Marie Whittemore
January 3, 1925 - April 23, 2020
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Marie H. Whittemore (Mrs. William E. Whittemore), age 95, of Menasha, was guided by the hand of her loving husband on April 23, 2020 to join him eternally in heaven where they will rest together. On January 3, 1925 she was born at Theda Clark Hospital in Neenah to the late Ralph and Helen Kurtzweil.…

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Susan Schindler left a message on April 28, 2020:
Rest in peace Aunt DoDo. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Carol and Mike Zimmerman left a message on April 27, 2020:
Bill and Jim, we are so sorry for the loss of your mom. May your happy memories be of comfort. Aunt Dodo was a very special, one of a kind aunt. While the other adults were busy visiting, she and Uncle Bill would play games with the kids. She was the person who taught me to knit, a visit to her house always meant cookies, and if you were there long enough a visit to Goodwill to pick up some treasures. She loved her family and her dogs. May she Rest In Peace.
Annie Johns left a message on April 27, 2020:
Bill, condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Your friends at Meijer are keeping you in our thoughts.
William E. Whittemore left a message on April 26, 2020:
Mom, you will be missed by all.
Alicia W. left a message on April 26, 2020:
I have many memories from childhood of grandma. Whenever she watched us when we were kids, she would take us to the dollar store and let us pick something out. She always made sure she had cookies in the famous cookie jar and I don’t think she ever had a time were she didn’t have popsicles in the freezer for us. She taught me some of her crafty knitting skills that I use today. I also remember grandmas angel collection, she loved angels. You’ll be missed always grandma.
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William E. Whittemore left a message on April 25, 2020:
I would like Thank everyone who continued to visit mom at the nursing home or would send cards at holidays and birthday. It is too easy to forget about someone after they are no longer at there own home. She was a special woman that loved everyone and made sure they were taken care of. Mom gave me and my brother Jim the greatest gift another person could ever give. She made us a family. We were adopted and were treated as if we were hers. Because we were. Nothing different. Mom always made sure we had supper at 5pm. Even if we had football practice or other extra school activities. Supper waited and we ate as family when we got home. She will be missed by all because I know she touched everyone's heart in a special way. Again Thank You to everyone and God Bless.
Jerry Nowicki left a message on April 25, 2020:
Bill and Jim, you have my deepest sympathy. I have fond memories of your Mom and Dad. Everyone should have been blessed with an Uncle Bill and Aunt DoDo. From spending time camping up north, to Thanksgivings and Christmas over the years, and time spent at their house during the summer, there are so many times I cherish. May they both rest in peace together again. Jerry and Sue
James R Whittemore Sr. left a message on April 25, 2020:
I had just seen her on Easter, where she was by the window with a set of rabbit ears on and a smile on her face cause of seeing me, and before that on my B-day at the end of March, usally I tried to go see her alot before this covid-19. I made Sunday a regular date to bring her the news paper, she enjoyed reading the comics, and her horoscope as she always had a sense of humor. There are many memories I could write about, and will write just a few as I hope others do too. I would say to myself where to start like how many kids have a mom named Do-Do, she got the nickname from her brother when they were young and it stuck through out life. From growing up on a farm to having fun with grand kids, and through all the times she had seen (which was a long span) made a life of memories. Every fall things geared up like apple picking, making pies and applesauce , to peanut butter cookies for deer hunting, to christmas cookies, and what I used to call bricks ma's fruit cake, I"m sure people remember these. One of my better ones recently was where they would have people come in with instruments and perform for the residents of nursing home, I showed up to visit, and ma was asleep so I woke her up. She looked at me and said "here I thought I was in heaven" cause that day they had a lady playing very big harp, me and the nurse chukled thinking that was a good one. Many times ma would ask to take her home, Ma your at home now. Love your son James
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