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2000 47th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
Phone: 970-353-1212
Fax: 970-353-4881
Steven Morger

Steven Jack Morger

Sunday, June 29th, 1952 - Saturday, March 28th, 2020
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Steven Morger, 67, of Greeley, passed away on March 28, 2020 at NCMC . He was born to Jack and Jodi (Barth) Morger on June 29, 1952 in Greeley.
Mr. Morger graduated from Greeley West in 1970 with a full ride music scholarship to the University of Northern Colorado. In 1976 Mr. Morger graduated Alumni at the University of Northern Colorado with a double major. Receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology and Chemistry. While also playing the Trumpet for the UNC band.
After graduating he spent a lot of time traveling to Denver and Las Vegas playing in bands with his amazing talent playing the trumpet.
On May 17th, 1986 he married Cindy Morger starting a family with their first daughter Ashley Morger. His dedication to his family was amazing. They lived a wonderful 27 years of marriage.
Working as a Chemist most of his career. He retired from the City of Evans after working there for over 12 years as a chemist in the wastewater lab.
He enjoyed putting on some Phil Collins, Bon Jovi, Foreigner, Elton John to say a few and put on a concert for anyone. He loved being outside gardening, fishing, hiking, tennis, basketball he was a man of many trades. He had a love for animals especially fish and dogs. His main love in life was his family. Once retired he was a dedicated grandfather. Everyone enjoyed his presence as his smile would always make you feel better and he always offered his shoulder to anyone that needed it.
Steve is survived by his daughter Ashley Morger and his three grandchildren Domonique Huntington, Samaya Huntington and Zane Huntington
Steve was preceded in death by his parents Jack Morger, Jodi (Barth) Morger and his sister Susan Simmons
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Randy Ziegenbein

Posted at 05:12pm
Steve was one of the best friends I have ever had in my life. We weren't good at keeping in touch in recent years but that didn't matter. Wow, the memories. When I think of Steve I always end up with a smile and a laugh. We had such a good time together.

I first met Steve in Junior high. That must have been around 1966 or so. We were the best friends in high school. Steve was the most talented and smartest person I knew. He was a gifted trumpet player and made me think I was better than I was because I sat next to him. He could jam on solos like nobody else. Oh how I wanted to play like Morger could! We had some classes together through the high school years and even some college classes. Steve would beat me on the exams every time. He wouldn't brag about it, I only knew because I strived to be as good as him and would ask.

The summer of '71 we did a road trip. Just the 2 of us in a MG Midget. The first stop was at my Dad's farm in Nebraska and we got together for a family picnic. My uncle told us to be careful as we might "get rolled" by some bad person. That term hit us so funny that we joked about it the entire trip. We drove to Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls, New York City, Washington DC, and then all the way down to New Orleans. We would take turns driving, each required to drive 400 miles. He would say after about 200 miles, "what wrong, Zig, getting a little tired? You only have 200 to go!" When we were in NYC, we slept in the parking lot at JFK every night. I have the 8 track tape we played on the trip right here on my book shelf. (The Doors, LA Woman)

In New Orleans we had such a good time with all the Jazz being played. We saw Al Hirt in his own club.

When the trip was over we said we need to make sure and do this again. We never did.
After college, Steve came down to Phoenix to visit me and we went to see the Count Basie Band. That was around 1975. After that, we would get together now and then when I came back to Greeley. It was always like we had not been apart and the good times continued.

I was most recently thinking about Steve and getting ready to get in contact regarding our 50 year high school reunion. I was so looking forward to getting together again. The great memories will live on. I will never forget the fantastic time I had with Steve. He made my life so much fun. Rest in Peace, Good Friend.

Randy Ziegenbein

 
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Ashley_morger Posted at 05:17pm

Oh man he told me so many stories about you and the adventures you two had. A true friendship. It's so comforting seeing all of the memories. My father was a great man.
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