Louise E. White
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1927 - 2013
Sometimes there is someone born who is so special that she brings pure joy throughout her whole life to those she's touched. Louise E. White was one such person.
Born February15, 1927 "almost a valentine baby" to Florence Donovan Jean and Joseph Jean in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Louise Eleanor Jean had such a gusto for life and fun. She lived through the great depression and had many stories to tell. She attended high school in a real castle where she excelled in basketball and ice skating the real subjects!
She opened a cornerstone business in Town & Country Plaza, starting with one beauty salon, The Beauteria Beauty Salon. She was a teacher of Cosmetology, and in her prime she owned and taught, at the Pensacola Beauty College and Styles Suburban. She was a true entrepreneur, and made her business footprint on Pensacola.
She was an avid member of The Fraternal Order of the Eagles, The Elks Club, and the Pensacola Beach Women's Club, as well as the Community Bridge Club.
She had a passion for life and shared that with everyone she met. Her family loved her very much and she left an indelible impression on each of us. After 86 wonderful years, Louise slipped away peacefully in the early dawn, Friday September 6th, 2013, her daughters at her side.
She is survived by, and forever remembered, by daughters Donna Jangula & Husband Terry and Sandra Roose, Grandchildren Jason Moss & Wife Marisa and Jennifer Chapman & Husband Bryan, three Great Grandchildren she adored, Madison, Shelbi and Katlyn, brother Donald Jean & wife Lee and sister Eileen Cywanowicz & niece Lynn. Extended families, White's and Casitille's.
To all the lives she touched, you all know who you are, Thank You for loving her and being her friend. Special thanks to Covenant Hospice, God Bless.
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Published in Pensacola News Journal on Sept. 14, 2013