Obituary of Nicholas D. Morgan
Albany- Nicholas Daniel Morgan age 24 passed away suddenly Saturday, June 8, 2019 at his residence after a long battle with depression. Nick was born in Niskayuna and grew up in Hoosick Falls attending Hoosick Falls and then later Columbia High School. He will always be remembered for his beautiful eyes and smile. He was a positive motivator, was everyone’s rock having a huge and genuine heart and was known to give the shirt off his back and his last dollar to a stranger in need. He loved long conversions, was musically inclined and talented. Nick was very competitive and hating losing at anything. He was an avid Chicago Bears fan, loved rock climbing, hiking, fishing and his beard. He treasured all animals, especially his dog Charlie and cat Nala but would open his home to any animal that needed love. Nick was a hard worker, working as a construction laborer, cook, Uber driver and in solar panel sales. Son of Dina M. DeMarco and William D. Morgan. Brother of Dillon Morgan, Darian Morgan, Dean Baisden, Jr., Sydney Baisden and Kyle Baisden. Grandson of Jacqueline Morgan and Betty Rubino. Nephew of Rick (Marion) Morgan, Bernadette (Dan) Albright, Daniel Rubino, Anthony DeMarco, Kirk Ward. Cousin of Daniel and Brandon Albright, Andre Rubino, Lillianna DeMarco. He leaves behind many family members, including his Hoosick Falls crew as well as countless others. Nick now joins his grandfathers in heaven, Robert DeMarco “PopPop” and Richard Morgan; his beloved “GG” Margaret Pratt Shook; and his special aunt Mary Morgan. Funeral mass will be offered Saturday, June 15th at 9 Am at St. John the Evangelist and St. Joseph Church Herrick Street Rensselaer. Relatives and friends are invited and may call to the W.J. Lyons Jr. Funeral Home 1700 Washington Avenue Rensselaer Friday from 4-8 PM. Interment will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Greenbush. Contribution in Nick’s memory may be made to a Mental Health Awareness Organization of your choice. The family extends an invitation to continue the celebration of Nick’s life immediately following the cemetery at the Rensselaer Lodge of Elks, Columbia Turnpike.