E.K. Morice joined the Navy during WW II and was sent to Worcester Polytechnic Institute to earn a degree and commission in the U.S. Navy. After graduation, he spent one year on a destroyer in the China area. After release to inactive duty, Morice was hired by Aeroproducts division of General Motors as a design engineer. He was called back to active duty during the Korean War and served on a destroyer as the gunnery officer for two years in Korea and sailed around the world.
After release to inactive duty, Morice opened two wholesale auto parts stores in Delray Beach and Boynton Beach. He then managed the Flight School for Boca Aviation. He also became involved in soaring in South Florida, winning several awards during soaring competitions. He went on to build an amphibian airplane that won several trophies in national Experimental Aircraft Association events. The airplane is now on display in the Sun ‘n Fun Museum in Lakeland, Fla. He came to Lynn University in 1983 to start the Aviation Management Program.
- B.S., Worchester Polytechnic Institute
- M.P.S., Lynn University
- Aviation management
- Flight theory
- Flight training
Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice
- Active flight instructor for more than 40 years with 15,000 hours of flight time
- Certified as a Motorcycle Coach by the State of Florida
- Certified by the FAA
- Certified FAA flight instructor – airplane, seaplane, and glider
Grand Marshall for Lynn University 2008 Graduation