls, Idaho, to Richard William Morgan, Jr. and Darlene Silcock Morgan. He also lived in Nevada and Idaho before settling in Mesa, Arizona, where he graduated from high school. Growing up, Bill loved adventure and exploring the outdoors, fishing, hunting, and especially loved his grandparents, Stella and Dick Morgan. He also enjoyed figuring out how things worked and could be improved. He developed a strong work ethic, a characteristic that defined his life, and he enjoyed working hard while being conscientious about doing a job correctly and efficiently. He learned his work ethic from working and living with his Grandpa & Grandma Morgan on their farm in Idaho.

In high school, Bill met Elizabeth Ann Morgan. He and Ann were married in Mesa, Arizona, in 1972 (later solemnized in the Los Angeles LDS Temple). After graduation Bill joined the Army, where he studied pharmacy technology and graduated first in his class. He then left the Army and joined the Air Force reserves while studying electrical engineering (and mechanical engineering) at Arizona State University. He finished second in his engineering class. He served honorably in the army for six years, and several more years in the air force reserves while attending college full time.

After graduating from Arizona State, he began his engineering career with Goodyear Aerospace and later worked for Arizona Public Service, before settling in Delta to work at the Intermountain Power Plant in 1984. He retired in 2019, although he continued providing his leadership to the plant in a limited capacity after retirement. He really enjoyed the work and the friendships he developed while working at the power plant.

He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and enjoyed serving others within the church community. Church teachings on the importance of family were central to Bill’s life, along with the importance of personal integrity. Bill’s favorite activities were riding motorcycles with his boys, barbecuing for his grandchildren on the 4th of July, passing out candy to neighborhood children on Halloween, traveling and enjoying the outdoors with Ann, visiting family in Arizona, and serving his children and helping them to live their best lives.

He is survived by the love of his life: Elizabeth Ann Morgan; and his children: Danny Morgan and grandchildren, Kelci & Jace; Aaron (Shawna) Morgan and grandchildren, Taylar, Makayla, & Brinlee; Stephanie (Rick) West and grandchildren, Danika, Karli, Logan, Clarissa, & Lydia; Christine (Todd) Seitz and grandchildren, Max, Nauvoo, Isaac, Joe, Belen, & Katelyn; and Stacie (Dan) Farmer and grandchildren, Lizzie & Alex; his parents: Richard W. Morgan Jr.; and Darlene & Louie Engelbrecht; and his siblings: Sharon, Vicki, Marla Kay, Donnie, & James.

At his request, the immediate family will have a private celebration to remember Bill’s life and legacy in lieu of a traditional funeral.

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