Mark S. Morser
July 10, 1955 - February 6, 2011
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400 West Wisconsin Avenue
Kaukauna, WI 54130
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400 West Wisconsin Avenue
Kaukauna, WI 54130
Friday 2/11, 3:00 pm

Morser, Mark S. Mark Scott Morser, age 55, passed away on Sunday, February 6, 2011. He was born July 10, 1955, the son of the late Earl and Edna (Bistema) Morser. Mark graduated from Racine Lutheran High School and then from Dr. Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota. He worked on his graduate work…

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Jennifer Kruse Zuhlke left a message on February 11, 2011:
To the family of Mark Morser: Please accept my sympathies for your loss. Mr. Morser was my 3rd and 4th grade teacher, and I have fond memories of the time spent in his classroom. I was saddened to hear of his death. He always tried to make learning fun – I still remember the word games he challenged us with, and how many songs we sang during music time. The Christmas season was special in his classroom too, because he would put up all these lights and decorations, and we got to eat lunch in the glow of the Christmas lights. He really cared about his students. I pray that God will comfort you during this difficult time.
Evie Thorne left a message on February 11, 2011:
I am so sorry to hear of such a tragic loss. Mark was a very dear man and I am thankful that I was able to work with him at Copps. He was such a gentle spirit and it was sad to learn that he was struggling so much. He is in the Lord's hand. There is no better place to be.
Craig Johnson left a message on February 11, 2011:
So sorry for your loss. I was a student at Trinity in 1981, when I had Mr. Morser as a teacher. A very kind and helpful person. He was way too young.
Jeff Kruse left a message on February 11, 2011:
To the family of Mark Morser, On behalf of my family, I would like to offer my condolences in this difficult time. It is with sadness I reflect on some of my memories of Mr. Morser during my 3rd and 4th Grade years at Trinity. I recall the great 111 vs 88 number debates we would have; the game of who could possess the Al Hirt cassette tape and hide it from Mr. Morser; the treats he would bring in for his students on a regular basis; and also the willingness to play touch football or kickball with any group of students whenever asked. He was one of the few teachers who you could tell enjoyed what he did, and genuinely cared about his students. He will most assuredly be missed.
Mel & Marilyn Kruse left a message on February 11, 2011:
To the family of Mark Morser, It is with much sadness that we heard of Mark's death. As a parent of several of his students from St. John, we offer you, and especially his children, our prayerful condolences during this difficult time. One of our own children commented that he remembered Mark's classroom more than anything else during his grade school years, liked Mark's choice of favorite musician (Al Hirt) and always enjoyed hearing of his favorite number (111, of course). Mark helped build up fond Christian memories for our children during formative years. We, ourselves, always will remember Mark for being such a quiet, humble soul; one that many of us would do well to emulate. We pray that God will help you through this period, that heaven will ultimately relieve us of life's sorrows, and will join us in His gracious mercy.
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Jon Kruse left a message on February 11, 2011:
My father emailed me the news this morning and I would like to offer my condolences to his family. I had Mr. Morser as my 3/4 teacher at Trinity, Kaukauna, and have many great memories of being in his classroom. I remember him as a warm, kind, Christian man with a good sense of humor. To this day I wonder if Al Hirt was really his favorite musician or if he said that jokingly to add to the Mark Morser middle school teacher persona (maybe his children can answer that one). And I chuckle when I see the number 111 which he always told us was his favorite. I also remember he always bought each of us a gift at Christmas. He was a huge reading advocate too and I can still recall the wacky reading contests he came up with in great detail. He will be missed.
Marianne Niemi left a message on February 10, 2011:
I've known Mark for many years thru working at Copps together. Mark was a great guy who always had a kind word and smile for everyone no matter his circumstances. I will miss Mark very much, he had many friends who cared about him. Mark's greatest joy were his kids whom he talked about all the time. I'm very sorry for the loss of your dad, my prayers are with you.
Vicki Niemczyk left a message on February 10, 2011:
I'm deeply saddened by Mark's sudden passing. I went to high school with him. We reconnected on Facebook and all he talked about was his love for his children. I want his kids to know he loved them more than anything in the world. You have my sympathy for the loss of your father...make him proud.
Michelle Deno Ebben left a message on February 10, 2011:
You have touched the lives of many Mr. Morser and will never be forgotten. A poem of comfort to your family: Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. I am in a thousand winds that blow, I am the softly falling snow. I am the gentle showers of rain, I am the fields of ripening grain. I am in the morning hush, I am in the graceful rush Of beautiful birds in circling flight, I am the starshine of the night. I am in the flowers that bloom, I am in a quiet room. I am in the birds that sing, I am in each lovely thing. Do not stand at my grave bereft I am not there. I have not left.
Angela Sours left a message on February 10, 2011:
Mark was the most gentle and considerate man I have known. His family was the 1st to receive our Christmas Family and he was so appreciative for the help. Mark was the hardest worker that I have ever known. Always pleasant and kind. He has truly been missed, and now a special place will always remain for his dedication to his job and the kindness and generosity that he shared with everyone. Life isn't fair sometimes, but Mark dealt with it the best he could. I will miss you Mark for what you stood for and you kindness that I will not forget. Angela Sours, RPh Copps Pharmacy
Lori Arndt Krahn left a message on February 10, 2011:
Mr. Morser was my 3rd and 4th grade teacher and he was a wonderful man. I am saddened by his death and that I will be out of state on Friday for the funeral. How fitting that it is on the 11th of 2011- 111 was his favorite number! The Trinity Class of 1986 will miss you!
Margaret West left a message on February 10, 2011:
My deepest sympathy goes out to Mark's family following your sudden loss. Mark and I both attended Racine LHS and I reconnected with him on FaceBook. He wanted nothing more than to spend more time with his children--they meant everything to him! Please know that you were very much loved by your dad and that the love bonds we've created here continue on the Other Side. He awaits your arrival some day and will greet you with open arms as his loving Lord has greeted him. My prayers are with you all following the loss of Mark. I am very sad at this loss and grieve with you.
Lisa Frost left a message on February 10, 2011:
My deepest sympathy to Mark's family....especially his children. He loved you kids, more than you know! I hope time will help you understand all of this!! I went to LHS with Mark and reconnected with him through FB. He was a NICE man, I will miss our conversations greatly!
Laurie Wallace (Roerig) left a message on February 9, 2011:
To all of Mr. Morser's family: He was a wonderful soft-spoken man with a gift for teaching. I had him as a teacher at Trinity many years ago. He will always be remembered as a strong, faith based man. God grant you all peace and strength through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Jenny Rodman left a message on February 9, 2011:
I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Mark. I worked with him for a number of years at Copps grocery store and he was such a nice guy to work with. Even after I was finished working at Copps and I would be in the store shopping, Mark would always say hello to me. My thoughts are with Marks family and friends at this time.
Jenny Rodman left a message on February 9, 2011:
I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Mark. I worked with him for a number of years at Copps grocery store and he was such a nice guy to work with. Even after I was finished working at Copps and I would be in the store shopping, Mark would always say hello to me. My thoughts are with Marks family and friends at this time.
Jenny Rodman left a message on February 9, 2011:
I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Mark. I worked with him for a number of years at Copps grocery store and he was such a nice guy to work with. Even after I was finished working at Copps and I would be in the store shopping, Mark would always say hello to me. My thoughts are with Marks family and friends at this time.
Jenny Rodman left a message on February 9, 2011:
I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Mark. I worked with him for a number of years at Copps grocery store and he was such a nice guy to work with. Even after I was finished working at Copps and I would be in the store shopping, Mark would always say hello to me. My thoughts are with Marks family and friends at this time.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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