Troy Morgan Obituary, Madison IN, Jefferson County EMA Director has Died

Troy Morgan Obituary, Death – The Madison Police Department is deeply saddened by the sudden loss of EMA Director Troy Morgan. Troy was a pillar of stability in times of crisis, a trusted colleague and a good friend to all. Troy put community first, working diligently behind the scenes to keep his beloved Madison/Jefferson County safe. Our deepest condolences to Troy’s wife, Lisa, and his family.

A Southern Indiana first responder died Tuesday. Troy Morgan, director of the Jefferson County (Ind.) Office of Emergency Management, has died at the age of 59, multiple city officials have confirmed. Madison Mayor Bob Courtney said the two had been friends since elementary school and that he will be greatly missed. Troy will be very fondly remembered and missed,” Courtney said in a statement. “He is an example to us all and leaves a void in his absence. My condolences to his family and friends and also to his entire work family.”

Madison Police Chief John Wallace said Morgan always put the community first in his work. “The Madison Police Department is deeply saddened by the sudden loss of EMA Director Troy Morgan,” Wallace said. “Troy was a pillar of stability in times of crisis, a trusted colleague and a good friend to all. Troy put community first, working diligently behind the scenes to keep his beloved Madison/Jefferson County safe. Our deepest condolences to Troy’s wife Lisa and his family. The Salvation Army of Madison, Indiana, said Tuesday afternoon that Morgan worked with the group during emergencies when first responders were dispatched to the organization’s cafeteria.