EDWARD H. MORGAN, LT, USN

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Lucky Bag

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From the 1945 Lucky Bag:

Edward Hamilton Morgan

Pasadena, California

Although the Severn could not furnish the smooth beaches and the pounding suri of his beloved California, "Morg's" love of the water made him choose crew for a sport. Because he was earnest in it, as in all things, and a leader the team made him its captain. Girls were attracted to him and Ham (that's what his Dad calls him) never seemed to be able to get them to leave. Always a humorist, Ed was at his best those first few minutes after reveille. "Death" (short for Death Valley), somehow unable to separate himself voluntarily from his sack that early in the morning, started each day off merrily. The Naval Academy has lost a most ardent supporter. Bon voyage, Ed. See you again, soon.

Crew 4, 3, 1, "N", Captain

The Class of 1945 was graduated in June 1944 due to World War II. The entirety of 2nd class (junior) year was removed from the curriculum.

Life & Loss

Unable to find any information about Edward's life or loss.

His engagement to Anne Hazelwood ('46, Vassar College) was announced in June 1946.

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Robert Mack '45 was also in 5th Company.


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