A public memorial service honoring the life of valued and long time Graceland employee, Todd Morgan, has been set for April 1st, 2008 from 6PM to 7PM CDT at The Rose Theater on the campus of The University of Memphis. Family, friends, co-workers and members of the Elvis fan world that Todd loved so much are all invited to attend this gathering at the 900 seat auditorium located on the U of M main campus in East Memphis.
Due to the enormous number of lives Todd impacted through his service to Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. and the Elvis legacy, this public memorial service will have a predetermined lineup of invited guest speakers and special musical performances.
If you wish to share a condolence message at the service, you can do so by posting a message at this online GUEST BOOK. Every effort will be made to include all of the messages posted in this guest book on a video screen inside the auditorium before and after the service.
A memorial fund is currently being set up with the University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music to benefit the newly-created Todd Morgan Sound Fuzion Performance Enrichment Fund. Sound Fuzion is a touring ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists that represents the University of Memphis at high schools, corporate functions and University sponsored activities, in addition to performing as part of the Music School's annual concert season.
Sound Fuzion is a group Todd loved and supported. He felt this was a great way to see the legacy of Memphis music continue to grow and develop in future generations. Click here to learn more about Sound Fuzion.
Memorial donations can be made payable to: University of Memphis Foundation. In the memo section of the check, please note the gift is for "Sound Fuzion in memory of Todd Morgan." Please send memorial donations to:
The U of M Foundation
Todd Morgan Sound Fuzion Performance Enrichment Fund
PO Box 1000
Memphis, TN 38148-0001
Public Memorial Service for Todd MorganMarch 13, 2008 | People Source:EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises
Tupelo3577 wrote on March 15, 2008
A very generous and thoughtful gesture