Carolyn Sue Morgan

Carolyn Sue Morgan

A special lady, Carolyn Sue Morgan, 64, of Albion, PA, passed away following a short illness on April 13, 2022. She worked hard as a CNA doing in home healthcare in Wyoming and Pennsylvania. She enjoyed reading her bible. She spent much of her free time serving the Lord and was avid in church. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She will be missed very much by them. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Ruth (Lusk) Parknow, a grandson, James Myers, and several brothers and sisters. She is survived by three children, Joni Mosko and her husband, Dennis, of Albion, Michael Richards and his wife, Suzanne, of Colorado, Amanda Sue Boelter and her husband, Dan, of Wyoming, six grandchildren, three brothers and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of her life will follow family plans for summer. The Mattera Funeral Home, 188 East State Street, Albion, is handling the funeral arrangements. To light a memory candle or leave a condolence, please visit


Left by  “Jack and Doreen Strait” on 04/20/2022

Our prayers and
condolences for your loss. Sue was so well liked and will be missed by many.

Left by  “Amanda ” on 04/19/2022

There is no way I can text a lifetime, for 46 years you here with me, I am on day 6 in my book of “life without a mother” the pages are filled with love, tears, more love, more tears, regret, blessings, signs from you, phone calls, wondering, missing, and hurting. Hurting for me, but also for others that will miss you so much too. I feel a joy so deep I can’t describe you got to see your momma, you got to see loved ones up there and I will smile about that for the rest of my life. It gives me comfort to think about it.
As we used to joke about, “fine go be with your new best friend God”. I love you and I will miss you and God knows how much. I can write a book just on how much I loved you.

Left by  “Nancy Mitchell” on 04/18/2022

RIP Sue….you were a wonderful lady. You will be missed.

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