Mr. W. C. White
Lester & Lackey Funeral Home
Mr. W.C. White died January 10, 2014.
His seasonal earthly journey began on Feb. 11, 1935, in Newton County. He was born to the late Mr. Charlie and Mrs. Fannie Mae White.
His parents; two sisters, Ms. Nina Lois White and Ms. Carrie Mae Stodghill; three brothers, Mr. Woodie White, Mr. Charlie Lee White and Mr. Willie Howard White; and one granddaughter, Ms. Shannikia White preceded him in death.
W.C. known to many as “Dub” was a quiet, fun-loving person who never met a stranger. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. This was especially evident in the way he faithfully and ailing wife. Not a person to sit idly by, he was employed with Snapping Shoals EMC for 25 years and the Newton County Board of Education for 10 years. Upon his second retirement, his most treasured pastimes his great-grandchildren’s ball games, and providing landscaping and transportation services to those in need.
He leaves to celebrate his life and legacy his loving wife of 57 years, Mrs. Mary Louise White; White, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Rhonda) White, Ms. Sarah White (James Kelly), Mr. John White, and Ms. Vickie White; 10 grandchildren, Antquan, Sharrod, Takita, Ciji, Takiria, Keshay, Ronderrius, Jarrod, Jamya and Torie; 11 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Mr. Clifford White, Mr. Sports Ree White and Mr. Larry (Mattie) White; two sis - on and Ms. Bonnie White; brothers and sisters inlaw, Mrs. JoAnn White, Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Nadine) Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Annie) Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Sandra) Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Lynette) Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
We praise and give thanks for his triumphant journey here on earth with us. His legacy will forever live on in our hearts.
Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Jan. 16 at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Covington, with the Rev. Jermaine A. Smith, pastor, as eulogist. Family and friends served as pallbear
appreciation for the acts of kindness shown during this time of bereavement.