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Sarah Stinson Morgan

October 18th, 1948 - January 1st, 2024

In Loving Memory of Sarah Stinson Morgan October 18, 1948 - January 1, 2024 It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Sarah Stinson Morgan on January 1, 2024. Born on October 18, 1948, Sarah was a woman of remarkable talent and passion who left a lasting mark on the lives of those fortunate enough to know her. Sarah was woman of many talents, excelling as an artist, writer, and chef. Her creative spirit touched the hearts of many, and her artistic endeavors were a source of inspiration to those around her. Her love for the written word was evident in every story she penned, and her culinary creations brought joy to countless gatherings. Sarah's true sanctuary was found in her garden. She cultivated a vibrant and enchanting oasis in her backyard, pouring her heart and soul into each blossom and leaf. The beauty she nurtured reflected her spirit, dedication, and love for creating bright, warm, beautiful places that she could enjoy with her family and friends. Sarah is survived by her husband of 45 years, William Morgan. Together, they shared a lifetime of memories, laughter, and the profound connection that only soulmates can share. Sarah is also survived by her daughter, Emily Morgan, Sisters Janie Rose & Betty Owen, Brother Bill Stinson. She was preceded in death by Robert Scott Stinson, Mother “Flash” Stinson and Father “Bubba” Stinson. As we mourn the loss of Sarah Stinson Morgan, let us also celebrate the rich tapestry of her life and the profound impact she had on everyone who had the privilege of knowing her. May her memory be a source of comfort and inspiration to us all. A memorial service to honor and remember Sarah will be held at a later date, to be announced.

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Beverly Silva

This obituary was so beautifully-written... and SPOT ON! Nice job, Emily Morgan! Mommy would be so proud of you! Sarah and Bill were the absolute BEST TEAM at entertaining guests in their beautiful and comfortable home and for creating the most happy and memorable occasions for those of us who were fortunate enough to be invited as their guests. EVERY DETAIL - from the creative and colorful table settings - to the flowers, the intimate lighting, and the DELICIOUS FOOD created an experience that far surpassed any dinner party or event I have ever attended elsewhere. The stories flowed and we always laughed... but now I'm crying at the thought that this will never happen again. This photo from March of 2016 is from an impromptu weekday lunch date for which it appears that I brought my own homemade egg salad, and Sarah made the green salad to go with it. Look at that beautiful smile! So pretty! I met Sarah in February of 1995 when she promoted me from the Front Desk of the Hotel Boulderado to a position in the Sales Office. Sarah BELIEVED IN ME and she offered me every opportunity to flourish in my career. She was a terrific leader and she treated her team with great respect. Sarah truly made every day a JOY to come to work... and I could tell endless stories about our happy days at the Boulderado. I am forever grateful for Sarah's presence in my life... and for Emily and Bill too! Thanks for the memories! With gratitude for everything you taught me, Sarah Morgan... I'll be calling out your name when I reach the pearly gates of Heaven! Forever Your Friend... ~ Beverly Silva

Published March 9th, 2024
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Meg Brown

So very sorry for your loss, Betty Owen and all other family members! Sarah had an exuberant sense of humor, a great laugh, and many gifts! My deepest sympathies to you all!! Meg Garraway Brown

Published March 9th, 2024
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Catherine and Tom Crossley

🕯️ Sarah was bigger than life itself, and more like a sister to me than a cousin. She’d tell stories that kept me laughing for days. Her artistic ability was incredible and she loved people so much. She and Bill were quite the duo of chefs, and you were well fed with the best food ever when the collaborated in the kitchen! We will miss her laugh, her smile, and her big heart! Last spring we had the honor of hoping them in Destin, and it was beyond fun! She put the fun in dysfunctional! Bill enjoyed her shenanigans and Emily tolerated it laughing along. I know she’s enjoying Heaven, seeing those she lost years ago and reminiscing of the great memories! Sarah, save us a seat by you! You are pain free now and don’t have to worry about anything. Since I was a child, I used to visit family in DeFuniak Springs, FL. She and Vickie Jennings would play tricks on me because I was younger! Just know you are missed, terribly, loved, beyond measure, and cherished! The world is not as bright without you! Until we meet again… Tom -Cat Crossley

Published March 9th, 2024
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Tyler Alpern

I remember the very first time I met Sarah 20+ years ago when I was brought to the Morgan house for a Christmas party. The tree was huge fire hazard there were so many lights on it. The whisky bread pudding was amazing. I loved visiting the house full of art and garden full of color over the years. So many memorable meals there and countless laughs. I filmed Sarah's 60th birthday party up at Tim Leifield's last home. Every night with the Morgans was fun filled for so many reasons. I loved Sarah's stories and am glad to have a few of her reading them. She was an original. Sending love to Emily and Bill from Tyler and Dan.

Published March 9th, 2024
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Ruthie Meere

What can I say about Sarah Morgan? It’s hard to describe a women that was larger than life. A creative soul from head to toe. She dove into whatever she was doing with style, personality and more than a SPLASH of color. When I first met her at Lucky’s Market, she was pitching her marketing ideas, and I was like “who is this lady? Good grief, she’s over the top!”. I should have known right then that we would become friends for life. She had the personality to steal the show, but she preferred to share the spotlight with everybody. I’m so sad to say that I don’t have a photo of her and me together, but I do have her teal leather couch. So every time I sit my ass down on it I will think of her. I think she’d like that. I loved her and I will miss her. Until we will meet again at the party in the sky, Sarah, please bring me a cosmo.

Published March 9th, 2024
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Joan Schonthaler

❤️ Memories of the most memorable are hard to parse. Sarah was not only generous and a creative dynamo who knew the Who's Who and the What's What, she was pee-your-pants funny. She adventured far and partied hard, flying off our porch swing in Tallahassee, landing, laughing, in the trash bin. But that was 1969 when her brilliant B&W photographs, some with perfectly placed rhinestones, got her to NYC and to London Film School. We all took trips (some from home), and then there's Cheyenne, New Orleans, Denver, Atlanta, and let's not forget Grayton Beach or candlelight dinners in the garden with Bill and Emily, eating crawfish etouffee. We were just yucking it up the other day about her Doppelganger in red lipstick with David Muir -- talking art, fashion, food and flowers. I will miss her mightily and know she's gathered somewhere with old friends and family. Sarah, save a place at the table for me. Joanie Schonthaler

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