Phillip Myrick

Phillip Myrick Morse 1939 2018

Obituary for Phillip Morse PATTEN On August 29, 2018 Phillip Myrick Morse, our beloved husband, father and grandfather went to join our Lord and Savior. He was surrounded by family and tears fell as he listened to, “Old rugged cross” for the last time. Phil was born on March 5, 1939 in Hersey, Maine to Lloyd and Amy Myrick Morse. He was the oldest of five children. He met the love of his life in his hometown. After a lengthy, “I’m going to get that girl”, Deanna Ordway agreed to share her life with his. Their love of the Lord and family they shared for 59 years. Phil grew up working in his father’s garage and plowing snow. He continued to be a skilled mechanic and plowed snow commercially until he retired. He was a jack of all trades. There seemed to be nothing that he couldn’t master. Phil and Deanna, worked together on carpentry projects. They built and rebuilt homes, garages and offices. Then would grab their hammers and help their children with their building needs. Phil and Deanna enjoyed many years of travelling the US, St. Martin, and Aruba. Phil’s favorite thing to do was travel. To find a beach was the best. Stretch out to enjoy the sun with his feet in the sand was a perfect day. He enjoyed ten and a half years in Patten Pentecostal Church with Pastor Frank Randall Jr and his wife Tammy. Frank Randall III also holds a special place in Phil’s heart. Phil is survived by his wife, Deanne Morse, son Craig and his wife Jeanne, son Brett and his wife Cheryl. Grandchildren, Cody Morse and his wife Caitlin and their children, Nicole, his heavenly grandson Tanner, Natalie and Jack. Matthew Morse, his children, Abbie, MacKenzie and Myah and his partner Danielle. Wyatt Morse and his partner Abby Lynch. Caley Morse Step grandchildren, Joshua Morse and his wife Jacquie and their children, Dominque and Jace. Jay Morse and his wife Leanne and their children, Olivia and Hunter, and Steven Whitney. Phil is survived by, brother Paul Morse and his wife Ann. Deanna’s siblings were truly Phil’s family, he loved them all and shared many happy times with them. Sister in law Beth and husband Ken Bates, Becky and her husband Ken Phillips, and Bobbie Takis. Brother in Law, Dwight Ordway, Kirk and his wife Julie Ordway, and Kent and his wife Darlene Ordway. Special people in Phil’s life included Kim Sawyer who is the mother of two grandchildren and remained a special family member. Lifelong friends, Rodney Lord, Alton Violette and Herb and Janet Hardy Jr. and Marilyn Somers, George Merrow. Phil was predeceased by these very special friends. Rose Merrow, Norman and Erlene Bishop, Delbert and Rubenia Botting, Paul and Stella Yellin There have been many special friends over the years, too numerous to mention. A lunch with visiting hours will be Sunday, September 2 at Patten Pentecostal Church down stairs in the fellowship hall from 12 to 1:30pm. At this time we will move upstairs to the sanctuary to continue visiting hours. A celebration of life will begin at 2pm. When the celebration of life is over, we invite everyone to participate in a procession as we make one more trip around Patten. This is a ride that Phil enjoyed from the time he was able to drive. It will begin and end at the church. Those whose wish to remember Phil in a special way, my make gifts payable in his memory to Patten Pentecostal Church 101 Rte 11, Patten. Online Condolences can be made at Order Flowers

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Phillip Myrick Morse 1939 2018.

Bowers Funeral Home

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