This is a legacy fundraising page for 5 year old Eva, who lost her Mommy to a hard fought battle with cancer on 08/04/2018. Morgan was 36 years old, and wanted Eva’s future to be bright, despite her absence.
Last night, there was an outpouring of love and support for Morgan and our family. We can never thank you all enough for the countless donations, prayers and words of encouragement. This page will be kept up until September 1st to allow anyone else to view or donate.
Again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
For those who missed the service, this was part of the memorial for Morgan...just a small glimpse of what she means to all of us.
God Bless You all!
Fly High, Morgan!
This link contains the obituary and service information for Morgan.
It is with a heavy heart that the Madonia family shares with you the following news:
A little before 0630 hours this morning, Eva's Mommy, Morgan, took her final breath. While we are completely heartbroken and devastated, we take solace in knowing that she now has no more pain, fear, or sorrow. She and Gina likely had the most amazing and joyful reunion one could ever imagine.
In an effort to ease the burden on my family, please refrain from texting or calling them for questions, condolences or updates. Cards are welcome, but direct all correspondence to [email protected]. Alex , my Dad, and my Aunts and Uncles need time to process and grieve. Thank you for your understanding.
Services are pending, and I will update when we have that information.
We need your prayers. Please pray for healing, comfort, and peace. But, most importantly, please pray for sweet Eva. Oh sweet, Eva, we love you so....we can't wrap our heads around Eva living a life without her Mommy. She has an amazing Mother, and it she will always have her with her, it will just be different now.
Morgan Elizabeth Madonia....we already miss you. The world became a little dimmer this morning. Eva and the rest of us will miss you forever.
Lee Asher Photography blessed our family with this beautiful photo shoot of Morgan and Eva. These memories will be something that Eva and our family will cherish forever.
Cancer sucks. I don’t know how else to say it. It’s not fair. And while our family struggles with the pain and emotion of watching Morgan fight for every moment, we cannot being to understand the pain Morgan is experiencing. Yes, she has indescribable physical pain, which can be somewhat controlled with meds....but, the pain of knowing she’s dying is a pain that is incomprehensible. She knows that someday soon, she’ll never hold Eva again. She knows that while she’s poured so much love and knowledge into her short 5 years, she won’t get to watch her grow. Ive heard Morgan tell Eva so many times, “You’re going to grow up and be STRONG Evangeline!” She wants nothing more than to watch that little girl grow into a strong, caring woman. Cancer is stealing her front row seat to Eva’s life. It’s not fair. However, Evangeline will grow up to be a strong woman, because Morgan Madonia is her mother. Morgan Madonia is the bravest woman I’ve ever known. She has continued to fight this fight with courage and dignity, and she’s fought longer than anyone imagined. She’s done it all for Eva. Eva is the glue that holds the Madonia family together. She has been Morgan’s lighthouse in the storm, and she will be ours. And we will forever remind her of the brave, beautiful, amazing woman she has for a Mother.
Morgan sleeps most of the day in the hospice house, but she still fights for life every day. Her cancer-riddled body is tired. We don’t want her to go, but want her to know it’s okay to rest. She’s done good. We are so incredibly proud of her.
Morgan Elizabeth Madonia....you’re our world...and our hero.
Thank you for holding Morgan, Eva and the whole family in your prayers. We know there is light through this darkness, for we see it in Evangeline.
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