March 10, 1991 – November 28, 2016
It is with heaviest hearts that we share the news that Megan ended her young life on this earth on Monday, November 28, 2016 in Nanaimo, BC. Loving daughter of Scott Glass and Sian Morgan and dear sister to Alexandra Glass. Adored granddaughter to David and June Glass and the late Dorothy Morgan (nee Willis). Megan had a long journey through addiction filled with deep pain, but also true joy she found in recovery. Her light and spirit will live on and she will be remembered for her quirky jokes, big smile and warmth she shared with so many. We can never know her last thoughts or the depths of the suffering she faced inside. But we do know she was loved completely. Revel in the peace, dearest Megan. The funeral service will be on Wednesday, December 7 at 1pm, St. James Anglican Church, 137 Melville Street, Dundas.
I met Megan through my Son-in-Law Aaron and I remember a few deep conversations when she was at the restaurant I worked. She had a good heart and I was deeply saddened to hear of her passing. Be at Peace Megan.
Beautiful soul inside and out. Rest in peace. x
We are deeply saddened by Megan’s passing. She was a cousin that we didn’t get to see often enough.
Our heartfelt sympathies go to the family. Hopefully she is at peace.
I met Megan through different classes we shared together. Although we didn’t hang out she was funny and witty around others! She was quite talented and spoke freely, I give my condolences to family and friends through this difficult time. May she rest in peace.
Sian and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about your precious daughter!! She is now at peace and out of pain!!
Dear Sian and family,
Deepest sympathy on the loss of your beautiful daughter and sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
I also want to express my sympathy on the loss of your mother, Sian. I admired your devotion as your mother’s caregiver and know that your love and devotion to your daughter was endless.
Although I have never met Megan or Megan’s family, I wanted to say that I found the description of Megan’s life in the Spectator to be very moving. I am so sorry for your family’s loss but hope that you will take some small solace in knowing that your words may encourage others to also openly share the journeys of their loved ones. My deepest sympathy.
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Megan. As a family, you are very brave to bare your hearts and advise the reason for her passing in her obituary. I am sure that your honesty and hurt will prevent other young people from meeting the same fate. God bless you.
Megan, I wish you would have reached out, there are many people who love you. We dated for several months, you were a joyful girlfriend. I didn’t know you couldn’t handle the demons you faced, I am truly saddened. I will continue to live for you, I will stay strong and revel in your spirit. I will never forget the time we shared together, I will always miss you. Thank you for letting me into your life, you will shine bright as the night sky even as time passes. We love you. Rest peacefully beautiful girl. This isn’t goodbye *kisses* see you on the other side…
Alex and I sang together for many years at St. James and I know how much Megan was (and is) loved. Your honesty and openness about your struggles together as a family in the face of addiction highlight the unending caring and concern you had for her — a deep blessing, even when accompanied by pain and loss. All my sympathy.
Alex, Sian and Scott,
My heart hurts so much for you and the pain you are going through must be unbearable. Megan was one of my closest friends from grade 7-9. I have so many amazing and funny memories that I will he holding on to a little tighter. Even though time and distance had made us grow apart, I knew if i saw Megan it would just be like old times. Her smile and infectious laugh will be dearly missed. I hope that she is at peace now.
Sian, Alexandra and Scott
Thinking of you as you grieve for your loved Megan. Wishing you comfort now and in the difficult days ahead.
We send our sincere condolences from the staff of Maison Fritz, University Plaza. We met under unusual circumstances but had hoped things were getting better for Megan. May she be at peace and her family have the strength to cherish all of the wonderful qualities I am sure she had. Rest in peace Megan
Sian, Alex and Scott , I am so sad as I write these few words to you. I can’t imagine your loss, pain and suffering, my heart goes out to each of you . Her light and spirit will live on ..
I am a stranger to Megan and her family, but in the journey through the addiction of a loved one and the glorious hope that comes from recovery, our bond is one of the heart. Thank you to Megan’s brave and loving family for an honest and beautiful obituary. What a tribute to not only Megan, but to many others struggling with the terrible disease of addiction. With much love to all of you and especially to you beautiful Megan, Rest in Peace and God Bless.
Sian – I am so deeply saddened by the loss of your sweet girl, Megan. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take care.
Dear Sian and family,
I am so truly sorry for your sorrow. I wish there was something I could say to ease your pain, but sadly there are no words. Please take some comfort in knowing that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many. May Megan rest in peace.
I remember you being a wild one, but also extremely calm and inviting in nature at the same time. Quite the unique girl, I cannot describe the good vibes you had/have! It was a pleasure sharing some middle school and high school memories with you. Hope to see you again some day.
Sian – Sorry for your loss
Dear Sian and Family. My heart aches for all of you. I am so sorry that Megan’s life on this earth has ended but just know that her spirit lives on. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Megan.
Sian … I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter.
Thinking of you & your family during this very difficult time.
Sian- My heart aches for you and nothing I can say or do will ease the burden of your pain. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. May your daughter Megan rest in peace. I will never forget how you comforted me so many years ago. Please if there is anything I can do to help you, please reach out.
Sian – My heart breaks for you with the loss of your beautiful Megan – Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and yours – Rest In Peace sweet Girl.
Sian and Family, I am so saddened to hear of the tremendous loss of your beautiful daughter/sister. May your grief be gentle.
So sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter. Thinking of you at this very difficult time.
May she rest in peace.
Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort.
The compassion in the obituary you wrote for Megan reveals how deeply you loved her. Your honesty and lack of judgement or shame is what we can all aspire to, regardless of what struggles our loved ones face.
I wish I had known Megan – wish I knew you – but send my heartfelt sympathy to you.
We are deeply saddened by the news of Megan’s passing, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Rest In Peace Megan
We are deeply saddened by Megan’s passing. We met Megan though our Daughter Kelly. She was a beautiful person. RIP Megan.
Sian I am saddened to hear of the loss of your precious daughter. May God grant you the strength to get through these difficult days.
Sian, Bronwen & family
I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. An incredible loss far too early in life.
We met in Cedars, March of 2016. We didn’t talk much at first, but the way her energy was, it kept inviting me to stop and talk for a while. We started to hang around with the same crowd at cedars, the crowd of “winners”, that is. We’d eat breakfast, lunch and dinner together (well some of us ate breakfast lol), went for walks, smudged, sang & danced, watched t.v. & all kinds of “normal” activities. Not too long after becoming friends did we become room mates, because we had found out we were BOTH going to the same recovery house, together ! ? man oh man, were we ever happy to be going into a recovery house with at least one familiar face. I know, I couldn’t have asked for a better person than megan to have with me at that time. The first two weeks were brutal for me, because the torment of past traumas were lingering around in my mind (night terrors, crying myself to sleep, depression). It wasn’t til after those two weeks of torture, that I began to really learn how to trust someone with my thoughts and feelings or learn how to let someone in. I told megan my deepest darkest secrets & in return she gave me the best gift I could have gotten at that time, unconditional non-judgmental LOVE ?
Megan was my best friend, my human diary, my other half. I’ve had best friends before, but nothing like her. We gave each other the nick name “Coda”, meaning “Co-Dependant” because we were inseparable, stuck to each others hips, there wasn’t nothing we couldn’t get over together. She truly was one of my bigger blessings in disguise.
She was my best “hello” & my hardest “goodbye”. ?
My condolences to the family & friends she has back home. ?
I met megan in 2009 and she had been going on a date with a friend of mine, i was brought as the third wheel to ease the awkwardness. Me and megan clicked immediately and we started hanging out, we became good friends and had gone through some weird, scary obstacles in life. I had gotten in a fight with megan because she came to visit me while she was high. I always had a strong love for megan but i was scared for her. She could light up a room with her smile, she had the exact same sense of humor that i had and she understood me very well. We shared many laughs and many inside jokes. Today i went to reach out to megan after i blocked her on fbook for a while because i was mad at her. I wanted to check in to see how she was making out now.
Megan, the last thing i said to you was that we can’t be friends anymore and that i cant come to terms with how you went about life. My heart is heavy to realize you had passed away, i missed your funeral and my last message to you was not a nice one. It’s hard and it’s sad to watch someone you care about go through such a hard time with addiction. You are a great person and i will forever remember you, value the friendship we had and treasure the memories we made together.
You knew how to make me smile and i won’t ever forget that.
<3 <3 <3
I loved and will love megan till my end
While I never even met her. It sounds like she was a neat character and good person to know. It pains me to see these results play out. All over some stupid substance.