Morgan Dean Lindsay was born to Bill and Irene on October 30, 1963. As a child he experienced illness and was in and out of the hospital. At a young age Morgan was a fighter.
Morgan attended Arborfield School. Morgan’s heart was always close to the farm. As a young boy, he was always riding the tractor with his dad. He eventually left school to work with his father and brothers on the family farm. Farming and operating machinery is what he most enjoyed. Later, he rented land and joined his brothers in the leafcutter bee business.
When Morgan was not tending to the bees or working on the farm, he often headed out to join his uncles and cousins in a lively game of cards or to go fishing. From a young age, Morgan would drive around visiting his aunts, uncles and cousins. He valued family and especially enjoyed spending time with his nieces, their husbands and children. Morgan was very thoughtful. He never forgot a birthday or anniversary always remembering with a gift, a card, a visit or a phone call. He had a very special relationship with all his family –mother, brothers, nieces, aunts, uncles, and cousins- that will be remembered always.
Morgan is now with his dad, Bill Lindsay, grandparents, aunts and uncles.
He will be sadly missed by his mom, Irene Lindsay, his brothers Rick (Kathy) Lindsay, Valene (Kurt) Jordheim – Rylan, Olivia and Erika and Russell (Maureen) Lindsay, Jill (Cory) Clapson – Connor and Anna, Tanis Lindsay (Patrick Schwinghammer) – Ava, Sadie and Renee, as well as many cousins, aunts and uncles.