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Morganne K. Bartel

July 20, 1997 — June 30, 2018

Morganne Bartel 20 of Elkhart passed

away Saturday June 30, 2018

Morganne was born July 20, 1997 to

Kimmie Griggs Bartel and Christopher Genth

Grandparents Shirley Griggs and Jim & O'Netta

Alber. Uncles Kent Griggs and Cliff (Becci) Griggs

Cousins Mercedes, Tyler and Brook Griggs

Proceeded in death by Grandfathers

Mark Griggs and Rick Genth. Great Grandfather

Bud Griggs and Great Grandmother Emma Moran

Morganne attended The Crossing School.

Through their support, guidance and encourage-

ment she graduated in 2016 a strong, confident and

outgoing individual with the love and respect of all

who knew her especially her best friends Carlos

Campos and Re'giana Brown. With their love,

support and total acceptance of each other they

quickly became the 3 Musketeers on a quest to

look at ALL the memes, watch ALL the vines and

play ALL the video games.


Morganne had a very special bond with her

Uncle Kent whom she adored. They enjoyed each

other immensely. He was a true Father figure to her

and she loved and respected him. She always told

stories about her adventures with Uncle Kent.

All who knew Morganne and/or Kimmie knew

the unspeakable bond they shared. They were each

others world and best friends.

Morganne began working at Robert Weed in

January of 2016 where she continued to spread her

awesomeness and gained many more friends who

adored her. Morganne was always willing to learn

new things and teach others while figuring out

solutions to any problem that would arise.

In the words of Mr. Rudy Ortega

Heaven gained an Angel. I will say the most Unique,

Caring, Outspoken, Understanding, Forgiving, Beautiful,

Intelligent, Loving, Funny best friend and family member

anyone could ask for and would always listen

without judging. Morganne Bartel showed me how

to improve in all of these areas and become a better

person overall. Clearing what little fog was in front

of my eyes giving me 20/20 vision to be there for

someone when they really needed it. I'm so grateful

she shared her life with all of us. As we all know

Ortega to be the toughest of all, this breaks my heart

but made my heart bigger because I have a piece of

Morganne in my heart forever.

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