Family request that guest wear dark green if possible to the Celebration of Life.
Randolph Douglas Morgan was born on July 9, 1965 to Barbara E. Jones and John Henry Morgan Sr, in Denver, Colorado. He was the 7th child born to this union and was raised with his siblings, Ronald, Timothy, Anthony, John, Roslyn, Olivia, Mya, Penny and Debby. A large family indeed, Randy and his siblings worked together to take care of one another.
As a child, Randy enjoyed watching “Big Mama” cook food in the kitchen. He was always observant and learned at an accelerated rate because of his patience and curiosity.
Randy was educated through Denver Public Schools, where he attended George Washington High School and Manuel High School. He graduated in 1983 and would go on to serve his community with integrity.
Randy found his craft as a maintenance technician, he worked for many companies over his tenure. But, more recently worked for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. Randy met a beautiful young lady named Shana Stribling, on March 3, 2005, they were united and have been together for 17 years. The couple were blessed with the birth of three children, Ryan Morgan, Corey Morgan, and Diamond Morgan. Randy was also blessed with his two eldest children, Chris Morgan and Trey Morgan.
He would later gain an additional source of pride and joy with the addition of his grandchildren, Jaymir Morgan, Nana Morgan, and Jayce Banks, he was affectionately known as “Grandpa”.
To know Randy was to love him, he had the biggest heart and would do anything and everything for those he loved. He worked hard to put smiles on people’s faces but was not shy to speak what was on his mind. Randy enjoyed watching sports, and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Jaymir and Ryan fondly recall him taking them to the park where they played basketball.
He was also a devout man of faith, he served at Holy Trinity Church of God in Christ. Randy knew without a doubt, that his help came from the Lord.
Randy was the life of the party, he would often time take his wife, Shana to cook outs and host barbecues himself. Just about anywhere they went, someone knew Randy and had to take the time to talk to him. When he needed time for himself, Randy would hang out at home, listen to music and sing “We Are One” by Maze ft. Frankie Beverly.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Barbara E. Jones and John Henry Morgan Sr.
Randy passed away on March 20, 2022, those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Shana Stribling; children, Ryan Morgan, Corey Morgan, Diamond Morgan, Chris Morgan and Trey Morgan; siblings, Ronald, Timothy, Anthony, John, Roslyn, Olivia, Mya, Penny and Debby; his grandchildren, Jaymir Morgan, Nana Morgan, and Jayce Banks, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.