ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Morgan Renauer, 23 years old, born on May 12, 1992, and passed away on March 5, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ricky Bova on March 6, 2021
Morgan,

I didn't get to know you for very long, but I am glad that I got to know you. Your sister paints you as such a beautiful soul, which I know you are. I know you are looking down and so proud of what your sister has accomplished with her life. She knows you are with every step of the way ❤. We all miss you so much.

Love,
Your brother-in-law, Ricky
Posted by Shiloh Neu on March 6, 2021
Dear Morgan,
I remember the very first night we met. I was given the job to give you a tour and show you around the area we lived in. It was truly an honor to do that. I’ll never forget you. I had so many Starbursts that I thought maybe you could use some candy too! We listened to the Fault in Our Stars soundtrack one day and I could tell when you were sitting next to me that you enjoyed it. Your poems are beautiful and so are you! Inside and out!
Love, Zoey
Posted by Justin Sims on March 6, 2021
There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss Morgan. She was one of the most caring people I have ever met. I remember coming over and spending time with the cats and just listening to music. We would talk about anything and everything. She was one of those people who would listen and try to help you no matter how crazy you felt. I remember going to the art fair and hanging out while she sold her amazing photography I loved her art so much anything she did she put her whole self into photography painting baking she was amazing at them all. We used to go looking for cool things to take pictures of while she tried to explain to me how she got that good of pictures. I'm still pretty convinced it's magic lol but she really could find the most beautiful things and pull them out with a camera it's really was amazing.
Posted by Jessica Charuba on March 6, 2021
I'm so glad I was blessed enough to have met her. I'm so thankful for her gift of capturing Mat and I's very special day of renewing our vows. ❤️ She gave us a gift that we will forever treasure.
Posted by Debra Renauer on May 12, 2020
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER!! 
I love and miss you more each and every day!!
Posted by Renee Elizabeth on May 12, 2020
Happy Birthday, Sis. Love you!

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Posted by Ricky Bova on March 6, 2021
Morgan,

I didn't get to know you for very long, but I am glad that I got to know you. Your sister paints you as such a beautiful soul, which I know you are. I know you are looking down and so proud of what your sister has accomplished with her life. She knows you are with every step of the way ❤. We all miss you so much.

Love,
Your brother-in-law, Ricky
Posted by Shiloh Neu on March 6, 2021
Dear Morgan,
I remember the very first night we met. I was given the job to give you a tour and show you around the area we lived in. It was truly an honor to do that. I’ll never forget you. I had so many Starbursts that I thought maybe you could use some candy too! We listened to the Fault in Our Stars soundtrack one day and I could tell when you were sitting next to me that you enjoyed it. Your poems are beautiful and so are you! Inside and out!
Love, Zoey
Posted by Justin Sims on March 6, 2021
There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss Morgan. She was one of the most caring people I have ever met. I remember coming over and spending time with the cats and just listening to music. We would talk about anything and everything. She was one of those people who would listen and try to help you no matter how crazy you felt. I remember going to the art fair and hanging out while she sold her amazing photography I loved her art so much anything she did she put her whole self into photography painting baking she was amazing at them all. We used to go looking for cool things to take pictures of while she tried to explain to me how she got that good of pictures. I'm still pretty convinced it's magic lol but she really could find the most beautiful things and pull them out with a camera it's really was amazing.
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My friend Morgan

Shared by Colette DeRaud on March 5, 2021
My childhood would have not been the same without Morgan. I feel so blessed to have known her and spent so much time being carefree kids together. I remember being in awe of the stories she would tell me and the cool things in her room she would show me. The times we had together with our sisters were the definition of pure joy. Playing games on our scooters, swimming in the blow up pool in her backyard, jumping on the trampoline, having dinner at each others’houses, playing with potions to try and change the weather. I learned a lot from her. Those were such good times that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Rest easy sweet Morgan ❤️

Park

Shared by Renee Elizabeth on March 5, 2021
After shopping at Westland Mall together. Mainly going into Hot Topic Topic piercing kiosk, we stopped at a park along Hines Drive and played volleyball together.  It was a really great summer day together ❤

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Shared by Liz McMillian on March 5, 2021
Even when I was young, and genuinely didn't understand what Morgan Dylan was going through, I never saw Morgan as different.  If anything I figured she was just charismatic and outspoken. I still think that way. There's never one memory of her, because there were so many moments. If you didn't have the opportunity, or didn't take the opportunity to get to know the Morgan I remember, here's what you should know. 1) she was capable of love and was loved 2) she smiled with her entire face, literally her eyes almost disappeared 3) outside of Renee, no one could compete with her fashion, she liked what she liked, and taught me to do the damn same 4) I never saw her with the same style or color hair for more than a week 5) I blame her for my green eyeshadow phase, because she was never without vibrant colors, very reflective of her soul 6) she was a fighter, a quiet fighter. What was ever exposed externally will never take away from the peace she did maintain and the joy she worked to keep. 7) she had rats, because of that I tried to bargain with my parents for a good month to let me have a couple as well. 8) her communication wasn't speech, it was art, a more profound and intimate way to tell you who she was 9) no filter, I loved that 10) Morgan is still here. The thing is people are more than bodies, we are spirit and energy (scientifically if you need proof). That energy doesn't die, and it in fact is transformed. The memories, stories, feelings, signs, they are all Morgan. It hurts we have to adjust to this way of seeing her, but with the spirit she carried, you can never truly lose her. ❤️