Morgan, Nabil Assad

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Dr. Nabil Morgan of Richardson, TX died on Saturday, March 1, 2014.  Born in Cairo, Egypt, he received degrees from University of Texas at Dallas, the University of Toronto, and the University of Alexandria.

He married Erika Morgan in 1960; their love was an inspiration to all.  In 1966, they moved to Richardson where they raised two children, Soraya and Amir.  As a geophysicist, Dr. Morgan worked many years for Geophysical Services Incorporated/Texas Instruments.  In recent years, he served as a substitute teacher in all Richardson Independent School District junior and senior high schools.

He was known by all who met him for his kindness and love of life.  Having traveled to more than 30 countries and lived in four continents, Dr. Morgan was able to expose his family to many remarkable life experiences.  He was a loving father, grandfather, and friend.  His kindness to all will be missed.

A memorial service and reception will be held on March 8, 2014 at 3:00 pm at the Community Unitarian Universalist Church of Plano (CUUC); 2875 E. Parker Road, Plano, Texas.  (http://www.communityuuchurch.org/

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in his name to CUUC.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

23 replies on “Morgan, Nabil Assad”

Eva Coronado says:

Mr.Morgan presents will be missed here at Berkner HS. Always very polite and gracious man. I’ll miss his Good Morning’s greeting.
” RIP “

Paul Croarkin says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and family Nabil. I have fond memories of your gentle spirit.

Elena Westbrook says:

Nabil was such a kind, generous man, and well-loved by everyone. His love and care for Erika through her final illness was touching and inspiring. I will miss him terribly. Good travels, my friend.

Anita VanOuwerkerk says:

Nabil Morgan met everyone with a warm smile and firm handclasp or hug. He was generous, a delightful host to his parties, kind and thoughtful. He will be greatly missed.
With fond memories,
Anita Vanouwerkerk

Shelly Winston says:

Nabil was kind, gracious and loving and I feel richer for having known him. I know his family will miss his gentle presence. Our hearts are with you.

Atef Ebed says:

Dr.Nabil will be missed as a dear friend, and his kindness and warmth will be remembered for ever. May his soul rest in peace!

Eroletta Piasczyk says:

Dr. Morgan was a wonderful man and a great substitute at our school. The students loved him and respected his knowledge and gift of sharing. I treasured the time we were able to learn from him. He will be missed.

Helga Luest says:

What a wonderful, gentle, kind soul Nabil was. We were so fortunate to know him. Our sympathy and prayers are with you all at this profound time of loss.

Jodie Zoeller says:

I have many fond memories of Nabil and Erika entertaining me and other church members at their home. He was a wise and thoughtful friend to many. He will be missed by many, me included.

Mary Ellen Blohowiak says:

I will miss my greeting from Nabil each Sunday morning at church. It was always a treat to talk to him and discuss his travels and what we would like to learn next.

Inas barsoum says:

Dearest cousin Nabil ( or as we calls him among his extended family in egypt “BOLBOL”) …. You will be very much missed even though you have been ever since you travelled millions of miles away from your homeland egypt … But your constant care, support and never ending love to all your family members never ever stopped … A great man with exceptional mental and intellectual capabilities as well as a pure loving heart is not easy to find and indeed will be extremely missed … We love you so much dear cousin… Rest in Paradise beautiful soul …. Thank god for having had you as a great cousin and real elder brother who made us and all Egyptians very proud ….

Inas barsoum says:

Sincerest condolences to our lovely Soraya and Amir
We know how much you will miss this very exceptional dad …. But our condolence is that he left heaps of great memories that nothing can ever erase from your memories … God bless you dearies … And may his soul rest in Heaven

Derrick and Mary Painter says:

Nabil was very good at making friends and hopeless at making enemies. We get great pleasure from remembering his smile and his friendship. Rest now with Erika.

Marianne Luest says:

I am so sorry for your loss! We will miss Nabil and his gentle smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Phillip Manketo says:

Our sincere condolences for your sudden loss. We hope you can find some comfort in cherished memories of shared time together… your father was a big-hearted man who treasured his family.

Marianne says:

Dear Amir,
my thoughts are with you in these difficult times. I am sending a big hug and much love to you.

Michelle Beaubien Saye says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Mahmoud Abbas Saleh says:

I met Nabil in 1980’s and we became friend since then. He is a lovely person. We met several times after that, the last was in 2000 in Calgary, Canada. We ask God that his soul rest in peace in Heaven

Dietmar Asmus says:

My cousins, I am so sorry for your loss, I always remember my Uncle as a loving, caring and kind man. I am sure he is with your Mother and resting in peace in heaven.

Tjuana Huddleston says:

Amir,
I am sorry to hear that your dad passed. I know that you were very close to him and enjoyed your visits to Texas. I will pray for you and your family’s strength.

Trudy Bosilovic says:

Amir,
May the memories of your father help you find peace.

Yilmaz Sakallioglu says:

Nabil was my teacher on seismic exploration, we have traveled several countries togather including Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Oman, Algair, Egypt, USA and Turkey. He was generous, kind and well loved by everyone.
I am sure he is with his love Erika now and sleeps in Peace in heaven.

Bob Vincent says:

I had the pleasure of working with Nabil, mostly through the 1980s and 1990s, running training schools around the Middle East for young geophysicists and oil company clients. He had a passion for helping the new guys and passing on knowledge and was an inspirational instructor. He was also great fun and devised many great social events for his students who all respected him greatly.
A great loss, my thoughts are with you, Bob

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