Charles "Morgan" Morgan McALINDEN

Of Port Fairy

Died suddenly but peacefully on December 27, 2020

Husband of Fay (dec.).

Father of Una, Dominic, Damian and families.

Your memory is our greatest treasure
To have and to hold in our hearts forever

The Funeral Mass for MORGAN will be offered at St Patrick’s Catholic Church,

Princes Highway, Port Fairy on FRIDAY (January 8) commencing at 2.00pm.

The cortège will leave the Church at the conclusion of Funeral Mass for the Port Fairy Cemetery.

Funeral Notice

ServiceJanuary 8, 2021 - 2:00 pm487 Princes Hwy, Port Fairy Vic 3284 Port Fairy , VIC View MapVenue: St Patricks Catholic's Church


  1. Deepest sympathies to Una, Dominic, Damian and families on the loss of Morgan. We will always remember him as a lovely kind man with a great sense of humour and engaging personality. We are most grateful to him and to Fay for introducing their Irish set dancing Ceili Mor at Port Fairy, giving us such great fun and enrichment. Mary Reilly, Melbourne Claddagh Dancers

    Mary Reilly January 8, 2021
  2. To Una, Dominic and Damian our thoughts and prayers are with you. A lovely photo of Morgan Rest in Peace. He and your Mam Fay brought so much joy to us all for years as part of ”CEILI MOR” and brought Set Dancers from across Victoria and the other states together. Our first Set Dancing Weekends in Port Fairy in August from the late 1990’s,spread so much joy & laughter music dance food. ”Morgan’s Kitchen” with the lovely people from Killarney / Port Fairy /The Green Tri-Angle could never be repeated. Comhaltas Melbourne & Quiet Man set dancers.

    Mary McBride January 8, 2021
  3. Morgan has been part of our family’s life for more than twenty years. He was much loved & will be missed terribly.

    A genuine, enthusiastic & caring fellow with sparkling eyes & a wit to match. A rare gem.

    On behalf of the Moyle family children (Cara, Alysia, Chris, David & Damian)

    Cara English January 7, 2021
  4. As a member of the Port Fairy walking group, you welcomed me with open friendship.
    I appreciated your Irish wit.
    – Debbie

    Guyetts Funerals January 6, 2021
  5. Heartfelt condolences to Una, Dominic, Damian and families on the loss of a wonderful man.

    Morgan was a much loved and valued team member at the Port Fairy and Region Visitor Information Centre, providing visitors from all over the world with a welcoming smile.

    We will miss his companionship, his unique Irish sense of humor and his witty charm.

    With Love from Ashley, Jaimee, Ann, Renee and the Team

    Port Fairy and Region Visitor Information Centre January 5, 2021
  6. One of life’s true gentlemen.

    Morgan was a valued member of our Committee of Management for over 5 years and will be greatly missed by Committee, staff and volunteers of the Port Fairy Community House.

    Port Fairy Community House January 1, 2021
  7. A friendship that began in Birmingham back in 1959. Late Patsy and myself had wonderful memories staying with Fay & Morgan in Port Fairy. Heartbreaking that you are no longer with us Morgan. You will
    now catch up on Fay ! R.I.P.
    Terry (Adelaide)

    Terry Denneny January 1, 2021