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Mary Jo Morse

August 18, 1936 ~ February 18, 2022 (age 85)

Obituary

A Celebration of Life will be held at later date

MaryJo Stone (Morse) was born on August 18th, 1936 to Edmond and Mary Belle (Campbell) Stone. She was raised in Lucas County, Iowa. MaryJo met the love of her life, Raymond Morse, at a roller-skating rink. The two were married on August 22, 1952 in Osceola, Iowa. To this union was born four daughters; Peggy, Vicki, Kathy, and Terri. MaryJo and Raymond raised their family in the Chariton area and attended the Christian Church. Faith and Family were very important to MaryJo. She taught Sunday School classes and was also a Deaconess. She was forever by Ray’s side at 4-H events, POA shows, and attended countless State Fairs. The two were inseparable. In 1973 the couple moved to Phoenix, Arizona where they continued their work with horses for another 17 years. They came back to the Chariton area to spend more time with family. MaryJo loved being an Avon consultant, a Mary Kay consultant, and a Stampin’ Up consultant. Friendships were very important to MaryJo and were often maintained by talking on the phone or sharing her Chocolate Water Cake recipe. When Raymond passed away in 2013 a piece of MaryJo’s heart went with him. She moved to Cody, Wyoming in 2015 where she found her passion for stamping and card making. She continued to attend church regularly and loved to hear the music. MaryJo Stone Morse passed away in the early morning hours of February 18, 2022. Finally, re-united with the love of her life, at peace, and in the comfort of the Lord. Mary Jo was Preceded in death by her Husband Raymond Morse. Her Father Edmond Stone, Mother Mary Belle Stone, Brother Keith Stone, Brother Bob (Kaye) Stone, Sister Kathryn (Donald) McElvain, Grandson Jeremy Sanchez, Grandson Matthew Hayden, Granddaughter Chelsea Stevens and Grandson Benjamin Mollett. She is survived by her dear sister-in-law Bonnie Stone, Daughter Peggy (Jim) Curtis, Granddaughter Kellee (Mike) Curran, Great Granddaughter Abbee Nielson, Great-Great Granddaughters Addilee and MJ Nielson, Great-Great Grandson Marshall Nielson, Great Grandson CJ (Trevor) Walker-Curran, Great Granddaughter Alexis Curran, Great Granddaughter Mackenzie Curran, Grandson Kyle (Kelli) Curtis, Great Grandson Quenten Curtis, Great Granddaughters Alivia, Aubrey, and Jaicee Curtis, Daughter Vicki (Arnold) Mollett, Granddaughter Ida Chapman, Great Grandson Jason Sanchez, Great Granddaughter Victoria Davis, Great Grandson Robert Davis, Granddaughter Krista Turk, Great Grandson Michael Turk, Great Granddaughter Taylor Turk, Grandson Blain (Stephanie) Mollett, Great Grandson Shawn Mollett, Great Granddaughter Kelsie Mollett, Great Grandson Keaton Mollett, Great Grandson Karson Mollett, Granddaughter Melanie (Andy) Davis, Great Granddaughter Lillianna Mollett, Great Grandson Lincoln Davis, Granddaughter Priscilla (Charles) Hayden, Great Grandson Jage White, Great Grandson Benjamin White, Great Granddaughter Addison Hayden, Great Grandson Grahm Hayden, Grandson Arnold Ray (Lindsey) Mollett II, Great Grandsons James and Benson Mollett, Grandson Luke (Brittany) Mollett, Daughter Kathy (Chuck) Culbertson, Grandson Brett Stevens, Daughter Terri Keck, Granddaughter Jolene (Austin) Martin, Great Granddaughter Devinn Martin, Great Grandson Casey Martin, Great Granddaughter Ronni Martin, Grandson Chris (Miki) Keck, Great Granddaughter Analeigh Keck, Great Grandson Brandon Keck, Great Grandson Shawn Keck, Great Grandson Josh Griffin, Great Granddaughter Mikayla Griffin, Great Grandson Ares Griffin, Grandson Raymond Blanton, Great Granddaughter Hayden Blanton, Great Grandson Hunter and Great Grandson Nicholas Blanton

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