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Cheryl Morgan

BORN:
04/25/1960
DIED:
09/21/2021
LOCATION:
South Charleston, WV

Cheryl Morgan

Cheryl Ann Crigger Morgan, age 61, of South Charleston, passed away Tuesday, September 21, 2021 after an extended illness.

 

She was born April 25, 1960 in Charleston, West Virginia, daughter of the late Dr. William D. Crigger and Mrs. Doris Harden Crigger. 

 

Born and raised in the Mountain State, Cheryl left to earn her Bachelor of Science at Virginia Tech. She met her husband Wayne Morgan, and they were married in her hometown in 1982. A family on the move, they raised three children in West Virginia, Virginia, and New Jersey. She found and forged communities along the way, creating lifelong friends in the process.

 

She encouraged strong and independent thinking and advocated for libraries, literacy, and the written word. While she began her career as a Certified Public Accountant before transitioning to motherhood, she discovered a second career in her lifelong love of libraries. She worked as an elementary and middle school media specialist in New Jersey and became deeply involved in the Kanawha County Public Library Board after returning to West Virginia, ultimately serving as the Board President. In her spare time, she enjoyed turtle watching in Oak Island, North Carolina and crafting beautiful gifts for her beloved grandchildren.

 

Cheryl is survived by her loving husband Wayne; daughter Jenna Morgan Caviezel (Jeremy) and their children Madeline and Miles; son Grant Morgan (Alicia) and their daughter Caroline; son Jared Morgan; brothers Bill Crigger (Robyn) and Dr. C.D. Crigger (Mary); sisters Linda Meadows and Carol Horn; and many nieces, nephews, grand nieces, and grand nephews.

 

A service to celebrate Cheryl’s life will be held outdoors at Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans, at 2:00 pm on Sunday, September 26. Pastor Jody Pistore will be officiating.

 

The family will receive friends from 12:00 noon until 1:00 pm on Sunday at the Snodgrass Funeral Home.

 

In addition to or in lieu of flowers, the family welcomes donations in her name to her beloved Kanawha County Public Library at https://www.kcpls.org/about/support-the-library/donate.

 

Masks are required at the funeral home and encouraged at the service.

 

Friends may share condolences at our website https://snodgrassfuneral.com/. Snodgrass Funeral Home is assisting the family with these arrangements.

10 replies
  1. Alice McNealy Snead says:

    I was so sorry to see of Cheryl’s passing. I went to school with her and we were Black Eagles at SCHS. My love and condolences to Wayne and children and family. May the Lord above bless you all. Alice

  2. Fred and Sandra VanGilder says:

    Sorry for the loss of your beautiful wife and Mother of your children! We are sending our deepest condolences! There really are no words to express such sadness in a time like this!! God be with you and all your family!!

  3. Elizabeth Fraser says:

    Cheryl and I met through her work with the Library. She loved to get people reading. I can remember her excitement when we started offering digital materials, so that we could reach to people anywhere in the county. I will miss her support and kindness.

  4. April Wallace says:

    To the Morgan Family, Cheryl will be greatly missed. I had a special connection with Cheryl, she served on the interview team that hired me at the Kanawha County Public Library and she introduced me to several of her friends from the St Albans community while attending the Tisket Tasket Basket Auction a few months later. Cheryl was very supportive during my employment at KCPL Even the midst of her own illness, she extended her heart felt compassion for others. This is how I will remember her legacy and.I will be eternally grateful for all the support and kindness she shared with me during my time of loss in my life. To the family, you have my heartfelt sympathy during this time. Take one day at time and cherish the wonderful memories.
    Sincerely April Wallace

  5. Kathy Tallarico Richards says:

    I’m so very sorry to hear about Cheryl’s passing. We’ve been friends since grade school. Cheryl reached out to me last year when I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. She was so sweet, kind and upbeat.
    My God bless the entire Morgan family!

  6. Steve Chambers says:

    Neva and I send our sincere condolences to the Morgan and Crigger families. We are very sorry for your loss and will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

  7. Pam, Sherman Smith and family says:

    So sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing. We always enjoyed seeing her around the ridges and Matthew remembers the first Halloween we lived there- she “pranked” him with a potato then pulled out a jumbo bag of M&Ms! She will be missed by her friends and the community.

  8. Belinda Kalt Bower says:

    CD, so sorry to hear of the loss of your sister, she was too young, I never met her, but I’m sure this leaves a hole in your heart! You and the family our in my thoughts and prayers!
    Belinda

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Visitation

  • Sunday, September 26
  • 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Graveside Service

  • Sunday, September 26
  • 2:00 pm