Helen M (Cahill) Whall

Born: Mon., Nov. 7, 1927
Died: Tue., Dec. 31, 2013

Celebration of Life

12:30 PM Sat., Jan. 04, 2014
Location: Lord Funeral Home, Wolfeboro, NH

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Melvin Village, NH

Helen Mildred Whall (Cahill), 86 of Melvin Village, passed away, Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at her home.

Helen was born November 7, 1927 in Revere, MA the daughter of the late Joseph F. Cahill Sr. and Bertha (Greenwood) Cahill. She attended Revere High School and lived in the area for several years until she and her husband William C. Whall moved to Tuftonboro in 1975.

She was a member of the Moultonborough Lions Club and assisted with Meal on Wheels in the local area. She was a member of the American Legion auxiliary, Unit #0018. Her passion had been making homemade crafts and Jewelry. She also enjoyed knitting items for friends and family. Helen also liked to go to Atlantic City and Foxwoods to have a chance at playing her luck.

Helen is survived by her son William S. Whall and his wife Angela of Wellington, FL, two granddaughters, Brianna and Lindsey also of Wellington, FL, and was predeceased in November by her husband (William), and also predeceased by her brother, Joseph F. Cahill Jr.

A Time of celebration will be held at 12:30 PM with a Christian Mass beginning at 1:00 PM on Saturday January 4, 2014 at Lord Funeral Home in Wolfeboro. Graveside Service at Townhouse Cemetery, Tuftonboro, NH Saturday June 7, 2014 at 12:30pm.

Donations in Helen's memory can be made to the Moultonboro-Sandwich Meals, Old Route 109, Moultonborough, NH 03254.

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Ashley Moore
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Florida RSBC Team.

With our deepest sympathy for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Your Florida RSBC Team A donation has also been made to Moultonboro-Sandwich Meals on behalf of Helen Whall.

   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Billy, Your Mom volunteered for years in the Kindergarten classroom at Tuftonboro Central School and never missed an opportunity to provide snacks or holiday decorations for the children. She was so kind and giving. I will always have wonderful memories of our times together.

Bill Donaher
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Bill, Peggy and I have lived across the street from both your mother and father for over 10 years and we'd like to express our sincere condolences for your losses. Helen was a truly remarkable person who always seemed to watch out for others. She will be missed very much. It won't be the same in the neighborhood without her.

Kathy Lams
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
My father's little sister has joined him in heaven! I know this because there is nowhere else these two fantastic people could be. I have so many wonderful childhood memories of Aunt Helen! Christmas, birthdays, summer vacations, when my mom was ill and had a house full of 7 children, your mom came from Revere (to Delaware)to help out. She gave no small measure of her time and love to my family and I for one will always be grateful to have had her in our lives. I have only been able to spend small amounts of time with her since you have come into her life and I wish I knew you better, but I can tell you that YOU made her life sooo much better and she was so lucky to have a son like you who cared for her. Only time can lessen the pain of her loss, but we can always cherish the memories. Helen Whall made this world a better place to live!
With Love, Your Cousin,

   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Bill, I had the pleasure of meeting your mom when I cared for your dad. Then continued with your Mom. She was so proud of you and your accomplishments, your family and such.
I am so sorry for your loss,and know how much pride she had in you.

Lisa-Anne and Kezzie
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
I just want to tell you how sorry I am about your Mom I soo enjoyed working for her and your Dad, spending time with your Dad when mom went to the casinos:o) my daughter and I were soo lucky to have them in our lives.. If there is anything we can do to help out please let me know I told you Mom even though she had gotton respite in and couldn't afford to pay me anymore I was there for you all.. as she had been for me and my daughter.. Peace and Love Lisa-Anne and Kezzie Allen

Barbara Hahn
   Posted Sat January 04, 2014
Billy, I'm very sorry for your loss. Aunt Helen will always have a special place in my heart.

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