||Resident for 45 Years Dies Here Friday
James Morger, 68 years of age, resident of Fort Collins for over 45 years, died at his home at 605 Mathews Street, early Friday morning of a heart attack.
Mr. Morger had been in poor health for the past two years, but had not been confined to his bed.
>P>He was born in [Jones County] Iowa, Nov. 1, 1860, and came to Fort Collins about 45 years ago from Nebraska. He practiced law here for several years, and for many years was in the real estate business.
He is survived by his wife and seven children, Mrs. E. J. Helm of Pico, Calif.; Miss Mabel, who is employed at the Colorado Agricultural College; Millicent, who is a high school student; Morris [Maurice] of Denver; Milford of Pico, Calif.; Marvin of Illinois; and Melvin of Fort Collins.
Funeral arrangements will not be made until the members of the family in California are heard from.
Submitted by: Sharon Morger Jones
Source: Fort Collins Express-Courier, Friday, September 20, 1929