Ida Haddock, 91 passed away February 11 2020 at home with family beside her.
Born September 15 1928 in Natick Massachusetts where she was raised by the late Robert and Edith(Thomas) McCarthy.
Ida was predeceased by her beloved husband Philip Haddock Sr. From Meredith NH where they raised their family of 7 children on a farm.
Ida worked as a home maker for Annalee Dolls for over 15 years. She had as well worked for Amatex and Ashland woolen mill & Cushing Hospital.
Ida was one of kind, anyone who had met her would always remember her feeling her warm uniqueness inside and out.
She had always shown Great passion for planting & crafts of many kinds. Whenever there was a newborn to come in the family she would whip up a crocheted or knitted hat and mittens.
Her richness of joy being contagious and so memorable.(if you had the oppurtunity of this please pass it on) Her 7 children whom she loved with all her heart were Philip, John, Barbara, Audrey, Danny, Patricia and Joseph are reunited with her in Heaven as they had predeceased her.
Ida was blessed having a great love for all the grandchildren Andy Haddock, Carrie Haddock, Eric Baker, Sean Haddock, Sissy Reynolds, Jess Baker, Chris Haddock, Richard Haddock, Jason Haddock, Patricia Peaslee, Christina Merrithew, Heather Merrithew and Krystal Murray in her life through all the years. Her message to all is "til we meet again I will Always Love You, enjoy what you have"
Ida was also blessed by many Great and Great Great Grandchildren as well as many nieces, nephews and cousin which she held each and every one close in heart.
In recent years Ida has met & held in her heart very close a friend Estelle Harris who became more like a sister to her. If you experience the company of these two together what a priceless gift it was.
She felt very Blessed for all the love & friendships she made & grew with staff & residents at the Belknap County Nursing Home as well as most recent months of Care and help by North Country Home Health & Hospice Agency.
Upon Ida's request there will be no services as she would like to be remembered for the last time you may have shared with her. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Heart Association.