Washington Funeral Home & Cremation

Washington Funeral Home & Cremation

Kenneth Stanley Morgan

Beaver Falls, PA

Kenneth Stanley Morgan, age 48, known as “Kenny” or “Boobie” to friends and family, departed this life Monday, June 7, 2021, at the Allegheny General Hospital.
Born April 15, 1973, Kenny was the son of Kenneth S. Hollins and the late Sharon L. Cannon.

Kenny will be remembered for his gentle soul; he started his educated in Detroit, Michigan elementary Public Schools and he completed his high school education in Pittsburgh, PA.
Kenny was determined to beat the odds to show and demonstrate how to succeed despite roadblocks and temptations. Through self-discipline, continual high expectations, consistent and positive community resources he effectively became a successful entrepreneur. With new challenges comes fear, and yet the rewards of new beginnings. He was a fine example of all of this, showing courage, hard work, and setting high standards. He undoubtedly had the tools to the road of success, you felt it in his handshake, smile, and the love from his embrace. Kenny will be greatly missed by many in the community.

He was a devoted father, loving family member, and friend.

In addition to his mother he was proceeded in death by his maternal grandparents Mobry & Norisse Cannon; Maternal great grandparents George & Zayda Daniel.

He leaves behind to cherish his life, his companion Quiana Wallace, his father, Kenneth S. Hollins; his two children, Asant’e Cannon of Beaver Falls, PA & Kassiana Wallace of Beaver, PA; Sisters, Michelle Harbin of Charlotte, NC, Nechelle Hollins of Detroit, MI, Patricia (Darren) Brace of Detroit, MI. Brother; Roman Harbin of Dallas, TX. Uncle; Ralph (Jennifer) Cannon of Dallas, TX. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and life-long friends.

Viewing on Friday June 18, from 5-8 p.m. and Saturday, June 19, 2021, 12-1:00 p.m. followed by a Homegoing service at Washington Funeral Home & Cremation. 1411 6th Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA, 15010. A stream live viewing will be available on Washington Funeral Home & Cremation’s Face book Page.
All those paying respects must wear a mask. – No exceptions

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