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WHITE CREEK, N.Y. -- Brenda White, 63, of White Creek died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Annette Baldic, in Bennington, Vt., after a long illness.

Brenda was born in Cambridge, N.Y., on Feb. 26, 1946, daughter of Betty (Moses) McCart and the late James McCart. She graduated from Hoosick Falls Central School, class of 1960, and attended St. Joseph’s Business College in Bennington, receiving a degree in business.

On Aug.12,1967, she married Richard White, who survives, at the Jermain Methodist Church. In earlier years, she had been employed at Catamount Bank, as well as Central Vermont Public Service. She spent more than 30 years assisting her husband with the operation of their dairy farm in White Creek. Most recently, she had been employed at the North Bennington post office as a housekeeper.

Survivors, besides her mother, Betty, and husband, Richard, include her son, Tim White, of White Creek; her daughter, Annette Baldic, and her husband, Tim, of Bennington, Vt.

She was very proud of and enjoyed spending time with her two grandchildren, Anthony and Annah Baldic. Brenda also leaves a sister, Linda (Steve) Hailstone, of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and three brothers, Bruce (Faye) McCart, of White Creek, Jack (Jean) McCart, of Hoosick Falls, and Keith (Jan) McCart of White Creek. She is also survived by an aunt and uncle, Shirley and Carl Moses, of Eagle Bridge, and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Besides her father, she was predeceased by an infant son, Michael. Brenda had a love of all animals and leaves behind several pets.

Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Relatives and friends may call at the Mahar Funeral Home, 43 Main Street in Hoosick Falls on Sunday, Oct. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be made to the White Creek Fire Department, the Bennington County Humane Society or the charity of one’s choice.
Published in Bennington Banner on Oct. 6, 2006
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