Mr. Timothy Morse was born February 4, 1954 to parents Herbert Morse Sr. and Olivia (Roan) Morse, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Timothy received his education in the Indianapolis Public School System and graduated from Arsenal Technical High School in 1973. While at Tech Tim was the senior class photographer and manager of the Tech Titans football team.
Tim professed a hope in Christ and accepted him as Lord and Savior at the Zion Tabernacle Apostolic Faith Church under the leadership of Elder G.C. Mills. Later, Tim united with the Greater White Stone Missionary Baptist Church of Chicago, Illinois under the leadership of his brother and Pastor Gregory J. Morse. Tim loved his Greater White Stone family and traveling to Chicago with his brother and sister-in-law. When Tim would see the billboard sign that proclaimed Jesus is real he would shout out loud "Jesus is Real." During his illness his brother Anthony was his primary caregiver and his mother sat at his bedside singing to him hymns including, "Jesus Loves Me."
Tim loved to work with his hands. He had a love for model cars and trains. Most days when Tim was not caring for his mother you could find him in his bedroom working on his trains. Tim worked many jobs over the years including Indianapolis Public Schools, Armco Steel, Beechcraft, and the Indiana State Fair before his health began to fail. Tim was a kind and caring person and was loved by all who knew him.
Mr. Timothy Morse transitioned from labor to reward on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the age of 65 years, 9 months, and 19 days. He was proceeded in death by his father; Herbert Morse Sr., brothers; Herbert Morse Jr, Michael E. Jones, Gary Morse, Rodney Morse, and Jeffrey (Boxx) Morse.
Tim leaves to cherish his memory mother, Olivia Morse; aunt, Ethel Jean Gurnell, brothers; Pastor Gregory J. Morse (Kathy), Deacon Anthony D. Morse, sister-in-law; LoWayne Morse, foster brother; Stephen J. Price, a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, family, and friends.
RIH Timothy. You were the best Brother-in-law ever. Love but God loves you best..Lady Kathy Morse.