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Richard and Betty Morse

Richard and Betty met in Kenya at the wedding of two other missionary colleagues. A year later, they reconnected stateside at a missionary convention and were married on January 23, 1968. They returned to Kenya to serve together at Tenwek Hospital. Their son, Rick, was born in Kenya and daughter, Joy, was born in the United States. Both are currently serving in missions ministries.

Richard had general medical responsibilities for many years, but as more physicians were added to the staff, he was in charge of pediatric care. Besides patient care, Richard served in leadership at Tenwek Hospital as assistant medical superintendent. During his years in Kenya, he treated patients with everything from malaria and dysentery to cheetah wounds and HIV/AIDS. 

Betty was involved in teaching Bible subjects, women’s ministries, teaching the Kipsigis language to new missionaries, serving as the station hostess, “and lots of other things missionary wives do!”

Betty retired in 2002 after 39 years of service, and Richard retired in 2004 after 37 years of service. They now live in Avon Park, Florida. They have four grandchildren.

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