Erin Eileen House

July 23, 1964 - December 16, 2014

Erin Eileen House

July 23, 1964 - December 16, 2014


Erin Eileen House, born July 23, 1964, passed away unexpectedly at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Bellingham, WA on December 16, 2014. Erin was a member of the Potawatomi Indian Nation of Kansas. She was preceded in death by her parents Leif and Laura Arestad and her brother Eric. Erin is survived by her son, Sam Woodell (Amy), and her grandchildren Tyler and Kayleigh. Surviving siblings include Jill, Kirstan, Kim, Julie, Debbie, Joanne, James, Steven, Stuart, Jon, Robert and David.

Erin loved to golf, camp, garden and watch the Seattle Seahawks. She successfully ran a cleaning business (“Home Sweep Home”) and took pride in being a caretaker to those who couldn’t take care of themselves. She will be remembered for her strong work ethic, sense of humor, and gentle spirit.

A celebration of Life service will be held on January 3, 2015 at 11:00 am at Moles Funeral Event Center (2039 Main Street, Ferndale, WA).

Celebration Of Life

  • Date & Time: May 29, 2019 (12:00 AM)
  • Venue: Moles Farewell Tributes - Ferndale
  • Location: 2039 Main St Ferndale, WA 98248 - (Get Directions)

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9 responses to Erin Eileen House

  1. Erin, I still remember the day that you and I were working together at Home Depot and we realized that Sammy and my Daughter were seeing each other. Then we found out that we had more in common than that. We found out we were born the same day same Hospital within a few hours of each other. I often wondered where you went after you left Home Depot. My daughter and Sammy are still friends my condolences to him and his family.

  2. Jill says:

    I’ll always remember the fun times we had as kids growing up on the farm. I was lucky to have you as a roommate, because even though my side of the room was always a mess, yours was always immaculate! I loved our times walking home together from piano lessons when we would sing “do re me…” at the top of our lungs. You worked hard to live a good life. Thank you for always being there for me when I needed a friend and sister to lean on. Love, Jill.

  3. Joe says:

    The one thing I remember most about you, Erin, is your laugh. It was one of those deep down rumblers that came bubbling up and made everybody within hearing distance laugh right along with you. You had an irrepressible spirit that I’ll always remember. You’ll be missed. Joe

  4. Julie Beaver says:

    My dear sister Erin, I will miss you! We had lots of great memories growing up. I will never forget your chuckle that always caused me to laugh along with you. Your laughter was certainly contagious. I was heart-broken when I had heard that you were no longer with us. I will miss you and will treasure and value the memories we had. Your sister, Julie Beaver

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