MORGAN, Paul Jerome November 2, 1957 May 25, 2019 The Man. The Myth. The Legend. Men aspired to be him; Women wanted to be with him. Paul J. Morgan lived his life boldly and with gusto. He died on May 25, 2019 after a long, debilitating illness related to a brain tumor and subsequent treatments. Paul made life larger by living it fully, steeped in friendship, faith, passion, generosity, and family. Paul selflessly gave back much more than he took from life. His greatest achievement is his two beautiful daughters, Sophie Rae and Elle Morgan. They are and will always be the true light and loves of his life. Throughout his illness, the moments he shared with his girls were the bright spots which kept him going. Paul loved the world in all forms. He was a life-long photographer and through his lens he captured the incredible layers of human beauty. His remarkable talent and creativity coaxed nuance, color, light, and shadow out of every shot. His demands on his staff for perfection lifted all to new heights. Paul traveled extensively with Flying Doctors of America documenting the tragedy and heart and soul of humanity. Paul passionately immersed himself in his hobbies. There are harrowing tales of double diamond skiing with the Dog Brothers, careening the highways with JimBob on their motorcycles, and challenging the wind and waves while sailing the Great Lakes and Lake Texoma. Taos was his true spiritual home and Paul spent many years visiting and eventually living at the feet of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. He was a man of deep faith and ready to meet his maker. His last conversation went something like this, "we love you, Paul" and his reply was "Right back atcha." Preceded in death by his parents James and Veronica and siblings Suzanne, Michael, and Peter. Survived by his daughters Sophie and Elle, siblings Gregory, Morgan, Mark, Veronica, Bernadette, Dodie, and Rosemary as well as extended family. Donations can be made to Flying Doctors of America.