Warren Joseph Morgan, also known as "Snork", was born on November 10, 1970, in Mescalero, New Mexico., to Carmen and Kenneth Morgan Jr. where he lived all his life. He was 52 years old. He gained his wings to Heaven on May 6, 2023, in Littleton, Colorado.
He is survived by his parents, his son Gerard Darren Morgan, his stepsons Duane Enjady and Justin Franklin, two stepdaughters Krystal and Priscilla Enjady, his siblings Paula Morgan, Edward Morgan, and Sylvalene Morgan, his nieces Tarah Morgan, Katherine Natchez, and his nephew Jake Morgan.
He is preceded in death by his daughter, and his niece Antoinette Morgan,
His maternal grandparents were Lucey E. Smith and Harold Pebeahsy. His paternal grandparents were Kenneth Morgan Sr and Bertha Cojo Morgan, and his godparent was the late Helen Little
Warren's maternal uncles are Delbert Mendez, Verdis Pebeahsy, and Larry Shay. His late uncles were Elwin Pebeahsy and John Franklin. His maternal aunts are Mary Mendez, Dalra Smith, Sallie Garcia, Sandra Pebeahsy, Gloria Villareal, and Judy Shay. His late aunts were Norleen Pebeahsy, Evelith Torres, and Antionette Mendez.
Warren's paternal uncle is Ray Comanche, and his late uncles were Louis Morgan, Monte Morgan, Aldridge Morgan, Orville Morgan, Chandler Morgan, and Eldon Morgan. His paternal aunts were the late Erma Balatche, Geraldine Blake, Zola Ahidley, Mary Naiche, and Francine Morgan.
Warren worked as a wildland firefighter and was a ski lift operator at Ski Apache. In his spare time, he was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed camping, fishing, hiking, and was into the NFL. His favorite football team was the Kansas City Chiefs.
He was a reservation dog lover. When he was younger, if the dogs were not following him, he would care for them in a red radio flyer wagon with a cardboard box to keep them out of the sun.
He was also an artist. He talked about how he wanted to be big with his art when he got home. He also talked about bettering himself, getting a job and buying a vehicle so he could cruise the rez roads. He was doing a lot better at being a dad to his son. His crazy talks and laughs will be forever missed. Rest in peace.