Madaleine Whitehouse

Madaleine Whitehouse (Morgan)

Friday, March 28th, 1924 - Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
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Madaleine Whitehouse passed away peacefully on February 2, 2021 at Carriage Hill Assisted Living in Madbury, NH after 96 years of living and loving.
Madaleine Cushing (Morgan) Whitehouse was born in Newton, MA, March 28, 1924, the youngest child of six children to Chester Dwight Morgan and Madaleine Cushing (Fraser) Morgan. She graduated from Watertown High School (MA) in 1942. She was a charter member of “Rainbow Girls” in Watertown,MA. Madaleine was an active member of the St. John’s Methodist Episcopal Church in Watertown. She graduated from the Cambridge Mt. Auburn Hospital School of Nursing in 1945 as an RN.
On August 24, 1946, she married Robert Andrew Whitehouse from Dover, NH. While living in Rollinsford, she worked in the Pediatric, Med-Surg and Obstetric wards of Wentworth Douglass Hospital as well as at Whitehouse Opticians as Treasurer.
Some of her community activities were: President of the Managers at the Dover Children’s Home, a member of the Dover Women’s Club, a member of Church Women United and volunteered at Rollinsford Grade School.
She was an active member of St. John’s United Methodist Church in Dover, NH in many ways including FISH (driving for cancer patients), WISH, Church Council, Care Team, Taught Sunday school (K) and was a Den mother. She made thousands of cookies and desserts for the Dover Friendly Kitchen, Soup Kitchen, Bloodmobile, etc… as well as for family and friends and church members if they were ill, sad, had a loss or even for joyous occasions.
She is survived by and will be missed by 3 children: Jay Whitehouse & wife Denise from Rollinsford, Jan Whitten of Gonic and Jon Whitehouse & wife Nancy from Rollinsford; eight grandchildren: Cheri Butler, Kristiana Bennett , Aimee Krauss, Kirsten Bennett, Thomas Whitehouse, Kurt Bennett, Ashlee Whitehouse and Brittany Whitehouse as well as eight great-grandchildren: Brian Whitehouse, Olivia Krauss, Kuron Moo-Young, Sophia Krauss, Ming-Kai Moo-Young, Emily Whitehouse, Dylan Whitehouse and Kennedy Bennett.
She is currently tap dancing in heaven…
A Memorial Service will be postponed until Covid allows us to meet again in person.
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    Woodlawn Cemetery
    Agamenticus Road
    South Berwick, Maine 03908
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Brian Whitehouse

Posted at 01:34pm
I remember every Christmas dinner with GG. I remember how we all would gather around for a Christmas feast. I loved spending time with everyone, and especially with GG.

Jane Ann Sherwood

Posted at 11:00am
Our condolence to the Whitehouse Family; Clyde made my first glasses, and he was a good friend of my husband, George Sherwood; We spent many Sundays at "camp" where everyone gathered to watch boat races and visit. Whitehouse opticians was the place for your glasses. Bob and Madaleine were the best. George was a sign painter and did all their signs. Time sure goes by. Jane Ann and George Sherwood

Dylan Whitehouse

Posted at 04:34pm
From Emily Whitehouse (Great-granddaughter, 10):

I remember that at Thanksgiving we would get together. I would always give her a big hug, and take pictures with her. She was very nice and kind. We also would visit the nursing home (Carriage Hill) and we would play with a balloon and hit it around the room with her. She also showed me around her room and would tell us what she did each day. I hope she has a good time in heaven and can reunite with all of her family. I love her and I miss her.

Dylan Whitehouse

Posted at 04:03pm
I have lots of memories of Grammie. When I was a kid, she would watch me during the daytime, and I would come over to her house for second breakfast, including "burled" eggs or eggs "over light" and orange marmalade toast. She made great food (Grandmums spaghetti, fudge at Christmas, stuffed celery and Meatloaf, just to name a few; my wife makes some of her recipes still, so her memory lives on in that way). It was great growing up with Grammie and Grampie just a quick walk away, and many summers (and some winters) were spent at the pond, swimming or ice skating. We both enjoyed talking about the New England sports teams (mostly Red Sox and Patriots), and she always was happy to see my family/children when we came to visit. She will be greatly missed, but I am glad that she can finally be with Grampie and her siblings, since she lived a long time without them.

Dylan Whitehouse Posted at 04:03pm

Posted by Tom Whitehouse

Dylan Whitehouse

Posted at 03:55pm
From Dylan Whitehouse (great-grandson, 5):

I used to visit Great Grammie at her house (Carriage Hill). I remember that there were usually candies to eat and stuffed animals to play with while we would talk. I always gave her a big hug. I will miss her.

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