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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #30 on: January 10, 2014, 12:41:36 PM »
 Put $100 in last night as soon as the Link was up in evening.  I can do without Latte's for a month or more ..  This is important stuff , give whatever you can..

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #31 on: January 10, 2014, 02:52:47 PM »
I am unable to until the 15th which is when I get paid. I won't be able to donate much but I know anything is appreciated to help with expenses. If anything is a worthy cause this sure is it.
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« Reply #32 on: January 10, 2014, 05:36:21 PM »
sorry to hear this.... my condolences... .
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #33 on: January 10, 2014, 10:28:46 PM »
I bought parts from Fred just once. I am not sure he asked enough to cover shipping, let alone make a profit. I don't believe I have ever felt so much at a stranger's passing. Fred's name was mentioned here so often, that the only word printed here more often than the name Fred was, Pinto. I hope my donation can be used to carve a pinto on his headstone. God Bless you Fred.
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« Reply #34 on: January 10, 2014, 11:52:49 PM »
Kim, Right on!

I just matched it personally...

Who else?



Count me in for $100... just made the donation. 

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #35 on: January 11, 2014, 08:29:52 AM »
I don't know if you all noticed, I know some don't go to the home page all the time, but Scott put a donation button to help pay for the cost of Fred's memorial and other expenses.

I just donated $100.00. Who is going to match it?? :D

matched in memory of Fred Morgan, I only wish there was more I could do to help ~cookieboy
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #36 on: January 11, 2014, 12:37:42 PM »
I havent been on in a while, I check every so often. look at the site today and i see this. Fred was an absolutely Amazing man. Him and joy brought the 78 we bought down to us instead of going up there to get it. Very kind man. Fred will be missed by all here that have met or talked to him. Ill keep tabs to find out when his service is.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #37 on: January 11, 2014, 12:56:45 PM »
 I have bought many parts from Fred over the years,and shared in many conversations about how to go about modifying other parts to work... Fred and I also talked quite a bit about Wyatt Earp since the old homestead was accessible by a sand rail ride!    Fred my friend  you will surely be missed ! Thanks for all you have done and helped me with over the years to keep my ride on the road ! God bless you ! And to you Joy my deepest condolences ..
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #38 on: January 11, 2014, 02:39:00 PM »
I havent been on in a while, I check every so often. look at the site today and i see this. Fred was an absolutely Amazing man. Him and joy brought the 78 we bought down to us instead of going up there to get it. Very kind man. Fred will be missed by all here that have met or talked to him. Ill keep tabs to find out when his service is.

In a Email from his Wife Joy, I had asked about any final arrangements, Fred's wishes were for his body to go to cancer research. Joy had no plans for any services due to financial cost. She left the memorial up to us at the Web site.  Unless there is a change of circumstance, this is where it stands.
 In her last Email , she stated she was so overwhelmed and glad Fred, had so many people that cared so deeply.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #39 on: January 11, 2014, 09:23:05 PM »
Thanks pintosopher.

I donated as well. its not much but its something.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #40 on: January 12, 2014, 10:27:10 AM »

Also, I have a thread open in the Admin boards to settle on a amount to Donate from the Club...

OK, the site will donate $200 to Joy for the Fred Morgan Memorial. $50 was already donated but an additional $150 is on it's way.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #41 on: January 12, 2014, 11:24:24 AM »
ALL,

This is in response to an email from Joy- the email was longer and more personal but I wanted to make sure everyone was in the loop on these points made about our community... I am honored with the response from everyone in this time of need for one of our family.

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Joy,

Good to hear from you, I hope you are doing better as each day unfolds.

Fred was a unique individual in the Pinto Community, if not the best person for what was needed. We have had several step up to the plate to try and be a parts vendors in the 12 Years the PCCA has been in existence. Fred was by far the best example the community could have asked for. He not only helped countless individuals with their projects or repairs, he actually cared. Everyone was always commenting about Fred’s honesty, professionalis m, turnaround time and his overall technical assistance. He was a pillar in our little community.

No one will be able to fill his shoes…

As you can see, the Pinto community needs to heal as well. The Memorial fund is not only to help you in this time of need but it serves a different purpose for everyone. It gives us an outlet to do something for you and Fred directly, from each individual. Although we know there is no way to fix this situation, the fund allows us to join together as a family and provide for you which in turn helps everyone to heal in their own way. Please accept the funds as an emotional outpouring of our need for healing and especially the need to contact you directly and let you know we care.

Joy- please consider the PCCA has an extension of your family, you most definitely are our family.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #42 on: January 12, 2014, 01:32:42 PM »
ALL,

This is in response to an email from Joy- the email was longer and more personal but I wanted to make sure everyone was in the loop on these points made about our community... I am honored with the response from everyone in this time of need for one of our family.

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Joy,

Good to hear from you, I hope you are doing better as each day unfolds.

Fred was a unique individual in the Pinto Community, if not the best person for what was needed. We have had several step up to the plate to try and be a parts vendors in the 12 Years the PCCA has been in existence. Fred was by far the best example the community could have asked for. He not only helped countless individuals with their projects or repairs, he actually cared. Everyone was always commenting about Fred’s honesty, professionalis m, turnaround time and his overall technical assistance. He was a pillar in our little community.

No one will be able to fill his shoes…

As you can see, the Pinto community needs to heal as well. The Memorial fund is not only to help you in this time of need but it serves a different purpose for everyone. It gives us an outlet to do something for you and Fred directly, from each individual. Although we know there is no way to fix this situation, the fund allows us to join together as a family and provide for you which in turn helps everyone to heal in their own way. Please accept the funds as an emotional outpouring of our need for healing and especially the need to contact you directly and let you know we care.

Joy- please consider the PCCA has an extension of your family, you most definitely are our family.

Scott Hamilton
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Wow, made me cry! :D  Very nice and very true. Thanks Scott. I'm no good with words but you spoke for me too. That is exactly how I feel.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #43 on: January 12, 2014, 02:28:36 PM »
ALL,

This is in response to an email from Joy- the email was longer and more personal but I wanted to make sure everyone was in the loop on these points made about our community... I am honored with the response from everyone in this time of need for one of our family.

*******************************************************************
Joy,

Good to hear from you, I hope you are doing better as each day unfolds.

Fred was a unique individual in the Pinto Community, if not the best person for what was needed. We have had several step up to the plate to try and be a parts vendors in the 12 Years the PCCA has been in existence. Fred was by far the best example the community could have asked for. He not only helped countless individuals with their projects or repairs, he actually cared. Everyone was always commenting about Fred’s honesty, professionalis m, turnaround time and his overall technical assistance. He was a pillar in our little community.

No one will be able to fill his shoes…

As you can see, the Pinto community needs to heal as well. The Memorial fund is not only to help you in this time of need but it serves a different purpose for everyone. It gives us an outlet to do something for you and Fred directly, from each individual. Although we know there is no way to fix this situation, the fund allows us to join together as a family and provide for you which in turn helps everyone to heal in their own way. Please accept the funds as an emotional outpouring of our need for healing and especially the need to contact you directly and let you know we care.

Joy- please consider the PCCA has an extension of your family, you most definitely are our family.

Scott Hamilton
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Well Said Scott, You made a old Curmudgeon tear up :'(
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #44 on: January 12, 2014, 03:03:41 PM »
It was a pleasure to have met Fred a few years ago when he picked up parts for another member to save on shipping . We were going to met at a location but he surprised me by showing up at my house.  Sorry to hear of his passing.
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #45 on: January 12, 2014, 08:30:20 PM »
To All The Kind Members Of PCCA

This is Joy Morgan

     I want to thank you all for your kindness & generosity.  It is overwhelming for me.

     Fred enjoyed the many years he spent on PCCA.  Helping many of you obtain parts you needed or giving useful information & directions.  There was also a lot of fun going on.  Most days I could hear him laughing about something.  He also made some lasting friendships.  In 2009 when we took our trip around the U.S. he had so much fun dropping in unannounced, blowing the big truck horn at many of the PCCA's members house.  We got to meet in person a lot of nice people.  We got stopped twice in different states by the Highway Patrol.  Each time they wanted to know why there were car parts in the boat we were towing.  Each time he explained who he was, where he was from & that he was delivering these parts to PCCA members.  The officers would laugh like they didn't believe him so he said I'll show you.  He would get the computer, go on the website & show the officers the thread.  Then they laughed for real & let him go without a ticket.

     Fred chose to not mention his illness on the site.  During the month of December he was always going on the site just to see what was going on but he would be on as a guest so nobody could see him.  He stayed connected to you all to the end.

     I sure hope he can see how much he was appreciated & how well liked he was.

     Thank you all again for your kindness & letting me know what Fred meant to you.

                                                                                                Joy

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #46 on: January 13, 2014, 01:13:46 AM »
To All The Kind Members of PCCA

This is Joy Morgan

     Over the years Fred would often say what a great site this was.  That he had gone to other car club sites to check them out, see what they do.  He said that they were boring, that they rarely talked to each other & they didn't try to help each other very much.  He said this site was the best place.  You all kidded around with each other, tried your best to help each other & it was just a great friendly place.  I totally agree with him.  This is a great site because it is full of wonderful, caring people.  You should all be proud of the site you have all created along with your Fearless Leader Scott Hamilton.

     Thank you for all the wonderful years you shared with Fred.

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #47 on: January 13, 2014, 03:46:13 PM »
You are very welcome Joy and I'm sure Fred sees what we are all doing and is very happy. You also deserve a kudos too because you put up with his antics. Like street signs and all. LOL  You were a big part of Fred's life and you deserve to be acknowledge too. I know he probably wouldn't have done half as much if it wasn't for you, or, maybe I should say if it wasn't for you, he would have gotten into trouble more. LOL

Thanks for letting us all know you are out there and appreciate what we are all doing for you and Fred. :D


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« Reply #48 on: January 13, 2014, 05:42:56 PM »
well put Kim, I couldn't have said it any better.  I second that!

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #49 on: January 13, 2014, 06:26:33 PM »
God Bless you Joy and God Bless Fred. We will miss him, even those of us who never met him felt we knew him.  I understand some of the happiness he got from the community,  Meeting all these great people is an honor and quite a unique experience that I get to do every year with the Stampede. It draws you in and keeps you doing it, to see another Pinto join the group is something you cannot explain.  But for Fred it was more than that, he brought pinto's back to life and helped give strangers who later became friends their baby back, and that is immeasurable. The  Stampede owes Fred tremendously, many of our participants made it because of help from Fred. I am truly sorry for your loss.
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #50 on: January 14, 2014, 10:46:46 PM »
I was lucky to meet Fred one year at knotty and always liked taking to him even if we posted small jokes on the shout box.his help with parts and knowledge will be missed.r.I.p. Fred chris
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #51 on: January 27, 2014, 11:11:59 AM »
As I sit here , trying to ignore the Monday B.S. , I remember how Fred would always send me a email with the usual images attached and some irreverent comment. Later , in the evening, he would post some silly comment about his Fav Show "2-1/2 Men"  and be laffin his Arse off! God Bless you Fred, those Iced Vodkanockers taste even better where you are today!

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #52 on: February 19, 2014, 09:03:05 PM »
WOW... Speechless.... .

I've been gone a long time after my computer crashed and i lost this link. Last time i was here me and Fred were talking about an engine and trans i was looking for awhile back. He was too far away for me to get it. (Him in AZ and me in CA)
 I just found this site and remembered my account and was about to contact him about some shippable parts only to find this has happened..

Sad to find him gone, He was a real nice guy and im sorry i never got to meet him and do business with him.  My condolences to his family, He will be missed...

Thank you for your kind messages Fred.......... R.I.P

Steve

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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #53 on: April 23, 2014, 01:27:42 AM »
SO very saddened as I head for bed this early morning, as I just found out - I had written to him today about parts and got a response from his wife. I am so very sorry for Joy's loss and Fred will be missed. What a wonderful generous man, who helped me throughout my restoration, without him my car would not be as far along as it is today. God Bless their family.
 
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Re: Fred Morgan
« Reply #54 on: July 01, 2014, 10:55:40 AM »
I`ll always have him with me in my thoughts and in my heart Fred is the best
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