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Guestbook for Wayne L. Whitehouse
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December 5, 2013 | patrick Libby - livermore falls , M.E. -- u.s.a

i grew up down the street on stricklands loop he used to give me his cans P.B.R he was a great guy

January 28, 2013 | Kimberly Luxeder - Prospect, CT -- USA

My name is Kim (Mitchell)Luxeder and when I saw Mr. Whitehouse's obituary in the paper,I had to share my story with his family. I never knew this man, but I know the kind of man he was. I grew up in Livermore Falls, but moved away after college. We always visit back home and one night, my husband, my two young kids and myself decided to eat at the Chuck Wagon in town. There was a man at a table next to us, smiling and glancing over and saying how well-behaved our kids were. We smiled and thanked him and continued eating our dinner. When we finished, we asked the waitress for our bill. She replied, its already been taken care of.We said what? By who? She said the older gentleman sitting next to you. I asked the waitress for his name, in case I ever got the oppurtunity to thank him. She told me Wayne Whitehouse. I wrote it down and put it in my wallet. Living out-of-state,I never got to thank him,but I never forgot his random act of kindness and thought his family should hear it too! He touched our family and when,on another occasion we got the chance, we payed it forward and picked up the tab for someone else.

January 3, 2013 | Cliff Kucine - Portland, Me -- USA

Debra &Steven Morse,
Are the most amazing individuals As they allowed and encouraged their dad and grandfather to enter the next world.

January 3, 2013 | Debbie Yeaton Knapp - Auburn, Maine -- USA

Wayne - You got to work many years at the mill with my father Lewis Yeaton. You were a great friend of dads and I was fortunate to have gotten to know you while I was working summers at the mill (you always picked on me when I was younger, but I loved it!) and whenever you stopped by to visit mom and dad. I can still recall dad talking about the bats, mice and snakes at the camp on Lincoln Pond. Dad didn't like the bats hanging over him while he slept, so he had you put up a bat house and got rid of them! You told him not to worry about the mice because the snakes would take care of them and then dad saw one slither in the wood pile - he didn't like those either!! He had lots of awesome trips with you to Ross Lake and Lincoln Pond and many great "fishing" stories. Thanks for all of the great memories!You will be missed by many especially my dad.

Rest in Peace.

Debbie Yeaton Knapp

January 3, 2013 | Donna Elcewicz - Auburn, Me -- Androscoggin

My Deepest Sympathy. I know this has been a long difficult road. Your Dad was a lucky man to have such a loving, caring daughter. My prayers are with you and your family.

January 3, 2013 | Debra Kendall - Livermore, ME -- usa

Debbie, Spike, Wendell and families,
I am thinking about you all,in this difficult time. I am sorry for your lost and am praying for you all. What a pleasure it was it know your father. No matter how sick he was in the past year he always asked about others. I will always remember Wayne's smile, and the sparkle in his eye.
Love you, Debbie

January 2, 2013 | Bertha Martinez - Minot, Maine -- usa

I love you, I will Miss you very much,I enjoyed all of our dinners at Long Horn.I will your smile very much,
we had so many BBQS and Me buying your NA bush Beer,
I did get you a 12 pak For Christmas and you never got to drink it, we will drink it in your memory,I hope you are at your Camp in Heaven,
God Bless you with all My Love,

January 2, 2013 | Hannah Therrien - Livermore, Maine -- USA


I was so blessed to have you in my life. I can't imagine my childhood memories without you in them. You always had some sort of treat for me and my sisters every time we visited. Our favorite was always the Slim Jims! I also treasure the times we laughed so hard watching "Big Mouth Billy Bass" and all the other singing wall hangings you always seemed to find, then laughing when we got home and Mom sarcastically thanked you for letting us keep Billy and his annoying songs. I wish we would have kept in touch as I grew older because I've started fishing a lot and I know I could have learned lots of tricks from you! Love you Wayne!

January 2, 2013 | Laurie Therrien - Livermore, ME -- USA

Dear Wayne,

You was like a father to me and a grandfather to the girls. So kind and thoughtful in so many ways. I cannot thank you enough for all you did and all the fond memories. We love you Wayne. You will be missed by all of us. May you rest in peace!

Laurie, Danielle, Hannah and Meg <3

January 2, 2013 | Laurie Therrien - Livermore , Maine -- USA

Dear Wayne,

You was like a father to me and a grandfather to the girls. So kind and thoughtful in so many ways. I cannot thank you enough for all you did and all the fond memories. We love you Wayne!! You will certainly be missed by all of us! May you rest in peace.

Laurie, Danielle, Hannah and Meg <3

January 2, 2013 | Debra Morse - Lewiston, Maine -- USA

it has only been a few days since you passed
I miss you more every hour,mostly lost at home without you.I know it will take time
everything i look at is a reminder, of how fortunate i was to be able to take care.
we had good times,difficult, times sad times,
overall we made the best of everything.
you never complained of the pain you were in, i have been thinking it must have been terrible but you never complained. even though you could not even turn over you still would getup and go to dinner.
I really have some great memories that will be in my heart forever.
we drove 2700 miles in my new car, how much fun was that. I look back how you asked me to buy the car while you still were here so you could see it.I tried to complete your bucket list, there were a couple of things we could not do ,due to illness,however i will make sure you go to these destanations.
so glad i could be by your side to the very last breath.
your daughter,

January 2, 2013 | Shirley - Windham, Maine -- USA

Wayne, you were my everything. I will forever cherish our love and life together with our lovely daughter and two precious sons. You worked hard and played hard. Lived life your way. Thank you Spike for taking your Dad in and doing the best you knew how when he needed you even when you were not well yourself. And Wendell, you did great in the time your Dad was with you and understandably you had to go to work. He loved his time with you. Debbie your extrodinary care and sacrifices you have made to care for your Dad was way beyond imagination. You worked 12 hr. shifts then took him out to eat or icecream or wherever he wished and the care during his struggles with his declining health. Wayne you were so blessed and loved by these children of yours.

January 1, 2013 | Sister Dorine Moreau - Waterville, Maine -- Kennebec

My condolences to the family of Wayne Whitehouse. We attended Jay High School together, graduating in 1958. He was a wonderful classmate and friend. My prayers are with you. Sister Dorine Moreu

January 1, 2013 | Ron Allen - Aziscohos Lake, Parkertown, Township -- Oxford, Me

I have good memories from "UPTA CAMP"
with Wayne & Howard Drapper
He will Be Missed.
Ron Allen

January 1, 2013 | Greg Brooke - Lewiston, Maine -- USA

It was such a pleasure to get to know Wayne in the little time I as able to spend with him.

January 1, 2013 | Jennifer Hair - Huntington Beach, California -- USA

Sending my condolences to the family in this difficult time, and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

January 1, 2013 | Gail Goss - Naples, Florida -- U.S.A.

Dear Waynes Family,

So sorry to hear of your loss.

I met Wayne at our camp on Aziscohos Lake. He use to visit us daily, & shared many fun hunting, fishing and camp stories with us over the years...


December 31, 2012 | Lois Messeder-Watson - Newport News, Virginia -- U.S.A

To my dearest friend, Debra. I am so very sorry for your loss but in the deepest part of your heart, the memories will live forever. So this is my wish for; COMFORT on difficult days RAINBOWS to follow the clouds;
SMILES when sadness intrudes; FAITH, so that you can believe; Sunsets to warm your heart;LAUGHTER to kiss you lips;COURAGE to know yourself;Hugs,when spirits sag; Patience to accept the truth;BEAUTY for your eyes to see;Confidence for when you doubt;FRIENDSHIPS to brighten your being...and LOVE, to complete your life. It makes my heart very happy that we've located each other again...and for Poppa,May the road rise to meet you, may the wind be always at your back;may the sun shine warm upon your face;the rain fall soft upon your fields and Until we meet again, May God hold you in the the hollows of His Hand. Have a safe journey, Popa

December 31, 2012 | Sarah Pelletier - Lewiston, Maine -- USA

Wayne, I loved you so much and I cherish every moment I had with you. I enjoyed helping Debra take care of you and will hold every single memory close to my heart. You were very special to me.

December 31, 2012 | Ed and Muriel Bachtel - 8129 Parkford St. NW, Massillom, Ohio 44646 -- U.S.A.

Wayne, our brother-in-law, was always so kind to me when I was in high school, college,

family picnics,get-togethers, weddings, etc.
Super nice guy who cared for his family and others. Going to miss you, guy. Your children surely took good care of you and your daughter has been such a loving, devoted trooper! See you up yonder someday. God's blessings. Sympathy to all the family. Love, Ed and Muriel

December 31, 2012 | Debra Morse - Lewiston, Me -- USA

I love you and miss you so much already,
But I'm my heart I know u are at peace.
I love you,
Your daughter


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