Meggan, a beautiful young woman and accomplished rider tragically died in 2003. Following her death, her family established a lasting legacy of Meggan’s love for horses, her joy of riding and generous, giving nature through the Meggan Morency Wild West Night, celebrating Meggan’s life by raising money for Bit-by-Bit Medical Therapeutic Riding Center in Davie, Florida.
Meggan Alissa Morency, age 17, of Parkland, Fl. passed away Saturday, February 15, 2003. Her untimely death was the result of a tragic accident while showing her horse, Kovu, at an equestrian competition in Wellington, Fl.
Meggan left this world doing what she loved most. This, by far, was her highest jump ever, up into the heavens where her grandfather was waiting for her with loving open arms.
Her love of horses began when she was eight years old and from that time on her parents couldn't keep her away from the barn. She was a bright student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior High in Parkland. She was a high spirited leader and had a passion in her life at this young age that some people never find in a lifetime. Her goal was to one day own a beautiful ranch, breed horses, and to be a trainer. Even in her horsey barn clothes and smelly boots, Meggan had an inner beauty that drew people to her naturally. A contagious smile and witty sense of humor that will be remembered by all who had the chance to know the real Meg.
Any parent would have been proud to have Meg call them Mom or Dad. Meggan is passionately missed by her devoted and loving parents, Vicki and Bob, and her brothers Michael and Garrit.
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