Trading retirement plans for landmine removal efforts, the alumnus works to clear Cambodia and build schools.
TCU alumnus Bill Morse works with Cambodian Self-Help Demining and helps advance the organization's mission to find and disarm landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXOs) in parts of Cambodia deemed "low priority" by the government's mine-clearing efforts.
Photo courtesy of Landmine Relief Fund
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James Creange ’17 talks with William “Bill” Morse ’71 as he works to remove landmines in Cambodia. They talk about what compelled Morse, who planned to retire to Italy or Palm Springs, California, to move to Cambodia and some of the life lessons he’s learned along the way.
Morse established the Landmine Relief Fund in 2003 to support the landmine removal efforts and build schools. The fund is a US 501c3 charity based out of the United States. To contribute to these efforts, click here.
Photo courtesy of TCU Athletics.
Music by Mason Wagner, TCU student.
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