The funeral for Mrs. Mary A. Morse, age 67, will be at 1pm Saturday, Nov. 2, at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton with Donna Fitchette officiating. Calling hours will be 11am until the time of the service. Mary died October 27, at the Samaritan Medical Center.
Mary was born August 28, 1946, in LaFargeville. She graduated from LaFargeville High School in 1965.
She married Robert Denner in 1965. He died in 1981.
In 1994, she married Charles Morse, he died in 2004.
Mary worked for a time at the former House of the Good Samaritan in Watertown. She retired after 27 years as a Senior Accounting Clerk at the Watertown Housing Authority.
She enjoyed being in dart and baseball leagues.
Surviving are two sons and their wives, Robert (Karen) Denner of Watertown and Ronald (Marsha) Denner of Stone Mills; four grandchildren, Ryan, Haley, Jack and Paul; three brothers Carl (Peggy) Lawler of Watertown, Scott (Karen) Derouin and Michael (Susan) Derouin, both of Stone Mills; nieces and nephews.
One sister, Nancy Lawler, died in 2002 and two brothers, Patrick died in 1999, and Freddy died at a young age.
Anna Wells VanTassel
My Deepest Sympathies to Mary’s Family. Mary was a friend of mine when we were in High School. We had met again several yrs ago, after we each had gone our own way in life. We had a fantistic visit, Thanks to Matt and Scott.
Judith Lawler Madill
I am very sorry to hear of Marys’ passing. She was a cousin of mine. I did not know her very well. May she rest in peace!
Rhonda Cuffee ( formerlly Ashwood)
My deepest sympathy to Mary’s family. I am so sorry for your loss and I know she will be missed greatly. May God comfort you in this sad time.
Gwen Sanford Kirkby
My prayers and love to Mary’s Family. I have spent the last few days reminiscing of fond childhood memories that my siblings and I had made with Mary and her siblings.They will always be cherished and a part of who I am. may our Heavenly Father bring you peace.
My deepest sympathy to Mary’s two sons. I knew Mary when she and Bob Denner lived in Evans Mills and her boys were little. I became acquainted with her again when she and Charlie Morse became a couple and married. We had many great times together at Pt. Salubrious. Mary was a beautiful, kind person, who loved her two sons very much.
To Mary’s family,
We are very sorry for your loss. God Bless you all and stay strong for one another.
Cindy Bodah Carr
Ron I’m sorry to hear about your loss. Try to stay strong, you and your brother take care of each other.
Very sorry to read of the loss of your mother/sister. Mary and I were playmates during our early years in Stone Mills. We had many a great time running free around the neighborhood. Rest in peace, Mary–you will not be forgotten. Carol Geng-Dunaway and Margaret Geng