Philip E. Morse Jr.
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Danforth - Philip E. Morse Jr., 52, died September 30, 2019 in Houlton with his family by his side. He was born June 19, 1967 in Houlton. He was the son of Philip and Dianne (Lisheness) Morse Sr.
Philip enjoyed fishing, hunting, and working in the woods, which he started do to at the age of 14. He loved his German shepherds, especially Myles.
Besides his mother, Dianne Morse of Danforth, he is survived by four children Tyler Morse of Danforth, Dustin Morse of Bangor, Nicholas Morse and friend Felicia of Danforth, Lauren Morse and Gideon Sterns of Cary Plantation; and their mother, Michelle O'Keefe of Columbia Falls; four sister Elise Morse of Danforth/San Antonio Tx, Teresa and Stephen Hanington of Danforth, Jackie Morse of Danforth, Nancy and Ronald Hickman of California/ Maryland; one aunt, many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
He is predeceased by his father, Philip Morse Sr.
The family would like to thank Dr. Boogusch, Jayne and all the nurses and staff at Houlton Regional Hospital for all the care and compassion provided to Philip and his family.
A graveside service will be held at 10 am Saturday at the Hilltop Cemetery in Danforth.
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Published on October 1, 2019

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John J Page
Oct 04, 2019
One early morning in the fall, it was a rainy day and i was at the millyard having breakfast and Phil came in and said "Jammer, do you wanna go heater hunting?" I said yes! Of coarse we made "the loop". Made it clear to the stop sign at Hainsville road and i said "Hey Phil, i know where we can hunt! Where Tony Parker cut on the nine rod road!!" So we turned around and went about 3 miles back to nine rod road, still pouring hard outside, we went passed the boys from New Hampshire, a party of 10-12 inside camp, i told Phil, "were gonna see a deer in here!!" Drove 2 to 300 yards past camp and i looked down a twitch trail, about 20 yards and there laid a ten point buck, it was lime something o...ut of a calender...picture perfect! I told phil there was one right there and he drove past it. Stopped the vehicle, i got out, i put a shell in my weapon, shot and thought i missed it, cause i saw a white tail go! I said "Phil i missed it!" He said "No you didnt, there were two of em!" Biggest deer i ever shot in my life so far!! I was leaning over the deer when a guy from the camp drove up and said everyone in his camp was laying around doing nothing cause it was raining so hard! I told him about the one that ran off when i shot mine and he went after him! Phil was tickled pink and laughed the whole way home!
I can still here that chuckle today! Best hunting trip ever!
Will miss you Phillip! Always in my heart! See you when i get there!
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Amy Reynolds
Oct 04, 2019
Phillip was always kind to me! I used to cut his hair! He was funny and spoke of his children with kind and pride often! Im sorry for your l8ss kids! He was far too young!