Carol Ann Morse
Daughter of the late Arthur and Gloria Morse, Carol Ann Morse was a lifelong resident of Revere, and a nearly 30 year U.S. Post Office employee, retiring in 2012. She died at home on January 5, 2020 after a lengthy illness with COPD. She is predeceased by her sister, Marie T. (Morse) Carter, and survived by siblings Arthur Morse of New Hampshire, Gloria “Chickie” (Morse) Parker of Revere, and Kenneth Morse and his wife, Marsha, of Tewksbury. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Carol was deeply loved by niece Lyne (Festa) Coccimiglio and her children, Krystalyne Coccimiglio and Joseph Aresco, and by niece Robin (Carter) LoConte, and her family - husband, Chris LoConte and sons, Nicholas and Robert LoConte.
If you knew Carol, you know how uniquely particular she could be, and can understand why only a small private memorial service will be held for her in the coming weeks. Please do know, however, that the depth of the love and care from Carol’s friends has not gone unnoticed. It has been both significant and much appreciated.
In honor of Carol, please reach out to the charity of your choice or Care Dimensions Hospice, Danvers, MA, who cared so lovingly for Carol in her final weeks of life.
Auntie Carol .... You are so loved and sadley missed there will be a large hole in our hearts without you. ..Your loving niece KimAnn, Husband Stephen, Michael ,Niki, Stephen II David,and Aleah.
My oldest dearest friend Carol, a friendship that spanned over 60 years. You will be missed by me deeply. You were the kindest, sweetest soul that would do anything for anyone at anytime. Friends since little girls you were always there for me, I love you and you will be forever missed.
My condolences to Carol’s entire family, my deepest sympathy to you all.
May the Lord thy God wrap his arms around her and her loving family during this difficult time..So sorry for your loss..Diane, Bill and family..
So Sorry to hear about Carol passing. Worked many years at the Post Office on Tour 1 with Carol. May she Rest in Peace. Xoxoxoxo
I had the pleasure of working with Carol and kept in touch with her after she retired. Had many fun lunches her, visits with her and talks on the phone. I will miss you and so will everyone that knew you. My condolences to the Morse family. Thank you Robin for everything.
Carol worked with Joe Twist at the Post Office. That alone made her a saint. I became a dear friend and have many wonderful memories. I am not surprised she wants to go quietly but ALL OF HEAVEN is shouting at her arrival. My condolences to the family but my best friend made it home!! Rest In Peace Carol
Oh guys.. I’m so saddened to hear about Aunty Carol. She was such a big part of our younger days. I hope she can now rest peacefully .. she knows how much you all loved her. I’m here if you need anything. Sharon S.❤️
Our deepest sympathy to you all. As you know, Auntie Carol (Auntie Towel) left a lasting impression on the hearts of everyone she touched. The sound of her laughter and loving heart will stay with all of us lucky enough to know her. 💞