Condolence: I was a graduate student in his class. He was very helpful to me as I moved through the graduate program. I enjoyed his sense of humor and his sensitivity when working with students who had to work and get through a program I am sorry for your loss.
I was so heartbroken to hear about cousin Morgan's illness and passing. I have always looked up to Morgan because of his love for Social Issues, his Wisdom, and his love of family! Seeing him show up to family events always brought a smile to my face... He has been a Mentor and Friend to me and I will miss him so much!!! Love you Janice...
Condolence From: Deborah Allen Audate & Emmanuel John Audate
Condolence: Dear Janice:
We wish you our sincere condolences at the transition of your husband, Morgan. We valued his friendship and positive wit. As you know Morgan worked with me on a shared project, he was an invaluable resource for the families we served. We hope you continue to enjoy the fond memories of your life together.
Condolence: I was so sorry to learn of Morgan's transition. He was a stellar educator and administrator. Morgan had a sense of humor that instantly put others at ease and a keen intellect and political savvy that we all admired.
Dear Jan & the Laury family,
Lean on God's Everlasting Arm and He will sustain you during this difficult time. What a Blessing to know that your loved one may be absent from you, but he is present with the Lord. My deepest condolences to you all.
Dr. Margot H. Banks, Professor of English (Retired)
Condolence From: Rev. Robert K. Freeman, B.S., Mdiv, Dmin, Phd
Condolence: Morgan, was one of a kind. He was only a few cousins who visited my home in Claymont, Delaware. I was a young man who was lost and needed continued support to pursue my education. Thank you for you motivation, to believe in God and the belief that I could accomplish much. His visits to my family and his words of advice have guided me to achieve much in my life time. A "Twin Oaks son"who made it happen.
Janice we are indeed praying for you as you journey forward. May our God give you the grace and strength you need to continue the good you two have started in the hearts of so many. Blessings.
Condolence: I wa so sorry to about Morgan. He was so smart, classy, and funny. As a friend says, “He goes forth shining“; “What is remembered lives.” Especially thinking of you, Janice, as well as the family. Sending strength and warm hugs to you and yours at this difficult time. Much love, Marilyn
Condolence From: Janice Harris Jackson & Sidney Jackson, Sr.
Condolence: To The Family of Dr. Morgan Laury:
We were shocked and saddened to hear about your loss. It seems like yesterday when we danced at the beautiful wedding reception for Janice and Morgan. One of Morgan's graduate students told us about his passing. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.
Janice Harris Jackson (retired Kean University educator) and
Sidney L. Jackson, Sr.
Plainfield, New Jersey