Inez Eleanor Morse

Inez Eleanor Morse was saved by the Gods’ grace and showed the love of the Lord Jesus everyday.  On November 8, 2020 she took the Lord’s hand to her heavenly home.

Born and raised in Excelsior Springs, graduated in 1954, she worked as a nurse for several physicians in town.  She retired with the love of her life down at the Lake of the Ozarks. She was an avid Chiefs fan. She was a Sunday school teacher at Rockfalls Baptist Church. She loved her church family as much as she did her own family.  She saw all the good in a world of evil.

She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, and a sister-in-law.

She is survived by her husband, Ron; brother, Bobby (Wanda) Wilson; sister-in-law, Julie Casteel;  her children, Leigh Ann (Doug) Blevins, Terri (Troy) Uptergrove, Janice (Bill) Frost, Donna (Korey) Manley, Jennifer Carder, Jan (Mike) Harper, Joy (Ben) Hicks, Jimmy (Trish) Callaway, Jay (Shannon) Morse, Jeannie Callaway and Jill Morse; 14 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and two blessings to come.

Due to Covid, Inez will be in-state Friday, November 13, 2020 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs for friends viewing.  Graveside services will take place at Masonic Cemetery, Excelsior Springs.  In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Our Sincere Condolences

Tim and I are sorry to hear of grandma Inez passing. May she and all the faithful departed rest in peace.
Carolyn Gerety

Inez was so sweet and kind, so pleasant to be around. I feel blessed that I got to visit with her by phone the day before her passing. She will be missed by so many that loved her. Prayers and hugs to her wonderful family.
Sherry Thomas

A great person in Excelsior. I’ll always remember her. My kids remember her from Dr. Allen’s office.  A super lady. She will be greatly missed.
Ruby Dickey

From our family to yours, our heartfelt condolences for the loss of such a wonderful lady. Inez shined a light into every room she entered and brightened the days of those of us blessed enough to know her.  I will never forget her kindness and hospitality when I needed it most.
Melba

I’m am at a loss for words
Inez was such an amazing lady non judge mental never forgot a face.
She will definitely be missed by many.
Love and Hugs
Troy and Yvette Howard (Cates)

She was truly a beautiful woman inside & out. Always a shining light on a dark day. She will be truly missed by everyone.
Penny Thomas

A very nice lady, she will be missed. Please accept our sincere condolences.
John & Donna Williams

We are so sorry for your lost — what a shock.  Inez was a loving and caring person, full of life, always ready to help.  She has now joined that big card table sitting with Marie and Evert And Vern and Naomi — God has added another angel to his flock,
Love and Prayers, Bob and Janet Lewis

Inez was a wonderful person years ago they lived around the corner from us. She will be truley missed. PRAYERS for all.
Wendy Peterson

I cherish the good times we had and learned so much from Inez.  She was our maid of honor when we married in 1991. The love she shared with me and my Randy (died 4/15/2020) is more than words can express.  She is a bright star in my life.  I will miss her.  Thank you for welcoming me into the life of a  wonderful and loved lady willing to give her all to make others happy.
Rose M Corum
Mesa AZ

I always looked forward to seeing Inez at church.  She was always so nice and welcoming.  She will be missed greatly.
Inez will always be in our hearts.  Prayers for Ron and family.
Lee Ann Cain

Inez, I’ll see you in Heaven!! So glad we got to reconnect after many years.
You were such a good friend!!
So thankful for Jesus in both our lives!!
“Until Then”
Naomi E. Allen

I just saw this today,  I am so sorry to hear this.   She was such a wonderful woman.   I know you have lots of memories to comfort you.  She will watch over you until you meet again.
Myrna Morris