In loving memory of

Carolyn Margie (DeYoung) Morse
February 4, 2021 - January 25, 2021

Carolyn Margie (DeYoung) Morse age 79 of Washington passed away Thursday, January 21, 2021 at Prairie Village Nursing Home.


Carolyn was born October 25, 1941 in Pasadena, CA to Fred and Pauline DeYoung. She graduated from Trona High School in Trona, CA. She worked at the Stitching Post. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Carolyn’s biggest achievement in life was being a wife, mother and granny. She also loved sewing, painting, quilting and baking with her granddaughter Lexi.


She is survived by her husband Jimmie Morse of Washington who she married January 21, 1961; her daughter Julie (Mark) Halter of Washington ; her brother Johnny (Wilma) DeYoung ; two sisters Paula (Curtis) DeYoung-Wong and Roberta DeYoung and her granddaughter Lexi Halter.


She is preceded in death by her parents and sister Dorothy Farrah.


Due to Covid-19 services will be private.


Condolences can be sent to the family online at All arrangements were entrusted to Ed Lee Mortuary.


Bessie Johnson Wiles wrote on Feb 2, 2021:

"Im so sorry to hear about Carolyns passing. She was one of my classmates at Trona. I know she was a very pretty girl and very likable. She was one of my friends. May God bless all of you and help you through this time of grief. I know you will miss her, but she is in a good place now."

Suzanne Dean wrote on Feb 1, 2021:

"Sending love from long time ago Trona alumni. I knew Carolyn as a young person, her Mom & Dad plus her brother & sisters. Memories are beautiful."

Paula and Curtis Wong wrote on Jan 29, 2021:

"Sending so much love to all of Carolyn's family. She will be missed. I wish we could be with all of you, and I will always wish she would call me back."

Kevin & Michele Potts wrote on Jan 27, 2021:

"Jimmy and family you are in our thoughts and prayers."

Thomas & Manuela McBeth wrote on Jan 26, 2021:

"Jim and family, may the Lord our God comfort you in your time of sorrow and during the grieving period. Carolyn was a true blessing to us and to anyone who knew her or crossed paths with her. Carolyn's work here on earth is finished but has just begun in the Lord's Kingdom. Take comfort that we will see her again one day when the Lord calls us home. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. For this is the will of My Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in Him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day." John 6: 40 With love in Christ, Tom & Manuela."