In memory of
Robert E. Morlang
In memory of
Robert E. Morlang
Robert E. Morlang Jr. STONY POINT - Robert E. Morlang Jr. serenely passed away from a heart attack that occurred while on a winter camping trip he was participating in as a troop leader for his treasured Boy Scouts. It was as if he stepped from his snowshoes and walked on through the gates of glory. He was 50 years old. During the entirety of his life, Robert served others through his work with the Masons, the Eastern Stars, the Boy Scouts of America, the Big Brothers organization and various other charitable and volunteer groups too numerous to mention. Lending assistance to anyone in need was the hallmark of Robert's life, whether stranger or cherished friend, and he will be sorely missed by those fortunate to have known this outstanding human being. He is survived by his loving parents, Robert and Dolores, his sister Beverly of Memphis, Tenn., "little brother" Carl Jaigobind of Washington D.C. and dear friend Vickey Mara of Poughkeepsie. Other beloved family members include Judy Post, John Dick, Steve Rendle, Linda Gale Yell and Greg and Jessica Yell. Some comfort may be found in the knowledge that Robert passed away in beautiful, pristine surroundings, doing something he loved to do. He was without pain and friends surrounded him at the end. Visiting will be held at Michael J. Higgins Funeral Home in Stony Point on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at the funeral home.
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In memory of
Robert E. Morlang
Robert E. Morlang Jr. STONY POINT - Robert E. Morlang Jr. serenely passed away from a heart attack that occurred while on a winter camping trip he was participating in as a troop leader for his treasured Boy Scouts. It was as if he stepped from his snowshoes and walked on through the gates of glory. He was 50 years old. During the entirety of his life, Robert served others through his work with the Masons, the Eastern Stars, the Boy Scouts of America, the Big Brothers organization and various other charitable and volunteer groups too numerous to mention. Lending assistance to anyone in need was the hallmark of Robert's life, whether stranger or cherished friend, and he will be sorely missed by those fortunate to have known this outstanding human being. He is survived by his loving parents, Robert and Dolores, his sister Beverly of Memphis, Tenn., "little brother" Carl Jaigobind of Washington D.C. and dear friend Vickey Mara of Poughkeepsie. Other beloved family members include Judy Post, John Dick, Steve Rendle, Linda Gale Yell and Greg and Jessica Yell. Some comfort may be found in the knowledge that Robert passed away in beautiful, pristine surroundings, doing something he loved to do. He was without pain and friends surrounded him at the end. Visiting will be held at Michael J. Higgins Funeral Home in Stony Point on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday at the funeral home.
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