We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Minor B Eggleston Chapel
Ronnie Lee Morgan - On June 30, 2022, after a hard-fought battle, Ronnie Lee Morgan departed this earthly to a better life with his Heavenly Father. He is preceded in death by his mother, Mary Ann Brown; father, Alfred Hatcher; sister, Melissa Brown; and brother James Morgan.
Ronnie was born May 22, 1964 in Buckingham, Virginia to Mary Brown & Alfred "Nell" Hatcher. Later in life, Ronnie was baptized and joined the Spirit of Life Church of Christ in Blackstone, Virginia.
He attended Buckingham County Public Schools where he graduated in 1982 and was a member of the Knights basketball team. After graduating, Ronnie joined the National Guard and served his country for several years. His hobbies were fishing, competing 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles and working Sudoku math problems. Ronnie took great enjoyments in solving difficult math problems. He worked as a bucket operator for Mastex, Stackhouse and Ashlundh Tree Company until his health began to fail and he took an early retirement.
If he was here today, Ronnie would tell you that "God is good." Through the misfortunes, struggles and health issues that Ronnie endured, he never gave up. He kept pressing on with a positive attitude. This was his way of showing that he kept the faith and believed that everything was going to be alright.
He leaves to cherish his legacy; a devoted wife of 29 years, Phyllis J. Morgan of Rice VA; one son LeRonte of Farmville, VA; four brothers, Elwood Brown (Lois) of Cumberland, VA; Kevin Braxton, Keith Braxton, Lamont Williams of Farmville, VA; three sisters, Danielle Brown of Farmville, VA, Gina Hatcher, Melisha Perkins of Buckingham, VA; five aunts, Rebecca Morgan, Lois Wright, Jeanette Perkins and Ella Mae Perkins of Buckingham, VA, Alice Manns of Norfolk, VA; uncle, Douglas Hatcher, Irvinton, NJ; father-in-law, Reverend John Stokes of Rice, VA; sister-in-law, Barbara Forrest of Fayetteville, NC; brother-in-law, Phillip Stokes (Sylvia) of Frederick MD; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family & friends.