Jack L. White, 78, LoogooteeApril 30, 2020
Jack L. White, 78, Loogootee, died peacefully on Monday, April 27, 2020.
At 13 he met his true love, Diane, and spent every moment afterwards winning her heart.
With a lifestyle of serving, Jack enlisted in the military and served in Korea. Soon afterwards, he married Diane and became a fireman and part-time painter. Lieutenant White annually helped lead Clothe-A-Child and the Fellowship of Christian Firefighters.
Jack is preceded in death by his father Warren, mother Grace, sister Rosie, brother Warren and sister Dianna. As Jack adored little children, he now holds on tightly to their first child, Barbara, who preceded them through heaven’s gates.
Jack is survived by his wife, Diane, and his sons and daughter, Mike (Cindy), Greg (Joelle), Jeff (Shanda), and Julie (Matt). He is also survived by his grandchildren: Caleb, Isaac, Bryan, Brianna, Ashley, Michael, Marrisa, Kylin, Zayden, Kendra, MacKenzie, Zachary (Haley), Kyleigh, Nathan, and great-grandchildren: Arya, Elaysia, Ze’mya, Aaliyah, James, and Eli.
The funeral service will be for immediate family. A “Celebration of Life” will be held post-pandemic for friends and family.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation for funeral expenses. If you would like to donate, please visit https://bit.ly/JackLWhite.
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