Pauline J. Morgan (nee Titto)


Pauline was a typical, old-fashioned Riverside girl with a big heart. Even when passing a stranger she was always the first to say hello. Perhaps being one of seven children helped her develop her propensity for sharing. Regardless, she was always generous. She was fond of crocheting, but not just for family; anyone with a newborn soon received a blanket and worked diligently to create items to be auctioned off at breast cancer charity events. She was always up for a Sunday drive with her friends. She and the rest of “The Golden Girls” would just get in the car and go. The destination was irrelevant, so long as it included an Italian restaurant. When at home, either during her many years in Riverside or more recently in Mount Laurel, food was just as important. While she was known for her amazing rice pudding as well as perfecting everything Italian, she also had the uncanny ability to make just about anything into a sandwich.
Pauline is the wife of the late Harold J. Morgan, Sr., and is survived by her sons, Harold, Jr. (Lorraine) of Westampton and Paul (Donna) of Lumberton, her grandchildren: Harold III (Serena), Ashley (fiancé Michael), Paul, Jr. and Jennifer as well as by her great-grandson, Harold IV.
Come celebrate Pauline’s 86 wonderful years (Dec. 14, 1926-May 30, 2013) Tuesday from 9-10 AM at the Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 10:30 at Jesus the Good Shepherd Church (St. Peter’s Site), Riverside. Interment Monument Cemetery, Beverly.

6 thoughts on “Pauline J. Morgan (nee Titto)

  1. Michael Daddino

    Pauline was my mom’s oldest and closest friend and one of my very favorite people. I have been living in California for many years now but when I was home, Pauline was always an extended part of our family. She was there for weddings, funerals and most times in between. My mother and Pauline both took their first plane ride to come and spend a week with me when I was living in Florida shortly after I graduated from college. Many years later when I was living in California, she accompanied my mom and spent over a week with me here. As everyone knows, she was simply a delight to be around. When I picture her it is always with a big smile on her face. And, likewise, when I reflect on many of my favorite memories, she is there in many of them…and that always makes me smile. I feel blessed to have known her for so many years.
    I know how much of a loss I feel at her passing and can not imagine what it must be like for Harold, Paul and their families. Please know that your mom will have a special place in my heart forever. I loved her more than words can say. I am thinking of you all during this sad time and trust that you take comfort knowing how much she enjoyed her life and that she is now in a better place.


    Mike Daddino

  2. Diane Steinbrecher

    My condolences to Harold, Paul and family
    How do you sum up in words what a person could mean to you, well my friend Pauline touched my heart the day I moved into Birchfield and the memories we made in those five years are some of my best. Terrific, kind, loving and gentle that’s my Pauline. We had our happy hours every Friday and boy she looked forward to what kind of cocktail we were surprising her with.
    We enjoyed many gatherings with her either out to dinner or my home watching her smile with joy and happiness was all that was needed. I Love you Pauline today and always my friend.
    May the good lord keep you in the palm of his hands. God bless you Pauline
    Love Diane & Jim

  3. Tim Person

    I knew Pauline almost since birth, for almost 25 years, and my mother Maria knew her all those years as well. She was my most frequent babysitter for most of my young life, and all my memories of her are warm and wonderful. She had a great relationship with both me and my mom, and I’ll always look back fondly on our trips to the Moorestown Mall, and all the mornings and afternoons at my home or at her apartment when she watched and cared for me.
    With Love,
    Tim and Maria

  4. Robert Green

    Harold & Paul, On behalf of myself and everyone at Reliable Tire Company, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to you and all your family members for the loss of your Mother. May she rest in peace. GOD bless her.

  5. Yvonne Carpenter

    I will always remember Moms smiling face, her warm embrace whenever you walked in the room. I always looked forward to a party/celebration at Paul and Donna’s house knowing that she would be there. She had nothing but kind words for everybody, and would always make you feel comfortable and welcomed. She was a wonderful soul. On behalf of the Carpenter family, our sincere sympathy to Paul, Donna, Paul and Jenn and to the rest of the Morgan family. We love you all !!!! Our thoughts are always with you xoxo

  6. Leigh Cline

    There aren’t enough kind words to describe Pauline, or Miss Pauline as my 2 year old affectionately called her. She was a wonderful neighbor for the past 7 years. She always thought of my son at the holidays and always looked after us. I told her she was like another grandmother to me, and she was. Sweet, generous, kind, thoughtful…you name it, I could use it to describe her. Pauline- you will be so missed. Thank you for being an amazing neighbor and for bringing a smile to my family’s faces with her laughter, stories, and visits. We will never forget you. 🙂 Love, Leigh, Duane, and Nicholas Cline

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