Ron Morgan, 73, said he was happy even though he expected to have less than 18 weeks to live. "This is sort of a gift," he said. "You could be hit by a Mack truck and not have time to do anything. You could die 10 years with a deteriorating bone disease and have a tortuous death. But I get to work on my dream project."
Ron Morgan, 73, said he was happy even though he expected to have less than 18 weeks to live. "This is sort of a gift," he said. "You could be hit by a Mack truck and not have time to do anything. You could die 10 years with a deteriorating bone disease and have a tortuous death. But I get to work on my dream project." Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Ron Morgan, 73, said he was happy even though he expected to have less than 18 weeks to live. "This is sort of a gift," he said. "You could be hit by a Mack truck and not have time to do anything. You could die 10 years with a deteriorating bone disease and have a tortuous death. But I get to work on my dream project." Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

Ron Morgan, Charlotte architect who dreamed big, dies at 74

May 30, 2016 8:20 PM