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John Alfred Morse Jr.

Perrysburg, Ohio

1939 - 2017

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John Alfred Morse, Jr.2/26/1939 – 5/8/2017The family of John A. Morse, Jr. is saddened to announce his passing on May 8, 2017 in Perrysburg after a brief illness.John was born on February 26, 1939 in Plainfield, New Jersey, and was the eldest child to John, Sr. and Adelaide Morse. The Morse...

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I just discovered the news after doing a Google search. I was with Jack a couple of times during his visit to NY in late 2016. We had dinner together.

We worked together at Thomson Reuters for several years. Jack was one of my closest friends here in the city. I never met his immediate family but I just want to express my feeling of sadness upon getting this info just now. God bless.

R.I.P. Moose. My most sincere condolences to Meredith.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Dear Morse Family,

You have our heartfelt condolences. May your peace and healing come quickly.

Jeff Kernz and family

Dear Morse Family,

We are all thinking of you during this difficult and sad time. We have lots of good and happy memories of John. John Sr.says he always enjoyed John's great smile and enthusiastic. warm greeting whenever our paths crossed. Our sympathy and prayers to you all,

Fondly, John and Cindy Meloy

Dear Brad, Brian, and Renee--I am sorry to hear of your father's passing.It has to be very difficult for all of you to deal with the loss of both of your parents in less than two years. May your father rest in peace. I had occasion to speak to your dad 45 years ago when my husband and I decided to return to Toledo and John was recommended as the best in his field as an executive recruiter. I took the phone call when he called with three very good positions in the Toledo area, one of which my...

God Bless John, Rest In Peace,! Patti Stanley

To the Morse Family; I did not know John personally, but I knew that he was one of Dave Martin's boys when he played football at PHS. I enjoyed talking to one of his sons when I would see his grandson's wrestling matches. I knew from my conversations with his son, and grandson that he had a life that was well lived. Certainly he will be remembered through his fine family. May he rest in peace.