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Nickerson Funeral Home

77 Eldredge Park Way, Orleans, MA

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Anna Maud Morse

June 21, 1929March 25, 2020

Anna M. Morse passed on March 25, 2020. She was born in Eastham on June 21, 1929 to LeRoy F. Richardson, Sr., and Elizabeth G. MacDougall. Anna grew up in Orleans near Rock Harbor and graduated from Orleans High School. After her marriage to Leslie H. Morse, Jr. she moved to the Eastham side of Rock Harbor for the remainder of her life. Anna worked as a waitress at many local establishments including The Captain Linnell House, Chatham Bars Inn and The Egg and I.

Anna is survived by 2 daughters, Leslie-Ann Morse of Eastham and Karen E. Avellar of Dover-Foxcroft, ME, along with 4 grandchildren, John H. Avellar and Sadie E. Avellar of ME and Alexander F. Richardson and Victoria E. Richardson of Eastham. Anna is also survived by a niece, Debra Smith of AZ and a nephew, Jeremy F. Richardson of Mashpee, both of whom she raised. She is also survived by 2 brothers, Bernard Richardson of Eastham and Donald Richardson of HI, along with many nieces and nephews.

Due to the Covid 19 Virus, all services on Friday March 27, 2020 are private. However, anyone interested in listening to the graveside service can call the funeral home for more information.

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Stephanie Sullivan

March 26, 2020

Leslie,
Bill and I are so sorry for your loss. Will always remember how great your Mom was to us, and especially her wonderful banana bread that she would make for all of us to enjoy. I know how much she will be missed by you and the family. God speed.

Mary McDermott

March 26, 2020

The word "good" in the dictionary should have Anna's picture next to it. People don't come any finer than this hard-working, family-oriented lady. May it be a comfort to know that she and Les are together again.

Debra Smith

March 25, 2020

I will miss you very much you were the only mother I ever knew.