Richard Morse

Obituary of Richard N. Morse

Morse, Richard “Rick N, 67, of Lower Township, passed away peacefully at Cape Regional Center on August 6, 2019. He was born on March 12, 1952 in Virginia Beach, VA and has been a resident of Cape May County since 1956. He graduated from Lower Township Regional High School in the class of 1971. He Worked for Ron Morse Builders and owned and operated Rick Morse Builders and Arso Building Co. He was a Recreational Aid at Lower Township Recreation Department and a carrier for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Press of Atlantic City newspapers. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, caring for his fish pond and woodworking. He loved to go duck hunting and fishing. He was predeceased by his parents Richard E. and Ruth G. (Bretz) Morse, a brother Ronald Morse and two sisters Carol Frame and Judith Jacobson. He is survived by his wife Robin A. (Scheidly) Morse of Cape May, NJ; 3 sons: Richard “Ricky” S. Morse of Portland, OR; Ryan N. Morse of Cape May Court House, NJ; Philip “Phil” C. (Danielle) Morse of Cape May, NJ and a daughter Kristina “Krissy” B. Lashley of Cape May Court House, NJ; stepson, Nicholas “Nick”Bersito of Shippensburg, PA and stepdaughter Dannielle Bersito of Shippensburg, PA and 5 grandchildren; Katilynn “Katie”, Steven and Frank Lashley; Zachary and Madelyn Morse; 5 step-grandchildren Taylor and Tyler Bersito; Jayden, Jacob and Kylie Stewart; many cousins, nieces and nephews. A “Celebration of Life” will be held on Sunday the 18th of August at 3 pm to remember the life of Richard N. Morse. You are invited to bring or send a written story, recipe(s) and/or photo(s) to be placed in a Memorial Scrap Book. The Location will be 8 Park Ct, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210. In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations to one of the Cancer funds or a charity of your choice. He will be sadly missed by many. God bless him. Condolences can be shared at www.EvoyFuneralHome.com

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