Born on December 8, 1939 in Davenport, Iowa
Departed on February 3, 2021, in Rockledge, Florida
On Wednesday February 3, 2021, Lane Dawson Morgan of Melbourne, FL formerly of East Moline, IL was ushered into heaven at the age of 81.
Lane was born on December 8, 1939 in Davenport, IA to Mildred Peterson Morgan and I. George Morgan. Lane graduated from UTHS in 1957, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL then attended Moody Bible Institute Chicago. On October 12, 1963 he married Paula Powell. They raised two sons: Brian and Scott Morgan.
Lane worked over 40 years for Moody Radio Broadcasting, many of those years as Station Manager of WDLM, East Moline, IL. Lane was an active member of First Evangelical Free Church, Moline, IL serving in many capacities, including deacon.
Lane was proceeded in death by his parents, other relatives and a brother-in-law, Larry Powell. He is survived by his wife Paula, two sons Brian and Scott (April), three grandchildren Eric, Joel and Laura, two brothers-in-law Bob (Linda) Powell, and Jim Powell, two sisters-in-law Linda Kay Powell & Linda Lou Powell, and 28 nieces & nephews.
A memorial service is planned at Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne FL on Saturday 2pm, February 13 with a Memorial Service at a later date at First Evangelical Free Church in Moline, IL.
Online condolences may be shared at (Insert Brownlie & Maxwell Link). Memorials can be made to Moody Radio Station WDLM, 18239 E. 200th Street, Coal Valley, IL 61240
May god bless the Morgan family. Deepest sympathies in this difficult time.
Praying for the entire Morgan family as they celebrate the life of Lane. May God bless you.
He truly is safe at home. His work on earth
Completed. God Our Father comfort you during this time.
May God bless Paula and the entire Morgan family at this time. I take comfort in the fact that Lane is with our God in Heaven right now.
We are praying as Paula and family are guided through this time by the comforting hand of God. He has used you both and we await the time we too fall at his feet, speechless and thankful.
What a God filled life Lane led. He is now home in heaven. I remember him putting together shoeboxes for us to fill at OCC packing parties. Prayers for you all.
Scott and Family,
Although I never had the pleasure of meeting Lane, I know he had to be a man of great strength and integrity because I can see that in the family. It’s always tough to say good-bye, but remember the great times and now know your dad is creating new great times. God Bless all of you.
Sincerely, Todd and Jodi Hoke
We are so sorry, but what a life well lived and a true servant. Comfort that he is with Jesus!
We're sorry for your loss and are praying for you. We are thankful for the Hope we have in Jesus Christ. We look forward to seeing Lane in Heaven some day.
With our deepest sympathy to you Paula and family. May your following dayss be blessed with the wonderful assurance of knowing that in Lane, God created someone very special. Thanking God for Lane.
Dan and Nancy Hanson
At home with your Lord dear cousin.
Deepest sympathy and love to all of you. We are praying for you.