Hank died June 1, 2021, at Our Lady of Peace in Charlottesville, Va. 

The son of Minot Morgan 1896 and brother of Minot Morgan Jr. ’35 and Edward Morgan ’38, he was born in Detroit, grew up in New York City and Greenwich, Conn., and came to us from Hotchkiss School. At Princeton he majored in music, sang in the choir, and took his meals at Terrace. He roomed senior year with W.W. McLean and G.A. Haas.

Entering the Navy in 1940, Hank served in several Pacific battles as a navigator on two ships, retiring as a lieutenant commander. He returned to Princeton to earn an MFA in 1947, after which he taught at the University of Virginia and Vassar. 

While his career in music was promising, he then followed his father’s footsteps by earning a master of divinity degree at Princeton Theological Seminary and serving churches in Maryland and Virginia. In 1966 he returned to teaching in the Arlington (Va.) County schools, whence he retired.

His first wife, Mary, predeceased him. Hank is survived by his wife, Sue; three children; two stepchildren; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1940