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Morgan, Paul R. December 21, 1934 - May 5, 2021

Paul Robert Morgan, age 86, of Belvidere, NJ passed away on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at Chelsea Assisted Living in Belvidere, NJ.  Paul was born December 21, 1934 in Summit, NJ to the late Allen and Anna (Martin) Morgan.

Paul was predeceased by his high school sweetheart, who later became his wife, Elizabeth Onderdonk Morgan. Paul and Liz were married for 63 years.  He leaves their four children, Miriam (Mimi) and her late husband Thomas Knight; Sharon Morgan; Paul Robert, Jr and his wife Julie, and Joanna and her husband Whitney Smith.   He also leaves his 10 adored grandchildren Emily, Paul, Dana, David, Michelle, Anna, Greta, George, Morgan and Reid.

While at Summit High School, Paul played football and baseball and was fondly known as “Moose” Morgan.  He continued his love sports in later life playing tennis, softball, and paddle tennis.

Paul served in the Army and was stationed in Germany.

He always had time to attend the many activities that his children and grandchildren had participated in.  He will be remembered for his passion for life, drive to succeed, kindness and profound love for his family.

Paul was the owner of Nationwide Yellow Pages in Chatham, NJ which he started with his brother, Allen.  He lived in Florham Park where he raised his four children.  He later moved to Madison, Washington Township, and lived his final years in Belvidere.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 21, 2021 at St. Teresa’s of Avila, Catholic Church in Summit, NJ at 9:30 am.  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Cochran Funeral Home 905 High Street, Hackettstown NJ 07840.  Those wishing to leave an online condolence may do so at www.cochran


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    Betty Brennan says

    Paul Morgan was a good man. He was the best boss anyone could ever have. Paul was a wonderful family man and extremely helpful to his employees. Paul will be severely missed.

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    Linda Messina says

    There is not enough room to tell you what an extraordinary man, friend and boss who would go the extra mile for all. He will truly be missed. My heartfelt sympathies to you all. Mimi, Sharon, Paul and Joanna

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    Terri and Dave Julich says

    We’re so sorry to lose Paul. He was a kind man who loved his family and was so proud of them. Very thankful we got to know him and Liz who were such special people and will be greatly missed. Our condolences and sincere sympathy to his wonderful family who have endured so much loss and heartbreak. May they take comfort knowing how loved he was. RIP Paul.

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    Mike Schollmeyer says

    I’m part of a group of lifelong Florham Park friends who had the pleasure of playing softball with Paul when we were in high school and college. He was just a bit older than us – we went to school with Paul’s kids and he was the same age as our parents. But we loved him dearly and considered him a great friend and an amazing teammate. I’ll always cherish those memories. Condolences and warm wishes to Paul’s family. He was an extraordinary man.

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    Wendi S. Elton says

    I loved every moment I got to work with Paul. He was incredibly kind, wonderful to be around…quite a card. I’m so terribly sorry to Joanna, Mimi, Sharon, Paul and the extended family for the loss of your Dad. I hope the reunion of he and Liz was spectacular and that your memories heal your hearts!

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    John McElgunn says

    Well said Mike!! As one of those FP friends who played softball with Paul, I/we all enjoyed his company and sense of humor. A wonderful man. To the family our condolences and thank you for sharing him with us. RIP Paul.

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    John McElgunn says

    Well said Mike!! I/we all enjoyed his company and sense of humor. A wonderful man. To the family our condolences and thank you for sharing him with us. RIP Paul.

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    Ralph DeFeo says

    One of the best men I have ever known. I met Paul in the 80’s and did business with him for over 30 years. Paul would always call to check in, even after we were no longer doing business together. We would talk about cars (his latest souped up Taurus) and of course puppies (we so loved those boxers). I called him several times when COVID hit to check in on him but unfortunately was unable to make contact. I thought of him again today when a fast Taurus passed me on the freeway, and then I thought to google him when I got to the office and learned of this very sad news.

    I will forever miss your spontaneous phone calls Paul. It was ALWAYS a pleasure to talk with you. You made the world a better place for us all and I am forever grateful to have known you.

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