Jeanette Garner Morgan, age 76, of Carthage passed away Saturday, August 21, 2021 at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst from complications of COVID-19.

A native of Moore County she was a daughter of the late Edward and Madge Phillips Garner. She worked in Textiles most of her working years. She always enjoyed cooking meals and desserts for friends and family. She loved her children, grandchildren and her Rock Hill Friends Church family.

She was preceded in death by her husband James Morgan; and her brothers Alvin, Bob, Bill and Junior.

She is survived by her children  Sandra Morgan Weathersby and husband JD of Pinehurst, Allan Morgan and wife Betty of Carthage; sister Joyce Gaines of Sanford; grandchildren Taylor Weathersby of Southern Pines, Madisyn Weathersby of Mt. Pleasant, McLendyn Weathersby of Pinehurst, Savannah Morgan, Aynsleigh Morgan and Harper Morgan all of Carthage.

For the safety of everyone the family has chosen to have a private graveside service.

Memorials may be made to Rock Hill Friends Church building fund, 148 Hwy. 705 S. Eagle Springs, NC. 27242 or donations may be made to Kennedy Funeral Home to assist with funeral expenses.

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Morgan family.

Online condolences may be made at PinesFunerals.com

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  1. Jeanette was always quick with a smile or a laugh and always thinking of others. The loss will be felt here, but heaven has gained a beautiful light. Love and prayers for the family.

  2. Roberta Ference, I am so, so sorry for your loss of such a sweet lady. She passed on her personality and traits to her beautiful granddaughters, hence she lives forever. Until you meet again in Our Lords glorious house!

  3. We thought a lot of Jeanette. She was always nice to us. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Read John 14 and Psalm 23 for comfort, help and strength during your time of grief!!!

  4. My Heartfelt Sympathy and Prayers for All of Jeanettes family! A precious lady whom I knew for many years and I know she will be missed !

  5. Scott and Betty Worsham,
    We loved Jeannette and will never forget how so very much she help our family.
    She was and is a true Christian.
    Our sincere condolences and prayers to her family.

  6. So sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. She was a sweet lady and I thought a lot of her. With my deepest sympathy and prayers 🙏🏻💕

  7. Jeanette was a sweet and caring lady who loved the Lord. I have many fond memories of her since she was a neighbor, classmate, and friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, especially Sandra and Allan. God’s comfort and His peace will see you through this time.

  8. So sorry for you loss, Jennie was a very special lady. Although I didn’t get to visit as often as I would have liked to she would always welcome me with a smile and definitely try to feed me before I left. That was the way she was. Heart of gold. A sweet and caring lady. Praying for strength and comfort for the family.

  9. What wonderful memories of Jeanette @ the Phillips family reunions. May God’s grace, loving kindness and peace be with the family.

    Wesley Phillips

  10. Oh how we loved Jeanette and will miss her so!!❤️❤️❤️
    Our love & friendship is extended to you, her family!!
    God has welcomed her home!

  11. Jennie is my cousin and I am really going to miss talking to her on the phone. Jennie never said a unkind word about anyone and loved everybody. Prayers for her Friends and Family during this difficult time.

  12. My mother Rachel McNeill Womble ask me to tell Jennies Family that she is really going to miss talking to her cousin Jennie on the phone. Moma said Jennie never said a unkind word about anyone and loved everybody. Praying for All of Jennies Friends and Family.

  13. Thoughts and prayers for the family, Jeanette was one of the kindest,most compassionate and God fearing ladies I know. She was such a blessing to our family and will be missed so much.

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