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Morgan Smith

October 14, 1956 — May 3, 2024


Francis Morgan Smith was born October 14, 1956, in Woodland, California, and passed away May, 3, 2024, at his home at Vanzant, Missouri.  

Morgan spent his younger years in California, Norwood, and Vanzant.   For some of those years, he lived with his grandparents, Henson "Rosie" and Eva Smith at Vanzant.  He attended school at Vanzant, Mountain Grove, and Norwood.   After high school, Morgan worked in the oil fields in North Dakota where he met and married his wife, Anna Hatzenbuhler.   They were later divorced, but were blessed with three beautiful daughters, Crystal, Missy, and Rose.  He also had one son, Scott.  

Morgan had worked in both North Dakota and Iowa, but mostly around Mountain Grove driving trucks and sawmilling.  He attended Twin Knobs Church in Vanzant, Missouri.  Morgan loved to fish and camp out on the Ozarks riverbanks.  

He was preceded in death by his father, George M. Smith, brothers, David Smith, Johnny Parker, and infant, Calvin Smith. 

Morgan is survived by his mother and step-father, Basil and Hazel Smith, his step-mother, Joyce Smith, four brothers, Danny Smith, Russell Smith, Tim Parker, and Mike Parker, one sister, Brenda Ward, three daughters, Crystal Steinbeisser, Rose Lenerville, and Melissa Smith, one son, Scott Skubal, seven grandchildren, Jorgia Smith, Adrian Trimble, Conner Skubal, Katlyn Skubal, Kaie Steinbeisser, Kane Steinbeisser, and Kyra Steinbeisser, and many nieces and nephews who will miss him.  

No memorial services are planned at this time.

Memorial contributions may be made to Twin Knobs Church or to Union Chapel Cemetery #2.
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