His best friends were the giants in our field—Danny Freedman, John Nemiah, Julie Axelrod, Irv Kopin, Richard Wyatt, and David Hamburg, to name a few. Remarkably, he would rather spend an evening surrounded by graduate students, asking them questions that no one else had ever asked them before, than to be with a group of his peers. He was always prepared to fight for a good cause, for a graduate student whom he thought needed extra help, for a patient who wasn’t receiving the care that Morrie felt he or she should receive, or for a member of his family, for he was certainly a devoted family man to his children, Judy, Susan, and David, and to his wife, Barbara, a noted psychiatrist in her own right. He helped mentor a myriad of residents, fellows, and junior faculty who have gone on to successful careers. These include Fred Goodwin, Layton McCurdy, Bill McKinney, Peter Whybrow, Garth Bissette, Frank Kane, George Breese, Ken Jobson, Peter Loosen, Dwight Evans, Bob Golden, Richard Treadway, Jeff Simon, myself, and others.