Philip Morgan

Obituary of Philip Keith Morgan

PHILIP KEITH MORGAN Albany- Keith Morgan, 66 of Albany entered peacefully into eternal life on Saturday, December 26, 2020 at his home in Albany. Born in Troy, NY on May 14, 1954, he was the son of the late Philip H. and Phyllis Ann (Hepp) Morgan. He graduated from Shaker High School and attended Siena College before joining his family's business. Keith was in charge of operations at Chapman Stained Glass Studio in Albany for over 30 years. Always a hard worker and fearless about working at the heights his trade often required, he dedicated himself to the stained glass craft. During the 1970's and 80's, Keith could be easily identified, driving his trademark 1966 Ford Mustang convertible around the area. He enjoyed skiing, golfing and fishing however his favorite pastime was boating and water skiing on Lake George. Keith had many fond memories of time spent with cousins and friends. Keith suffered a series of strokes in his early 50's that left him disabled and also had battled and beat cancer. Through all his adversities, he never became bitter or complained and always maintained an interest in the welfare of his son, his nieces and nephews. His life philosophy was a testament to the expression "never give up" In addition to his loving son Brian Morgan, Keith is also survived by his devoted siblings Kevin (Katie) Morgan and Christine (Mike) Morgan-Dempsey. His family is extremely grateful to his longtime aide Sharon, through whose wonderful care, Keith was able to maintain a quality life. Do to the pandemic, services will be held privately at the family's convenience. For directions, information, or to light a memory candle for the family please visit
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