Alex E. Morgan

Alexander Eugene Matthew Morgan, 47, of Indianapolis passed away suddenly Saturday, November 3, 2018. Alex was born in Pequannock Township, NJ on May 28, 1971 to Robert Lee Morgan and Mary Kathleen (Wann) Miraglia.

Alex will be remembered for his incredible smile, explosive energy, his many talents, his generous heart, his beautiful artistic imagination and his powerful raw love he shared with those closest to him.

Alex owned and operated Leak Free Exteriors and Remodeling. His vivacious work ethic spoke for itself. There wasn't anything he couldn't do, his most favorite was being on the roof, his roofing skills were extraordinary. Alex was a talented woodworker, having built and whittled many ornate projects. He had a special love and passion for Mo-par vehicles, owning several throughout his life, most proud of the 69' Charger he once owned. Alex had a special fondness for animals of all kinds, especially his generations of Rottweilers. Alex was a collector of many things; movies, books, puzzles, Star Wars memorabilia, an extensive music collection ranging from Cd's, vinyls, cassettes, videos and no one could ever forget his Carhartt collection. Alex loved to work in his yard, building ponds and expanding his prized garden and his many projects on his home. There was never enough time in the day for his many 'projects'. He enjoyed cooking and especially entertaining others with his famous dip. Alex will be treasured and remembered for the incredibly talented musician he was, he played a variety of string instruments, having been most fond of rhythm and lead guitar; he loved to sing and especially loved his times playing music with his beloved family of talented musicians. To know Alex was to love him, he knew no stranger and even in his darkest times he was still a beacon of light to others. He was a lover and a fighter, he was a proud Gemini, he was an artist, he was a viking in his own right, he was tenacious, passionate, a loyal friend and confidant to many. Alex loved his family and most of all his children. The memories we have will for forever keep him alive with us.

Alex is survived by his mother, Mary K. Miraglia; loyal companion of 20 years, Julee Ann Kehoe; his beloved children, Shelbie Lorraine Porter, Max Alexander Kehoe and John Anthony Morgan; siblings, Ben Miraglia and Bianca Miraglia; many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends.

Alex is preceded in death by his father, Robert "Bob" Morgan; beloved Grandma Roberta "Bobby" Bibbins and his brother Chris Miraglia.

"What I am trying to get across to you; is please take care of yourselves and those that love you; because that is what we are here for, that's all we got, and that is all we can take with us. Are you with me?"  -Stevie Ray Vaughan