Elizabeth Morgan Obituary:
Funeral Date: 3/10/2018
Elizabeth Morgan “Betsy” Meek, age 71, of San Diego, California, formerly of Warren, Arkansas died March 2, 2017. She was born February 25, 1946, a daughter of the late Samuel Baldwin Meek, Jr. and Mary Janet Morgan Meek. She was a member of the Warren High School Class of 1964, attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and held a BA degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. She was a Presbyterian and served the Gillespie School in La Jolla, California as librarian. Surviving is a son Michael Baldwin Meek, Watsonville, California; a sister Melinda Meek Hennessey, San Diego, CA, former Dean of Faculty and history teacher of Bishop’s School, La Jolla, California; cousins Cliff Morgan, Warren, Arkansas; Mike Morgan, Blue Springs, Missouri, Charles Morgan, Belton, Missouri and John B. Frazer, Jr, Warren, Arkansas; Preceding her in death in addition to her parents is a brother-in-law Gregg Hennessey; cousins Lawrence H. Derby, Jr and Samuel Arthur Derby. Betsy’s avocations included water color painting, gardening and reading, all of which brought her great joy. Betsy came up in and was very active at First Presbyterian Church in Warren, Arkansas. Through her life Betsy shared her faith in action through her loyalty to, love for, and care for her family and friends, most notably her son, Michael, her sister Melinda, her brother-in-law Gregg, her students, her friends of longstanding, her colleagues and her community. A Memorial service was held 2:00 pm, Saturday, March10, at Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Arkansas, led by speakers Pauline Appleton Hudkins and Melinda Meek Hennessey. After the service there was a reception at the home of Cliff Morgan, 403 South Myrtle Street, Warren, Arkansas. All are invited. Memorials suggested Warren Branch Library, Sandi Doss, Manager, 115 West Cypress Street, Warren, Arkansas 71671.
|Name:||Janice Gladden Wiggam|
|Message:||I have so many wonderful memories and friends throughout the years at Warren First Presbyterian Church. May God give you comfort in your loss. With love & sympathy, Janice|