Joan Morgan

October 18, 2020

Joan Morgan

Joan Morgan- of Winchester, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sunday October 18th. Beloved daughter of the late James R. and Delcina (Inniss) Morgan. Dear sister of the late Joseph and Richard Morgan and Carolyn Canada. Cherished aunt of Tanya Andrews, Stacy A. Canada, and Janell D. Canada. Great aunt of Carisa, Camina, David Jr. and Shauntel. All services are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home.

Joan Morgan – of Winchester, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sunday October 18th, at eighty-years of age.  

Born and raised in Cambridge, Joan was the beloved daughter of the late James R. and Delcina (Inniss) Morgan. She was educated in Cambridge and a graduate of Cambridge Ringe and Latin High School.

For many years Joan worked for Polaroid as a film tester.

Joan was an avid traveler and especially enjoyed visiting Barbados where she had many family and friends.

She was an avid reader and had an extensive book collection. She also was a collector of porcelain dolls and enjoyed tending to her garden. She would plant tomatoes and give them to friends and family.  She was a gentle soul with a big heart and had an infectious smile that could brighten anyone’s day. She will be deeply missed.  

Dear sister of the late Joseph and Richard Morgan and Carolyn Canada. Cherished aunt of Tanya Andrews, Stacy A. Canada, and Janell D. Canada. Great aunt of Carisa, Camina, David Jr. and Shauntel. 

All services are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home.

All services are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home.

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  1. As a child, I recall the “people in your neighborhood” song on Sesame Street and if I were to sing a personal version Joan would certainly be a large part of it. She was always willing to stop and take time to have a conversation with the neighborhood children and listen to our stories. Although I was a child, I’ll always have fond memories of her and how she helped make our little street better than any other street around. My prayers are with her family and friends and I’ll always remember her kindness to all in our neighborhood.

  2. Julie M Mulrenan

    I can’t imagine Joan not being next door to my mother and aunt, Linda and Nancy. She was part of the family and I always felt like she was more of an aunt then a neighbor. My children Reese and Benji also love her so much. Our condolences and prayers to her family. We will miss you Joan and will always have you in our hearts.

  3. Joy D’Ornellas

    Good morning family. Words can’t truly express how close and connected I felt to cousin Joan. We had many long conversations about our family especially those in Barbados 🇧🇧 where she loved to travel. I will always treasure her last visit to NY and my husband Mark and I took her around. She enjoyed it tremendously and so did we. She had an infectious smile and she always ended her conversations with I love ❤️ 💕.I /we love you too Joan. You will forever stay in our hearts. Dear Tanya, Courtney, Stacy and Janelle stay strong. I will be praying for you all throughout this time. Love Joy and Mark D’Ornellas in New York. Also my sister Jennifer and brother David.

  4. Our family, our street, and our entire neighborhood is heartbroken to learn of Joan’s passing. “Auntie Joan,” as we were fortunate to call her, was a bright light in our orbit. She was a gentle soul with a big heart and a beautiful smile. It was a joy to be in her presence and laugh with her. We will miss sharing those times with her. Our condolences and prayers go out to her niece and her family. Rest well Joan and may God go with you.

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