Robert (Bobby) Lee Morgan III, son of the late Robert Lee Morgan Jr. and Antoniette Milden was born May 29, 1978. He attended Baltimore City Public Schools and was a graduate of Walbrook High School. At the age of 16 he professed his faith in Jesus Christ and joined New Shiloh Baptist Church where he was baptized. He later sang in the gospel choir In Full Effect under the direction of Cedric Meekins.
At a young age, Robert began his family and fathered three girls that he loved deeply. His greatest goal was to be someone they would all admire and look up to.
Bobby had a love of music and writing that ran deep. From 2001 to 2004 he was part of a local R&B group Cequel under manager Cedric Benning where he took part in several talent shows in the Baltimore area and out of state. Bobby also wrote hundreds of songs and was a fixture in the recording studio where he shared his thoughts and emotions on tracks as well as social media platforms.
He was united in holy matrimony to Francesca Farley on February 14, 2002. Just as he loved Shuge, as she was affectionately called, he loved her daughter and grandson just the same.
An infectious personality and a smile that would light up the room is what you were met with each time Bobby was around. He had a charisma and charm that captivated most.
His life will forever be cherished by his wife Francesa. He also leaves behind to mourn his mother, Antoniette Milden (husband Leon); his children: Kyir Rashaan (mother Kimberly McFarland), Kayla Ashanti Morgan and Nahla Dominique Morgan (mother Aliya Paige), and Candace Farley; his grandson, Duwann Felder; his sisters, Seanté Hunt (husband Eric) and Janine Spencer (husband Nyles);his sister-in-law Kristie Farley & family; his nephew and nieces, Emanuel Hunt, Erica Hunt, Angelina King (father Antonio King) and Bliss Spencer; his aunts, Sallie Paige, Natalie Bundey, and Minyon Bonds; his uncles, Keith Simmons and Ben Morgan; devoted family members Glen Flowers, Rene Flowers, and Tony Gaskins; and a host of other family members and friends.
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