Mary Ann Morse – The Lincoln County News | Catch My Job


Mary Ann Morse now rests in peace. He died on November 15, 2022 at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus. He was born Jan. 11, 1941, in Augusta, to Virgil L. and Ethelyn Gibson Morse. He was also adored by his grandparents, Virgil Sr. and Lydia Morse, where he spent much of his time on the family farm in North Waldoboro, home of Morse’s Sauerkraut.

Mary Ann attended Waldoboro High School, the Chamberlain School of Retailing and the Jordan Marsh Co. Executive Training Program in Boston. She returned to Maine and worked at Vocaline Co. until her children were born.

After the children were in school, she began a career with the US Postal Service for 18 years. After his retirement, he started an antique business specializing in paper antiques, and from that business he managed a successful mail order business. In 1998, he traveled to 16 states, selling at antique shows and visiting customers he met in his online business.

Mary Ann was involved in many activities and associations including Mother’s Club, B&B Association, YMCA (where she taught swimming), Maine Antique Dealers Association and Pemaquid Paddlers.

Her greatest love was dancing in any style and she enjoyed being a member of the Sage Swingers Square Dancers. Later in life, her hobbies included cross-country skiing, kayaking, traveling to Europe, and attending programs with her two grandchildren, Myron and Della.

Mary Ann is survived by her son, Dale Morse Hahn of North Waldoboro. Survived by Jane B. Hahn of Salt Lake City, Utah; and two grandchildren, Myron and Della Hahn of Boothbay.

Please join us for a gathering of family and friends on Sunday, November 20th from 1-3pm at Hall’s Funeral Home of Boothbay, 975 Wiscasset Road, Boothbay. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wake Up Narcolepsy.

Hall’s of Boothbay will take care of the arrangements. To send an online condolence visit


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