couples is a very personal venture to Morgan, who made her first
attempt at matchmaking for her own father just a few months after her
mother died. She realized just how much he craved love and needed
someone in his life. She sent a personal ad out to the Sun-Sentinel and
received a hundred replies. Her father was much too shy to open the
letters -- so she did it herself, and vetted the top twelve candidates
she thought would be a good match. It was a successful venture, and her
father would soon meet the women who would be the second love of his
life until they both passed in their nineties. Read full article by
Of A Matchmaker. Let me tell you a great story of how I ignored my
father's wishes, honored my mother's memory and made a little old lady
in Sunrise, Florida very happy.
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Carol Morgan found a huge gap in the world of matchmaking; nobody was
helping people over the age of forty. She discovered a mature
population that was being ignored by dating services and internet
sites. She discovered men and women who were eager, healthy,
financially successful and ready to love again... and, with compassion
and class, she found them love and romance.
Weary of Waiting. Matchmaker Carol Morgan works with singles of all
ages, but has carved out a niche rekindling romance among the mature,
high-end, traditional-valued men and women who are weary of waiting. "I
have clients who will never give up on love," says Morgan. "The desire
for that burning connection is something we simply don't outgrow."
Morgan does not classify Carol Morgan, LLC as a dating service. "I am a
matchmaker in the old-fashioned, traditional sense," she says.
The matchmaker began in 1988, after her mother passed away and she
matched up her 66-year-old father. "My clients are the type of people
that would not go to clubs or bars. These individuals are looking for
an elegant source of social introduction."
of Carol’s clients find her through word-of-mouth or see her many
televised media interviews. Her client inventory is quite extensive;
many go off active when they connect with someone they’re excited
about. Carol encourages them to take their time and get to know each
other. There’s no pressure, as clients can return to active status at
any time without worrying their membership will run out.
Don't make the mistake of telling Carol Morgan that she's in the dating
business. She'll not spare a second correcting you.
"I am a true matchmaker," says Morgan, owner of Carol Morgan LLC.
The upscale, well-educated professionals who seek Morgan's expertise
call her business the "undating service" because they want to get out
of the dating game and into a life partnership.
Morgan interviews each of her prospective clients carefully and
thoroughly. "The whole process is very relaxed and civilized. And a lot
of fun," says Morgan, who was a financial broker in a former life.
And how successful has Morgan been in her many years of matching people
up? "Very," she says beaming.
Commodities broker. Twenty years ago, when people were minting money by
investing in gold, Morgan was flying high in New York and San Francisco
as a commodities broker in precious metals. When the market plunged,
conscience forced her to tell her clients to take their profits fast.
"I believe that bulls and bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered. I
didn't want to see my clients slaughtered," she says. Her sage advice
left her with lots of friends but no customers.
Matchmaker. Morgan’s mother died in 1988, leaving her father
inconsolably lonely. Believing that love was the only answer, Morgan
personal ad for him in the newspaper that drew more than one hundred
responses. Morgan's experience inspired her to start a hands-on,
heart-on matchmaking service to help others. Her company, Carol Morgan
LLC, makes social introductions for a select, high-end clientele who
still believe in love. Once again, Carol's clients became her good
Relationships and Love. "After the death
of my mother, I knew instinctively what I had to do.. find a new love
for my father. Looking back all these year, I realize this was the
beginning of my wonderful adventure called "matchmaking". Now
celebrating 25 years of success, I know my direction was right."
Morgan found a huge gap in the field of matchmaking. She caters
exclusively to professional, well-educated, financially secure and
extremely selective men and women of all ages.
Carol describes her clients as "high-caliber" and "upscale," and loves
personally working with people to help them find their special someone.
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Joan Robbins, a slim 55 year old divorcee who loves to dance, said
recently that she felt like "2 cents" the first time she called a
dating service. A few months later, she got back her nerve and called
Carol Morgan, a matchmaker based in Bryn Mawr. "I felt I would meet a
better quality of man through Carol. I think nothing of spending money
on great clothes, so why not invest in myself." Carol agrees. Once her
clients are matched, they "start feeling attractive, romantic and
sexual again. The years begin to fade away."
1988, Carol Morgan has matched thousands of clients, and their
stories never fail to astonish her. "I once accidentally matched a man
his ex-wife. He was game, but she was having no part of it.. And then
was the closeted cross-dresser, but his match decided she liked it,
for the wardrobe."
Carol Morgan: Matchmaker For the Mature Set. Morgan interviews and
screens all prospective members in her lovely home. "Most of my clients
know themselves well and also know what they are looking for. That
makes my job easier." "People of any age never outgrow the need to be
When Carol Morgan tried to find love for her 66 year-old widowed
father, she was told by dating services he was just too old. She
decided to prove them wrong. She began a matchmaking service for those
in their forties, fifties and sixties. "It's very dignified and
personal. I don't use computers or videos or even photographs. I simply
match people with people."
While many businesses are struggling to survive, Carol Morgan LLC is
flourishing. "People need solace and stability in their lives, as well
some real happiness," says Morgan. She noted that troubled times make
people even more aware of the power of a loving relationship. "The
of being connected is crucial in a world of uncertainty.. you need
who always has your back."
true love - with a little help. Mr. or Ms. Right might be out there
after all. Sometimes they're hiding in the files of the right
Carol Morgan says,
“There is no shortage of wonderful clients. Most have outgrown noisy
clubs and, once tried, soon lose interest in online dating sites. Their
time is too precious to waste in random tech-relationships and they
appreciate the dignity of elegant matchmaking.”
works alone and matches clients after a relaxed, personal interview. "I
just let them talk; I'm a great listener and by the end of the
interview, I usually have a few matches already in mind."
It's a familiar story. Bright singles of today know the smart way is
outsourcing; hire a realtor for a house, a broker for a stock, a
headhunter for a job. Yet they sit home bored and lonely because they
haven't figured out the obvious; hire a matchmaker for finding love.
Carol Morgan LLC is proudly low-tech and highly personalized. "My
service is not a beauty contest," says Morgan. "The clients are
looking for a life mate, not a playmate."
has tried to match up their friend, a family member or even strangers,
mostly unsuccessfully. We use professionals to buy cars, financial
products and are now hiring coaches for diet and exercise. Why would we
leave something as important as a relationship to chance?
In celebration of Father’s Day, this is a wonderful story about Carol
Morgan and her father, Al Rosenblum. When she lost her mother to
cancer, she worried about her father’s loneliness. Carol did what any
caring daughter would do; she encouraged him to try to begin
socializing again in the hopes he would find another loving partner.
Her father did not want to admit he was
really shy after not being around any other woman than his wife for the
past 46 years.
His daughter is not one to give up easily. Carol composed an ad and
placed it in the “personals” section, without telling her father, of
The ad was so well
written and received, the response overwhelmed even her.
Weeks passed and Al was really enjoying this journey of finding another
woman. After successfully matching her Dad, Carol began to match
professionally, so that others could meet in a loving and dignified
manner. Why don’t you give the ultimate Father’s Day gift?