Published: April 1, 2021

Jerry Wayne Morgan (70), born on May 7th, 1950 of New Johnsonville, Tennessee; passed away on Monday, March 29, 2021.

Visitation will be at Grace Chapel Church on Thursday, April 1, 2021 from 4-8 pm. The funeral will be held at Grace Chapel Church on Friday, April 2, 2021 at 11 am with Pastor Carlton Tester from Grace Chapel Church officiating. Burial will follow at Ebenezer Cemetery in New Johnsonville, Tennessee.


Jerry Wayne Morgan was born in Pulaski, Tennessee, to the parents of George Samuel Morgan and Annie Louise Morgan on May 7th, 1950. Jerry went to school in the town of Pulaski. Jerry married Janice on May 8th, 1970 and raised three children: Mike, Rebecca and Bryan. Throughout the course of his life, Jerry managed the following grocery stores: Duncan Cee Bee, Bi-Lo Grocery Store, Davis & Eslick Grocery Store. In his retirement years, he moved to New Johnsonville, Tennessee to be closer to family members. Jerry was faithful in attending his local church, Grace Chapel both in teaching and leading Bible study groups on many occasions. His dedication to God, his family and to his church led many to find salvation through Jesus from the example that he set over the course of his life.


Jerry Morgan is preceded in death by his parents: George Samuel Morgan and Annie Louise Morgan and his brother: George Donald Morgan


Jerry Morgan survived by his loving wife: Janice Morgan, his children: Mike Morgan (Julie Morgan) of New Johnsonville Tennessee, Rebecca Morgan Birdsell (Charles Birdsell) of Pulaski Tennessee, and Bryan Morgan (Sara Morgan) of Waverly Tennessee. His sister: Betty Morgan Norwood of Pulaski Tennessee, and his five grandchildren: Seth Morgan, Savannah Morgan, Gabriel Morgan, Aiden Morgan and Israel Morgan.


The Pallbearers will be: Bro. Dale Caudle, Troy Stafford, Larry Stafford, Seth Morgan, and Billy Wade Hamby.

The Morgan family wishes to give our deepest thanks and gratitude to all our extended family, church families and many others who have been a support and help to us.