Army Veteran Adam E Morse, of Gardner and formerly of Templeton, left this life Wednesday, April 29th after a long battle with Post Traumatic Stress.
He was born in Leominster on September 10, 1982 and grew up in Templeton, graduating in 2000 from Narragansett Regional High School. Following his graduation, he served in the United States Army during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served honorably for seven years.
Following his discharge, Adam tried to fit back in to society and worked for seven years for Snyder Pools, Westminster. He tried valiantly for many years to defeat his demons and be free of pain. His hobbies were riding 4 wheelers, motorcycles, dirt bikes and snowmobiles.
He leaves his wife, Amanda (Stanton) Morse; a daughter, Ava E. Morse; two stepchildren, Kaylee Richard and Christopher Richard; his father, Eric C. Morse of Athol; his mother, Donna (Labonte) Stanley of Gardner; his sisters, Jacqueline Rosario of Westminster and Jennifer Morin of Athol; two half brothers, Corey Bowser and Michael Stanley; a half sister, Jaimie Bowser and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Adam E Morse lost his battle with PTS on April 29, 2015. He was 32 years old.