Esther N. Morse

Born in Guide Rock, NE on December 23, 1925

Departed on June 5, 2018 and resided in Denver, CO

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Esther N Morse,92 of Denver, Colorado was called home to her Heavenly Father on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 ,  at Brookdale, Lowry.

Esther was born to Paul and Osa Newhouse on December 23, 1925 in Guide Rock, Nebraska. She lived most of her life in Colorado until she retired from the Denver Federal Center. Retirement took her cross country many times with her husband Bill in their RV, finally settling in Mesa, Arizona to enjoy many active and fun filled years.

Esther was the light of her family. Always loving, adventurous and  nourishing with a little bit of sass. She was passionate about life, loving camping, fishing, water skiing, traveling and dancing with her lifetime partner, Bill. She loved people, but most of all she loved being surrounded by her husband, her daughters, son-in-laws, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Esther is survived by the love of her life, husband of 72 years, William E Morse. She was the beloved mother of Sandra Stanley(Charles-deceased), Cynthia Gablehouse (Randall), Grandmother of Korin Owens(Marni Wahlquist), Kimberly Moore(Brian), Nicholas Owens(Joni Gascoigne), and Sean Gablehouse (Katie).

Great Grandmother of Theia, Grayson, Brianne, Riley and Tommy.

Esther will be prayerfully remembered at Ft. Logan National Cemetery on Wednesday, June 13, at 9:00am. Please arrive at staging area A no later than 8:45am.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Brookdale Hospice, 5600 Quebec St. Ste 375C, Greenwood Village,CO 80111

Guestbook Entries

  1. I am so heartbroken to hear of the passing of Esther. She was the warmest, gentlest, kindest, and loving friend and mother. When she would visit us in Lancaster each year, we would have lazagne with Cin and rand and my parents and enjoy an evening of laughter and love. She was always smiling I cried on her shoulder more than once when I needed compassion and felt her support and caring arms always. My thoughts and prayers are with your family cin and you know how much I loved her and will miss her. I hope she is at peace and knows how much we all treasured her. My heart breaks for bill but I know he is in good hands with your loving family. Much love, m

    • Randy and Cindy Gablehouse :

      Thank you Marthy. What a beautiful message. She loved you so much! I have a sory to tell you. Thank you for your love and kindness . Much love,
      Randy and Cindy

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