Ornament Honoring Morris ‘Moe’ Young

Ornament Honoring Morris ‘Moe’ Young

NORTHEAST HARBOR, ME – This holiday season the Mission is offering supporters a heartfelt way to honor family and friends. Honoring someone, such as Ms. Joyce Young, his daughter Michelle, and Ms. Wanda Theobald’s tribute to late husband, father, and brother, Morris “Moe” Young, shows great esteem.

“Being one of twelve children from Gouldsboro,” writes Ms. Theobald of her brother, Moe “was a recipient of the generosity of the Seacoast Mission as a child. Seeing that car drive in, knowing there was a special gift for each of us, made such an impact. As he got older, Moe would say that it really made a difference, and how grateful he was.”

A bus driver for Gouldsboro and Ellsworth, Moe Young’s “kind and caring heart touched many lives,” continued his sister. “If you knew Moe and are able to donate to this amazing program, please do so in his memory. He was so loved and is missed by many.”

From now until Christmas, for a small donation to help with the Mission’s work, the names of honorees will be handwritten on Mission holiday ornaments, and displayed on the Colket Center Christmas tree in Northeast Harbor.

Who in your life would you like to honor? Click here.

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