Madalyn (Sponable) Morgan

Madalyn MorganMadalyn (Sponable) Morgan, 80, of Phoenix, NY passed away on Monday July 18, 2016
after a brief illness at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, NY. She was born to her late parents,
Wilma (Olmstead) and Clark F. Sponable on December 16, 1935 in Baldwinsville, NY. Moving
to Phoenix in her junior year of high school, she then graduated from Phoenix High School
class of 1953.
Madalyn was predeceased by her husband of 55 years, Ralph A. Morgan on December 28,
2010, her son Steven A. Morgan on November 23, 2011, her brother Willard C. “Spike”
Sponable on November 28, 1973, her sister Barbara A. Sponable on April 17, 2008.
Surviving are her two daughters and sons-in-law, Gwen and Terry Schmidtmann of Phoenix,
Margo and Steve Storie of Hammond, NY; her grandson Adam Schmidtmann of Phoenix,
her granddaughter and her husband, Lyndsay and Bryan Sutton of Ft. Myers, FL; her
brother Allyn Sponable of Fulton, and her foster brother Leon Heagle of Parish; several
nieces, nephews, cousins; and her music family.
Madalyn enjoyed singing classic country music. She was a life member of Enterprise Fire
Company # 1, Auxiliary, Phoenix; an avid supporter of Relay for Life; and owner/operator of
Morgan’s Tours, Phoenix.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Phoenix Fire Hall at 1 p.m. on Saturday July 23,
with a “greet the family” time from 11.a.m until 1 p.m before the ceremony.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Fire Dept. Aux, 457 Main St., Phoenix,
NY 13135, to purchase a memorial bench for the park.

9 thoughts on “Madalyn (Sponable) Morgan

  1. Madalyn was a lovely lady whose love of life was contagious. She certainly loved country music and sang it with great joy. She will be missed by all of us on Sunday’s at 916 Riverside for music,candy bars and dinner.

  2. My wife, Diane, and I extend our condolences to the immediate and extended family members including Madlyn’s brother, Allyn Sponable, a personal friend and a member of First United Church of Fulton. May each one remember the words of the Apostle Paul, “Love never ends.”

  3. We Were Saddened To Hear Of Madalyn’s Passing, She Will Be Missed By Us, Her Music Will Live On Forever, As We Have All Her And Steve’s CD’s, Our Deepest Sympathy To Her Loving Family. Harold & Helen Standbrook, Red Creek, NY

  4. What a special lady. She will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to all of your family.
    Sending lots of love and hugs your way.

  5. Madalyn taught me my high school boyfriend how to dance, she was 2 yrs. older than me..she was a thoughtful wonderful person, she will be missed.
    AnnZahn

  6. Madalyn is a beautiful woman inside and out. Life on this earth is short. It’s hard to believe she was 80 already. Sure didn’t seem like it. She will be missed indeed, but we look forward to seeing her again in Heaven.

    Love,

  7. she loved her music and worked very hard on rely for life /she will be missed by a lot of us RIP prayers goig out to family and friends

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