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July 20, 2018

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July 31, 2016
So very sorry for your great loss. Your family lived next to mine in St. James, when I was 4 years old. I was born in 1938. My father was James A.White and my mother's name was Gladys. I was very young but I remember Jimmy and Wilbur. I remember when Wilbur was killed in the war. I remember when Esther helped my Mother to hold me down while giving me cough medicine. I had whooping cough at the time. I was born in Scott's Hospital in St. James. I am a memory from the past. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Dr. Betty Jo White. Retired General Surgeon. Grove City, PA.
July 28, 2016
Grandpa Jim was one of the greatest people in my life. He was such a class act in every way. Josh and I looked up to him and Grandma Betty as a model of how our marriage should be. They are such an inspiration, not just for their marriage but how to be the best human beings we can be. I loved listening to his stories as he told them with such enthusiasm and joy, you couldn't help but feel like you witnessed whatever the story was about. I will miss his hugs, his voice and his wisdom. I am so honored and blessed to have gotten to call him "Grandpa" as he and the rest of the family welcomed me with open arms when I became a member of it 16 years ago. I will always remember him warmly and fondly and can only hope that I am able to live life as fully as he did. We will miss you always Grandpa Jim!