October 29, 2021, Terry Morgan, loving husband, dad, brother, Papa, uncle, mentor, and friend left this earth after a lengthy illness to join his Father in Heaven. Knowing he is also joining his parents and dear friends gives us all more comfort.Terry L. Morgan was born in Walkerville, AR October 11, 1938, to Conrad and Alverne Hudson Morgan. He is survived by his wife of 24 years Linda; son Jeff and wife Laura and daughters Haley Morgan and Lauren Franssen; son Sean Morgan and children Ashley and Christian Morgan; brother Michael and wife Linda Morgan and children Daniel and Holly; and brother Murray and wife Krista Morgan and sons Kenneth, Eric, and Shane.A few special people in Terry's life were his Papa Glenn, who married Terry's mother after his father passed from this earth too early. He was very fond of his uncle Larry Hudson, brother to Terry's mother. Terry loved visiting Larry in Lewisville, AR and had hoped to get there one last time before his illness took a turn this year.Terry played basketball at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA and had fond memories of his days there. In 1959, he married and went to work for Bethlehem Steel. The interview for this job was on the side of the road near Springhill, LA. He worked in Magnolia, AR; and Greenwood, Many, and Houma, LA during his 10 years with them. In 1971, he went to work for Demco and in 1977, he moved to Oklahoma City as the international sales manager for the company which would later become Cooper Cameron. His job allowed him to travel the world until he retired in 2005 as the United States general sales manager.Although Terry received many accolades as a businessman and mentor to his marketing and sales teams, he was most proud of being a husband and father. In 1997, Terry married Linda, his loving companion, comforter, and supporter. Together they enjoyed gardening, entertaining and traveling to see friends and family. Terry loved to brag about how he taught each grandchild to fish in the lake behind their home. He and Linda spent countless hours working in the yard to ensure their gardens and view were beautiful to everyone they entertained on their back patio; watching the sunsets, reveling in the view, was something they loved to share with everyone.He also loved attending his grandchildren's sporting events. He was so proud to watch Haley compete in her tennis matches, Ashley in her volleyball games, and Christian playing football. He had full bragging rights and was proud to tell anyone willing to listen how exceptional and driven Jeff and his grandchildren are.The family wishes to extend a special thank you to his physician, Dr. Robert Reynolds, and all of his nurses at Mercy who cared so deeply for him as he fought his illness. He said many times, he loved life and felt blessed by his family and friends. Terry never had an ill word to say about anyone.The family suggests contributions to Chapel Hill Methodist Church, 2717 W Hefner Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73120 where Terry was a member and volunteer usher. His celebration of life will be held at Smith and Kernke Funeral Home, 14624 N May Avenue, Oklahoma City, Saturday, December 11 at 2:00 PM.