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October 16, 2013
In short, Brian Morse made and is STILL making the world a MUCH better place. You didn't have to play football for him to understand and admire his greatness. If you break down the game film of how he lived his life, it's easy to see that he focused on the basics. He was consistent, fair, and demanding. He LIVED his religion, he didn't preach it. He gave HIS best, and in turn, he demanded the best from his players. I know I loved giving HIM my best and I learned the meaning of what a whole-hearted effort was all about. He inspired his teams to be physically and mentally tough. Most important, I will always remember the way he made others stand and walk a little taller, by taking a sincere interest in THEM. He served his school, his church, and his country. I know as a Dad, I am trying to teach my boys the same tough love lessons that I learned from him. In the eyes of this former player, Coach Morse was undefeated.
November 07, 2012
Brian was ever "the coach" to me. Never more important than the player. Always looking for the best response to the situation. Instructing with force or softly as needed. A leader. Interested in how it's going long after the season is over. An inspiration. An example. A true friend who lives on with us in our hearts.
November 03, 2012
Brian was a great help to me and it was always a pleasure working with him. My deep condolences to the Morse family.
October 18, 2012
Tony and I have wonderful memories of Brian (and Joanne) from our time together in college and a few visits through the years. Brian was a man's man, but also gentle and empathetic. Loved his sense of humor! Two of our three kids were fortunate to have him for U.S. history. What a special guy! We'll miss him.
October 17, 2012
It was a privilege to have Brian and JoAnne atend our Coach Crafton Football Reunion this summer. Brian was the senior man--and as such--had the time of his life! God Bless.
October 07, 2012
The Marines and Corpsmen of the Pierce County Detachment #504, Marine Corps League share in your loss. Semper Fi
October 04, 2012
Coach Morse guided and provided a role model for so many boys on their passage into manhood. He is loved and missed by people literally all around the world. Goodbye, Coach.
September 28, 2012
Brian was a giant among men, and all of us who knew him have been blessed by his wisdom, his foresight, his love, and his great sense of humor. JoAnne, I know you have been right beside him every step of the way. I'm glad we were neighbors and friends.
September 27, 2012
The accomplishments of Brian Morse will live forever in the lives of his players and their children and grand children. Brian taught life lessons. The players won and lost games but the scoreboard of their lives is bright with victory and success because of the lessons that Brian Morse instilled. We will honor Coach Morse by how well we live our lives.
September 27, 2012
Brian was a great colleague, a great teacher of our four children, and a great coach of our two boys!

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