Morgan Ray Chambers, 55 of Warner, OK rode his last ride on Tuesday February 11th, 2020. Morgan was born on July 8th, 1964 the third child to Jack and Louise Chambers. From a young age it was evident that he was fond of 3 things: rodeo, family, and mischief. His mother often told the story of little Morgan's being the 1st in his family to be baptized at the age of 7 at First Baptist in Warner, OK.
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During Morgan's youth he could be found at the local rodeo on the back of a bronc or bull; chasing the next go-round and all the pretty girls. Here he found great success, amassing an array of trophies and buckles to show for it. His best prize though came in the form of his high school sweetheart, Patsy Ann Murphy. They married young and quickly became parents to their daughter, Andrea.
Cowboy roots run deep in the Chambers family, and Morgan was no different. His father instilled in him the value of putting in a hard day's work with your hands, this skill served him well in his many years working a large cattle ranch in McAlester. Of all his achievements, Morgan considered not only participating, but winning All-Around Cowboy at the McAlester Prison rodeo to be chief. It is still unknown if Morgan was truly scared of anything, besides possibly missing out on a good time. What is known though is, he never met a stranger he wouldn't talk to or help out. You could always expect a big goofy smile and a warm greeting from Morgan when you encountered him. That cowboy and that smile will be sincerely missed by all who loved and knew him.
Morgan was preceded in death by his daughter, Andrea Henderson. Father, Jack Chambers, and mother, Louise Chambers. He is remembered by grandchildren, Racee, Cruz, and Revyn Henderson. Daughter, Ashley and her husband Josh Rogers and grandchildren Ty and Trinity Mullen. Sister and Brother-in-law Tim and Darlene Chambers-Elam. Brother and sister-in- law, Jack Wade and Susie Chambers. Sister and brother-in-law, Stella and Kenny McCoy. Special Aunt Prescilla Parent, Special Uncle Lonnie Chambers, Special Cousins Maggie Fletcher and Bobbie Edwards, as well as many nieces and nephews, special cousins and beloved friends.
Services will be held at 2pm Monday February 17th at Warner first Assembly of God with Reverend Joshua McElyea residing. Pallbearers for the services include: Travis Parent, Jeff McElhaney, Chooch Coffman, Colton Purdom, Josh Duke, Justin Crow, and JC Stroud. Honorary pallbearers include: Lonnie Chambers, Bobby Edwards, Gene Jones, Rodney Brown, Trevor Lyons, and Jamie Hibbs.
Funeral Services are under the care and direction of Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home, Muskogee., OK.