Morgan Joseph Obituary, Death Cause – Even though he was born in the town of Morganza, which is also in the state of Louisiana, he spent the majority of his life in the town of Ventress, which is also located in Louisiana. In the year 2023, on April 8th, he passed away when he was a resident of the LaCour House, which was situated in New Roads, Louisiana. Because he had been a member of the United States Army throughout the Korean War.
He was qualified to be called a veteran of the conflict. In addition to that, during the entirety of his life, he had worked as a pecan farmer, had been a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 995, and had worked at both Big Cajun I and II. He is survived by his daughters Margaret Langdon (and her husband David), Samantha Green (and her husband Peter), sons Randy Vosburg and his wife Peggy and Morgan G.
Vosburg II (and his wife Tammy), brothers Bobby Vosburg and Larry Vosburg, sisters Rose Bergeron and Patsy Barrios, fourteen granddaughters, and fifteen great-grandchildren. In addition, he is survived by his brothers Bobby Vosburg and Larry Vosburg. In addition to that, he is survived by both of his brothers, Bobby Vosburg and Larry Vosburg. His daughters Ann Laws (Parkerson) and Jeanne Chustz (David), as well as his son Kerry Vosburg, all passed away before he did.
Before he was born, both of his parents, Morgan George Vosburg and Ida Mae Mix Vosburg, had already passed away. Betty LeBlanc Vosburg, the mother of his children, had also passed away before he was born. On the morning of Wednesday, April 12, 2023, beginning at 9:00 AM and continuing until the time of the Christian burial mass at 11:00 AM, there will be a viewing held at the St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Morganza.
This will begin at 9:00 AM and continue until the time of the mass. The screening is going to take place. After the burial service has come to a close, the body will be laid to rest at the cemetery that is adjacent to the church. At his funeral, his great-grandsons Cole Langdon and Clayton David, together with his grandkids Nicholas Vosburg, Parkerson E. Laws, and Cody Laws, will serve as pallbearers.
Additionally, his grandchildren Nicholas Vosburg and Morgan George Vosburg III will also serve as pallbearers. Archie Lee Girlinghouse, Duane “Pete” Portero, and Salvador Joseph “Boobie” Tuminello will be serving as honorary pallbearers, as it has been decided. You are invited to make a contribution to the St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Morganza in place of sending flowers or as an alternative to expressing your sorrow.