May 28, 1939 ~ February 17, 2021

Born in: Ithaca, NY
Resided in: Cumming, GA

Maureen “Renee” died peacefully at her home on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. She was born in Ithaca, NY, the daughter of the late William Arthur Sprague and Monica Mullins Sprague. Maureen has a twin brother, Michael Sprague. Prior to having children, Maureen was a nurse in Upstate New York. She and her husband Paul moved to Tucker, GA in the late 1960s. An avid bowler, Maureen had a career average in the mid 200s. You could find her bowling in 2 or 3 different leagues each week. In addition to bowling, Maureen loved spending time at church, watching musicals, celebrating Christmas, and most importantly, spending time with her family. Her passion was her family. She loved to volunteer at her children’s schools and sports organizations. She also enjoyed watching her children play sports. That passion was passed along to her grandchildren after her children were finished playing sports. She loved to be at the ballpark. Maureen and her husband Paul were married for 45 years when Paul passed away in 2012.

Maureen is survived by her children, Jennifer Epps, Kathy Navarra, Greg Morgan, and Mike Morgan. She is also survived by her grandsons, Preston Morgan, Nick Morgan, Ryan Morgan, Josh Epps, and Nathan Morgan, her granddaughters, Hailey Morgan, Jessica Epps, McKenzie Navarra, Amelia Navarra, Adalyn Morgan, and Allison Morgan, her daughter in laws, Traci Morgan and Linda Morgan, and her son in laws, Kyle Epps III and Jason Navarra. Also surviving Maureen is her brother Michael Sprague, and sisters Sue Katsampus and Mary Sprague, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and her husband Paul, Maureen was predeceased by her brothers William Sprague, Richard Sprague, and David Sprague, and sister Patricia Lazaroni. A Mass of The Resurrection will be celebrated on Thursday, February 25th , 2021 at 11:00 AM at Saint John Neumann Catholic Church in Lilburn, GA. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association in Maureen’s memory.


Funeral Mass: February 25, 2021 11:00 am - February 25, 2021 12:00 pm

St. John Neumann Catholic Church
801 Tom Smith Rd SW
Lilburn, GA 30047

Melwood Cemetery
5170 E Ponce de Leon Ave
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


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  1. With deepest sympathy, much love and prayers. Hoping that you can soon replace sadness with the many happy memories.

  2. I am so sorry to hear this news. It has been decades since I last recall seeing Aunt Renee. It’s sad how time, distance and life can draw us away from the people we should always be connected to. Looking at Aunt Renee’s picture, immediately brings back days of long ago. Aunt Renee was always warm, gentle and loving and I remember, always interested to hear what was going on with “you”. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you and may the God of creation, who is always faithful, comfort you.

  3. Aunt Reenie was a very very special person – as Eric said, she always wanted to know how you were doing and what was going on in your life. We were lucky enough to have had her in our life from an early age. She and Uncle Paul moved south to GA which limited visits but when they could bring the clan up north to Sprague family reunions they did. She and Uncle Paul were SO proud of their children, both as athletes and as people! And then the grandchildren joined the group and the love she and Uncle Paul had for my cousins expanded. I feel blessed that Mike was able to bring Aunt Reenie to our reunion in 2016. She and mom spent hours reminiscing about years past in Syracuse and Ithaca. Thank you to “y’all “ for taking such good care of Aunt Reenie over these past years… she felt your love and devotion and you showed your children the beauty of love for family.🙏🏽❤️

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