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October 26, 1936 – Sunday, January 6, 2013

Service Information
St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake
Saturday, January 12, 2013
1:00 A.M.

Visitation Information
Little Rock Community Center
Thurs 1/10 & Fri 1/11
Beginning at 4:00 P.M. on Thur

Margaret Ann (Beaulieu) Morgan 76 years old passed away on January 6, 2013. Born October 26th, 1936 to Robert P. Beaulieu and Agnes (Foy) Beaulieu. Margaret attended Haskell Indian Nations where she graduated. After graduation she then moved to Englewood, CA where she met and married Alan Morgan. In 1970 she returned to Redlake, MN to care for her mother and has remained there until 2010. She then moved to Wisconsin to be with her grandson and his family. There she was very well cared for by her daughter-in-law Brooke Beaulieu and Brooke’s sister Brittany, to whom she considered her grandchildren.
Margaret will be very much remembered for her rather extensive walks to the elderly nutrition center where she enjoyed meeting up with her friends to enjoy lunch. She also enjoyed the outings with the elders to places such as: Bingo, Ball games and Pow Wow’s. She was a big fan of the Minnesota Vikings, Twins and most of all the Red Lake Warriors.
Margaret is survived by her daughter, Stacey, 4 grandchildren, Devin (Brooke) Beaulieu of Wisconsin, Sandi (Rick) Porter of Red Lake, Nikiah Gonzales, and Marcelino Gonzales, 7 great grandchildren: Felicia, Wassegonebiik (Mimi), Devin Jr, Jasmine, Romeo, Adrian, and Devonte. Numerous nieces and nephews. Special niece: “Mandy Pandy” Amanda Beaulieu.
She is proceeded in death by, her mother and father, brothers; Robert, James, Ron, Sister; Bonnie, Nieces; Darla, Lucia, Delaney, and Brittany. Great Grandson, Markus Markell Porter.

3 Guestbook Entries

  1. Jan Kelly

    I am feeling bad about Margaret Ann. I haven’t seen her for some time, I wish I could have seen her recently. She was like family to us, my mom used to live with Aggie and took Ronnie and Margaret as family. Good people, and caring about others is what they did. I already feel you laughing and smiling up there and you better behave now. I love you.

  2. Fawn Beaulieu

    Aunty we will miss you. We were blessed to have you in our hearts and happy that you were healed as soon as you left us. Until we see you again. We love you.

  3. Allura May

    Hi Stacy and Family:
    My sincere condolences for the loss of your mother and grandmother. Sorry I couldn’t make it over ther. I have no wheels at this time. My car is in the shop and everybody else is too busy. Peace and comfort and prayers sent your way.
    With Sincere Sympathy,
    Allura May
    Red Lake


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