Paul Morgan

November 16, 1941 - February 8, 2024

11/16/1941 - 02/08/2024

HENDERSONVILLE – Paul Winston Morgan, 82, passed away Thursday, February 8, 2024 at his home surrounded by his family.

A lifelong resident of Henderson County, Mr. Morgan built new homes for a multitude of families for over 30 years.  He was a caring and loving man, who will always be remembered as being a friend to everyone.

Mr. Morgan was the son of the late Ted and Agnes Morgan, and was preceded in death by three brothers: Pressley, James, and Piercy Morgan.

Surviving are his wife of 60 years, Shirley Bowlin Morgan, of the home; son, James Morgan; brother, Phillip Morgan of Saluda; sister, Pat Cabe of Franklin, NC; sister-in-law, Ina Jo Morgan of Pineville, LA; and nieces: Donna, Caroline, Patri and Lauren.

Per Mr. Morgan’s request, there will be no services at this time.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital at, or to the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital at

Forest Lawn Funeral Home is honored to assist Mr. Morgan’s family with his arrangements.

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Patty Johnson
7 days ago

Shirley & Jimmy,
I am so sorry for the passing of Paul. He was a great man that loved you two so much! You two are in my thoughts and prayers. May our Heavenly Father give you a peace that only He can💜

Patty Johnson

Janice Cole
11 days ago

As far back as my mind will go, Uncle Paul was an important person in my life. The week-long visits when I was small and he and Aunt Shirley lived in the little house in Saluda, his mom and dad across the driveway…..those were times that I told my children about and now tell my grandchildren. They always made us feel so at home. Memories of his dry sense of humor will always make me smile. He was great with the one-liners! We won’t even discuss the “teeth trick”….. I realize that his body was tired, but I wish I could have seen and talked to him one more time. I wish I could have hugged him again and told him again that I loved him. My prayers now will be for comfort, peace and healing for Aunt Shirley, Jimmy, his family and ours. He may be gone from us physically, but he will always remain with us in treasured memories as long we live. He was one of a kind in many, many ways.