Gladys “Bina” White

Gladys “Bina” White (nee Morehouse)- 1941-2020

Peacefully with her family at her side, Bina passed away at the Windsor Regional Hospital – Ouelette Campus on Friday, March 13, 2020 at the age of 78.

Born in New Brunswick in 1941, Bina was the beloved daughter of the late Gladys and Ernest Morehouse. Beloved by Jesse Williams(1979).

Loving mother to the late Donald White Jr. (2019) of Alberta, Tammy White of Chatham, David White of Windsor, Cheri (Ken) Smith of Blenheim, and Sandra McAdorey of Bradford.

Loved and cherished Nana to Jessica Francis (Ben), Douglas Francis (Emily), Devon Smith (Lindsay), Victoria Smith (Bryce), David White, Kevin White (Amanda), Trina White, Alyssa McAdorey and Sarah McAdorey. Great Nana to Addison White and a great granddaughter due May 2020.

Dear sister to Jack Morehouse (Anne), Betty Rescorla (Paul), and predeceased by brothers Robert Morehouse (Dawn), Charles Morehouse (Nita), Donald Morehouse (Joyce), and Jim Morehouse (Elizabeth), and sister Jean Hannah (Allen). Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, and extended family.

Special remembrance by the Hart family – the late Rose Hart (2004) and Eric Hart (1985) and their family Beverly and David Jee , Martin Hart, Paula and John Bushey, Michael and Tina Hart, Colin and Sherry Hart, Alison and Garnet Shreve, and the late Graham Hart (Jean) and many extended family members.

Bina had a strong love for her family and enjoyed the time spent together. She enjoyed going to bingo and was exceptionally crafty with her love for crocheting.

She will be dearly missed by her friend Tanya Charbonneau of Windsor

Special thank you to the many nurses and doctors at Windsor Regional Hospital – Ouelette Campus who provided such compassionate care.

Family and friends are welcome to attend a Celebration of Life at (to be announced ). Cremation has taken place. Internment following Celebration of Life.

8 Comments on “Gladys “Bina” White”

  1. So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a lovely lady and I have very fond memories of her.

    Sandra Bottrill and family.

  2. My condolences go out to you and your family my dear friend your mom was a beautiful woman inside and out,kind and loved her family dearly I remember staying at your house when we were young fun times Hold on to all her memories and advice a mothers love is never forgotten. Sending warm hugs your way. Love Anita

  3. I always enjoyed visiting and working with. We spent many afternoons having tea and working on party or wedding details together. Such a kind woman and she enjoyed crafting as much as I do.
    Please accept our condolences and may God bless your family.
    Michelle and Peter Jee, and Julia

  4. Bina was more than a friend, she was family. She will be missed by all who knew her. We had some great times when she worked for me planning wedding and making wedding cakes. Extremely talented lady. To Tammy, Cheri, Sandra and David, you are all family so if you need anything you only have to call.
    Love Bev & Dave xoxo

  5. Jessica, Ben and family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Nana. Keep all of those wonderful memories of her close at this difficult time. We are thinking about you.
    All our love,
    Don, Diane, Nick, Gavin, Dan, Emily, Popsey and Auntie Debbie xoxoxo xoxoxo xoxo

  6. I will miss her every day.Our three to four phone calls back and forth to chat about our day. I will miss our outIngs and shopping. Just having her in my life was a blessing. She was like a sister to me and I will miss her dearly.
    Love always and forever
    Tonya and Shaggy

    Kylie, AJ ,Sandy and Jim Will miss Aunt Bina and the calls to see if Ma (Tonya)was okay if she could not reach her on the phone.

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