Stephen  Morse


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BANGOR - Stephen Harold Morse, 92, of Bangor died on November 19, 2015 at Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation.

Mr. Morse, the husband of the late Eileen F. (Libby) Morse, was born in Bartlett, NH on May 8, 1923 the youngest child of Robert Bruce Morse and Myrtie (Aldridge) Morse Hurd. Steve grew up in Portland, ME and graduated in 1941 from Portland High School.

Mr. Morse served for four years in the Pacific during WWII. The Morse's were married for 67 years (February 16, 1947). Steve worked for AMOCO Oil, Carolyn's Catering, Cumberland Club, Seaman's Club and AR Bishop. He also owned and operated Westcustogo Inn in Yarmouth, ME.

He was active in the Masons and at Trinity Church. His passions were cooking, singing and his family.

He was predeceased by his parents, step-father, Monte Hurd, his wife Eileen, his son Laurence, brothers Stewart and Vincent, sisters Maude Levine, Violet Davis, Constance Fortier, Marge Cook and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

He is survived by his son Steve (Janet), Bruce Wanda), grandchildren Joshua (Aimee), Benjamin, Nicole, Samantha, Chris and a great grandson, Joshua Steven Morse. He also leaves behind his sister in law Rae Hutchinson, friends: Catherine Anderson, Rick and Fran Day, Vic Cormier, the Moore Family and Nancy Doyon Chandler.

Many thanks to Dr. Hassan, Lindsay Chadbourne, the staff at Longrale Apts., St Joseph's Hospital and Bangor Nursing and Rehab.

A date for the Spring Interment of Steve and Eileen at the Cemetery in Bartlett, NH will be announced at a later date.

Please visit to sign Steve's guestbook and leave memories and condolences for the family.

Donations may be made to:

Trinity Episcopal Church Guild

580 Forest Ave.

Portland, Me 04103
Published on November 23, 2015
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