Howland – Morgan L. Rackliff, 34, left us unexpectedly and way too soon on Thursday, May 30, 2019 while away at work in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Morgan loved his job, even though it kept him way from his loved ones which was hard on him, but he never let it show.
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He was employed by K & M Power, and when he wasn’t away at work he worked for John Macleod or he would find his own jobs just to stay busy. He always had to stay busy. There wasn’t much he couldn’t do. He was an amazing worker and provider for his family. He did work a lot but it was to provide for his family which he loved more than anything. He was a loving husband and amazing Daddy. Morgan had the biggest heart, and he would help anyone at any time. To his family there was nothing he couldn’t do – he was their “Superman”.
When he wasn’t working he was spending every second with his family. He would play outside, build stuff, or just watch movies – whatever his family wanted to do. He watched many superhero movies with his boys because his love of movies was passed on to his boys and even his wife loved them.
He also enjoyed 4-wheeling and spending time with his mother, father, and brother in law, who he loved dearly. There was never a dull moment when he was around, as anyone could tell you. He did what he had to do and always tried to make the best out of life. He would get so pumped about witner and the snow because of his love of riding sleds, which he could never do without either Billy “Bub” Tash or Mike Buck.
Morgan is survived by the love of his life, his wife Fawn; their three sons Blake, Wyatt, and Abel, and their unborn baby girl, Ashlee; his mother Wendy Rackliff and David Bunker; three brothers, David and Raya, Paul, and Joe; three sisters, Nichole and Matt, Sara and Jerry, and Casey; his grandfather, John; mother and father in law, Lisa and Brent; two brothers in law, Sammy and April and Paul and Zoey; two sisters in law, Christy, and Amanda and Josh; nieces and nephews, Aaron, Micah, and Myles Deeds, Peyton, Ashlynn, and Eververy Tash; and many special friends, Brittany Tash, Cody fox, James McCausland, Brad Curtis, Chris Harris, John Macleod, Troy Spencer, John Phillips, Fernald Haverlock, and, of course, his boys at K & M Power. Morgan was predeceased by his father, Mark Rackliff, his Gram and Gramp Rackliff, his Gram Sandy, and his dog, Thor.
Friends are invited to visit with the family 1-3 P.M. Sunday, June 9 at the Lamson Funeral Home, Clay Chapel, 7 Lee Road, Lincoln. A celebration off Morgan’s life will be held 4 P.M. Sunday, June 9 at the American Legion in Howland.