Jaylon Morgan, 26, passed away Nov. 1, 2018. He was born Aug. 1, 1992 in Pueblo, CO to the proud parents, GlenMorgan and Lori Montano. He is preceded in death by; grandfather, Glenword “Bubba” Morgan; grandmother, Georgia Montano; aunt, Vanessa Morgan; and uncle, Darrell Nance. He was a graduate of Pueblo South High School, Class of 2012. He was an Electrician Apprentice for the IEBW Local #111. Jaylon was always ambitious for success. He Always dreamt of big and better things for himself his family and friends. He would say, “Nothing worth having comes easy”. Jay was A positive inspiration to many people always trying to do the right thing. He would say, “The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do”. He would often talk about the pursuit of knowledge from something as small as reading book to having a mentor. He would say, “I am learning to trust the journey even if I don’t understand it” Jay was a very loving gentle person to his family, and had many close friends, some that he knew as brothers. A heart full of kindness, He was never short with the hugs or kisses and would always say he loved you. He would say, “What is Love? It is the absence of judgement “ He had an incredible sense of humor with a contagious smile. He was always there to be uplifting and nurturing, which was something he was good at. He would never hold back his opinion, if he knew it would better you.
“Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader they set out to make a difference it’s not about the role - always about the goal”
He leaves to cherish his memory his loving parents, Glen Morgan and Lori Montano; brother, Xayvion Morgan; grandmother, Joanne Morgan; great-grandmother, Emma Smith; uncles, Shawn (Paulette) Morgan, Jonas (Mary)Morgan, Tony (Anne) Montano, Clifford (Elizabeth) Morgan, Ronnie Smith, and Fred Montano; special cousins, Jazmyn Morgan, Vince Archuletta, Damion Morgan, Justin Morgan; numerous other relatives and friends.
Funeral Service 1p.m. Thursday Nov. 8, 2018 at Abundant Life Church.