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Viola Eleanora White

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VIOLA ELEANORA WHITE Viola Eleanora White, 84, died Wed., Aug. 4, 2004, following an extended illness. Viola White was born Nov. 10, 1919 in Logan, graduating from Logan High School in 1938. She graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a teaching certificate and worked as a public school teacher in Logan, McAlister, Tucumcari and Texico. She was a member of the Center Street United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie White, in 1999; her parents, Gust and Ella Rodewald; and one sister, Joann Rodewald. She is survived by two daughters, Barbara Murray (George) and Charlene Vinson (Bobby), all of Amarillo; one son, Ben White (Ellen) of Tucumcari; a sister, Gladys Adcock, of Tucumcari; six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services were held this morning (Saturday) at 10 a.m. in the Dunn Memorial Chapel with Rev. Bob Miller, minister of the South Georgia Baptist Church of Amarillo, officiating. Burial followed at the family plot in the Tucumcari Memorial Park Cemetery. The family requests that those who wish to do so make donations to Trigg Memorial Hospital in memory of Viola White. -------------------------Viola Eleanora White, 84, died Wed., Aug. 4, 2004, following an extended illness. Viola White was born Nov. 10, 1919 in Logan, graduating from Logan High School in 1938. She graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a teaching certificate and worked as a public school teacher in Logan, McAlister, Tucumcari and Texico. She was a member of the Center Street United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie White, in 1999; her parents, Gust and Ella Rodewald; and one sister, Joann Rodewald. She is survived by two daughters, Barbara Murray (George) and Charlene Vinson (Bobby), all of Amarillo; one son, Ben White (Ellen) of Tucumcari; a sister, Gladys Adcock, of Tucumcari; six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services were held this morning (Saturday) at 10 a.m. in the Dunn Memorial Chapel with Rev. Bob Miller, minister of the South Georgia Baptist Church of Amarillo, officiating. Burial followed at the family plot in the Tucumcari Memorial Park Cemetery. The family requests that those who wish to do so make donations to Trigg Memorial Hospital in memory of Viola White.
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