Mildred Lindsay Morgan, age 92, of Monarch Beach, died Tuesday, May 31st, after a lengthy illness.
She was born in Byron, Wyoming, to John Daniel Lindsay and Florence Johnson Lindsay. After early childhood, her family moved to Brownsville, Texas and then to Phoenix, Arizona. Mildred graduated from Phoenix Union High School in 1931. While working for Twentieth Century Fox Theatres, she met and married Harry Eugene Morgan. Subsequently they lived in Phoenix and Southern California where Mildred designed and drew up plans for their business of building homes. They retired in 1962, built their home, and lived a number of years in Corona Del Mar and then in Monarch Beach near Dana Point.
She was very active in the LDS Church and held the Presidency of the Relief Society in the Laguna Beach Ward. She was an avid reader and was known for her culinary skills, quilting, and making of couture clothing. She also enjoyed a good game of bridge.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Grant Lindsay; two sisters, Donna Lindsay and Olive Passmore; and her husband, Harry E. Morgan.
She is survived by a brother, Dick Dahl; and a sister, Charlotte Clifford, both of Phoenix, Arizona; daughter, Carole Bunker of Las Vegas, Nevada; and three sons: Harry E. Morgan, Jr. of Lake Forest, California; Phillip Lindsay Morgan of Encinitas, California; and Michael John Morgan of Bellingham, Washington; and, eleven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.