Elizabeth LeMaster MORSE

Mobile, Alabama

Apr 16, 1920 – Feb 1, 2018 (Age 97)


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MORSE, Elizabeth LeMaster April 16, 1920 - Feb. 1, 2018 Elizabeth LeMaster Morse, age 97, of Mobile, Alabama passed away Thursday, February 1, 2018. She is preceded in death by her parents, Cudellas Dent Waide and Marguerite LeClercq Waide, and her husbands John Morse, Jr. and John Ross LeMaster,...

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Please accept my great appreciation and fortunate opportunity to know and love your Mother. I was lucky to remeet your Mother in early 2017 at the age of 96. I met your Mother and three sisters when we went by your house. I am a friend of your sister Joan Morse at St. Mary''S and Bishop Toolen. We went by your house of sixty plus years today and saw the for sale sign. I told my husband of the many memories that I have there. We wish your family many years of happiness together. Bob...

I will miss your kindness. You were a great lady. Forever in my heart. Peace for all your family.

I always enjoyed coming to Betty's house to visit during the holidays and vacation with my cousins. She was so kind to everyone she touched and immediately made you feel at home and one of the family. She is now in heaven with her sister Adelaide. And Betty will be deeply missed by those who love her like myself.

I remember Ms. Morse as a kind and beautiful woman, both inside and out. I know that she will be greatly missed. I pray that God hold her gently in the palm of His hands until you meet again, and that He grant your family His peace and comfort as you grieve. My deepest condolences to your family. Love, Libby

We don't know what to say except that we love you. We can't understand exactly how you feel, but jehovah does and will keep raising you up . We hope that our prayers will help a little.

To the family:Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear loved one,May prayer comfort you 1 Thessalonians 5:17

We are so sorry for your loss. May the promise at Job 33:25 provide a measure of comfort during this most difficult time. She will be young again.

Though your heart must hold deep sadness, it also hold the memories od the life you shared. May your memories be long and your grief be brief, and may God give you strength beyond normal not only now but in the days to come.

I would like to offer my deepest sympathy to family and friends of Elizabeth. It's times like these when the loving promises of our Heavenly Father such as knowing that we can see our loved ones again can bring us comfort and soften some of the pain we feel in our hearts. 1 Thessalonians 4: 13,14