Freda M Weatherholtz White

(May 2, 1930 to Mar 27, 2012)

Cleanliness being next to godliness could be considered an understatement for Freda. To enter her home one would be hard pressed to find a speck of dust. Even so, it didn’t stop her continued pursuit of perfection: her windows were spotless, there wasn’t a leaf in her yard and she was even known to start cleaning coffee mugs before they had been drunk. When her kids were young she polished everything from their shoes to her son’s cast when he had broken his arm. As adults they often came home to find their houses and yards cleaner than when they had left. It was merely a reflection of how much she loved her family. She was always there for her children, and when blessed with grandchildren her favorite days were the ones spent with them. rn Freda is survived by her husband Bob of Riverside and is the mother of Judy Weatherholtz of Burlington, Caroline Weatherholtz of West Virginia, Kathy Parker (Jerry) of Hainesport, Timothy Weatherholtz of Burlington, the late Kenneth Weatherholtz and was the step-mother of the late David Weatherholtz. She is also survived by her 8 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren, and her beloved dog Max.rn Come celebrate Freda’s 81 wonderful years (May 2, 1930-Mar. 27, 2012) Sunday from 5-7 PM and Monday from 10-11 AM at the Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside, where the service will be at 11. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be made to the Capital Health Foundation 433 Bellevue Ave. 1st Floor, Trenton, NJ 08618.rn

6 thoughts on “Freda M Weatherholtz White

  1. Lisa White

    To my wonderful Aunt Freda-rnWords can not begin to describe my feelings for you.You were like a mother to me and im very grateful to have you been apart of my life.I will certainly miss all of our special talks and all of our laughs that we shared.You were always there for me when I needed a good listener or some advice.I know you are now in a better place with the Lord but I still miss you so much.Love you always- Lisa

  2. Jennifer Weatherholtz

    Grandma (Nanny Goose), you will be dearly missed. I haven’t gotten to see you in person for many years, but I always loved hearing your voice with your thick Jersey accent over the phone. When my dad passed you offered me words that made me feel so much better. Only you could have done that for me. You are so very loved by so many and I’m proud to be your granddaughter. Watch over all of us with your nurturing way and give my dad a hug from me. I love you.

  3. James Bell

    Aunt Freda, n Where to begin. I know I have only known you a few years, but they were great years. You were a great person, you always had a smile, a warm kind word, and you laughed at my jokes. You welcomed me into your home and made me feel a part of the family after Lisa and I married. You were always there for Lisa to lend a kind word or a shoulder to cry on, or just to listen and I thank you deeply for that. You will be missed deeply by Lisa, Megan and I. But its not goodbye its until me meet again. Fair winds and Following seas.nLove James

  4. Pat Paolo

    Our condolences to my cousins and your families.nAunt Freda,I was sad to hear of your passing,and began to remember all the good times I had with you,Uncle Raymond,and your family.It brings me back to the times when I would stay with you when we came to WVa.. Also when I enlisted i;n the army and was sent to Fort Dix.Uncle Raymond would pick me and my friends and bring us to your home.I could go on but i won’t. Just know you will be missed by all of us;All our love, Pat and family

  5. Teri Weatherholtz

    The loss of my sweet Nanny has my heart heavy with sadness. She was an amazing person who always accepted and loved unconditionally. We were far apart physically but always close at heart and reading her memorial helped me to see her in me and to understand myself better. If all people could be like her what an amazing world we would have. The Lord has taken back one of his angels. Until we meet again! nLove, Teri

  6. Deborah Hall (Weatherholtz)

    Freda, I miss you already, beautiful lady. Even though we lived far apart we talked on the phone alot. I am already missing our phone conversations, we would talk about so many things and laugh our behinds off sometimes. I loved you and you loved me….that was so special to me. I was so looking forward to seeing you in May but that’s not to be now, but know that you will be in my heart for always. You are an amazing and loving woman. Love ya

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