Well, two years later I noticed that there was an itty bitty tree emerging from the ground near the remaining stump and no, I did not plant it! Mother Nature must have felt my sadness and gave me a replacement. When I pointed it out to the Pres, he said, "Yeah, I saw it. Look like you're getting your tree back."
The little guy is now about 7', as height runs in the family. Eastern White Pines grow rate is between 2'-3' a year. By the way, the stump in the background (which is about 5' in diameter) is what remains of the original.