- Alcock and Brown and the Boy in the Middle
When George Morgan was a boy, he enjoyed the stories told by his mother, grandparents, aunts and uncles. When his children were growing up he told them the same stories.
George recently retired as a printing instructor at the former Cabot College and has since been busier than he could have imagined – although never too busy to tell stories.
Jennifer Morgan, who holds a Degree in Fine Arts, is one of three children of George and Bernice Morgan. When she was younger, she often listened to her father’s stories of his mother’s childhood, and the things that her great-aunts and great-uncles did while growing up.
When not drawing and painting, Jennifer teaches Religious Studies, History and Physical Education to high school students in California.