Open Collective
Open Collective
Power in Purpose
Published on September 13, 2022 by Jeanne Gore

Pat Morgan

In 1983, I answered the call from my church’s priest, whose compassion for homeless people and his work to help them in Memphis (and nationally) defies description. The scene when I walked into Calvary Episcopal Church’s elegant “great hall,” was stunning, but not because of the massive chandelier or the red velvet drapes at the windows. Seated in the solid oak chairs along the wall were about a dozen ragged, forlorn, and sickly men. I had been a real estate broker, banker, and elected official in the county government previously. So, not much prepared me for the hardship and illnesses I was about to encounter.

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Jennifer Johnson

Posted on September 13, 2022

I’ve read both of Pat’s books and I treasure her as a fellow advocate and friend, even though we haven’t met in person. She has and continues to make such a difference in the lives of others, and I am eternally grateful.  Simply put, Pat is my hero! ❤️

Jeanne Gore

Posted on September 14, 2022

Thank you, Jennifer, for leaving such a wonderful comment! Pat is my hero as well as a dear friend and advisor. The world is a better place because of her😊❤️.