Shelia Lipscomb Morgan was born August 11th 1956. She was called to be with the lord February 24th 2019. Shelia was the daughter of the late Lee Johnson & Beatrice Lipscomb. She was pre-deceased by her brother Glen Coleman along with sisters, Linda Coleman and Ellen Johnson.
Shelia grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Her educational experiences were forged at Franklin K. Lane High School and Brooklyn College. In 1974 she met her loving husband Neville Morgan. Together they brought a girl and a boy into the world; Shemell and Marlon Morgan. The couple embarked on a 45 year journey of love and happiness.
At the age of 23 she began her career with the United States Postal Service. She was a member of the first flat sorting machine department at the Cadman Plaza Postal Office in 1983. The Brooklynite eventually found a home as a Level 6 Mail Clerk. Throughout her illustrious 25 year career she developed a reputation as a hard-working, dedicated and respected employee. Although she was relegated to early retirement due to illness she still served as the patient advocate at the Central Brooklyn Dialysis Center.
Shelia was a strong, warm and honest person. To know her was to love her. Over the years she organized family reunions, birthdays and holiday outings just to keep the family unified. She was the backbone of the family that always welcomed everyone into her home. Shelia had a great love for music, classic shows and playing her numbers. No matter the circumstance she would always provide others with unconditional love and you had to respect it.
Although she is physically out of sight she remains in the hearts of those who loved her the most. Her brother Ricky Lipscomb, 5 nieces, 2 nephews, 4 great nieces, 5 great nephews and a host of relatives and friends. She will be truly missed but the memories she left behind will last for an eternity.