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Dante' Lashad Morgan
July 27, 1987   -   September 27 , 2004

Obituary posted by : Victor E. McKelvey ,  Best Friend   
Person Description:
The Lord is my Light and My Salvation; whom shall I fear? ; The Lord is the strength of my life in whom shall I be afraid?

On Monday, September 27, 2004, God sent His angels out to receive His son, Dante Lashad Morgan at His heavenly garden.

Dante was born, July 27, 1987 in Charleston, SC. He was the son of Ernestine Dozier (Candy) Johnson, and Donald Johnson.

At an early age in his life Dante decided to take hold of God's hand and make him ruler over his life. He then became a faithful member of St. Peter's AME Church, where he served on the Usher Board and the Young Peoples Division. Dante joined the Junior Choir to showcase his singing talent, that wasn't all, he later joined the Young Lions so he could become a mentor and spread his love around.

Even in school Dante was a joy to be around he always had a smile and a kind word to say. He was a member of the Junior Tact Club, Students Council and what a joy he was on the Pep Squad. He loved to give out smiles. His fellow student said that "Dante was well liked and respected by all his classmates.

His family all saw a smile on his face even when he didn't want to show it. He told them about God in his life and how he loved them not to worry about him, for God will give him his diploma, his wings, along with his long white robe. Dante will be marching on the street paved with gold. He will be singing with the heavenly choir and smiling when he meets his Lord and Savior.
Service Information:
Saint Peters African Methodist Episcopal Church 4680 Sanders Avenue North Charleston, South Carolina 29405 Reverend George W. Brown, Pastor Officiating
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