Mrs. Linda J. Howell White, 58 of Lake City, FL. passed away during the evening Saturday, July 11, 2009 at Baptist Medical Center.
Mrs. White is a native of Camden County, GA. She was born in Fernandina Beach, FL on April 7, 1951 to the late James Robert and Nancy Lou Odom Howell. She worked for Walmart as a support manager for 16 years and was a licensed hairdresser. Her passion was to entertain and cook. She was the Master at Arms and was elected as President of the American Legion Auxilary Post 107in Live Oak, FL. She also enjoyed volunteering for the Suwannee County Animal Shelter and was part of the Citizens for Positive Progress, a community support group. From hair salons to Walmarts, from Georgia to Hawaii, Linda touched hearts. She will be sadly missed.
Mrs. White is survived by her husband Randall Edward White; her five children, Christine D. (Dennis) Haney of Montgomery, NY, Alexandria E. White of Lake City, FL, Kristina (Delvin) Reyes of Galliano, LA., Aaron M. White of Branford, FL., and Adam L. White, Sr. of Richmond Hill, GA.; her brother, Sidney R. (Rindy) Howell of St. Marys; her uncles, James David Odom of Eastman, GA and Hugh “Sonny” Reeves of Woodbine GA; her eight grand-children, Kodi Haney, Bryce Haney, Chance Leon Evans, Holly Hunter, Adam L. White, Jr., Tanner White, Kristabella Reyes and Kristopher Reyes; a great grand-child, A. J. Staten; a niece, Gloria Howell; and numerous friends from Georgia to Hawaii. Along with her parents, Mrs. White was also preceded in death by her son James “Jimmy” Leon Evans.
The visitation will be held Monday, July 13th, 2009 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the funeral home.
Funeral services will be held at 4:00 pm Tuesday, July 14th, 2009 in the Wainwright Chapel at Coastal Camden Funeral Home (Formerly Edo Miller Funeral Home Camden Chapel). A Memorial service will be held at 4 pm on Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 at the American Legion Post 107 in Live Oak, FL.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers perform random acts of kindness, and host parties in her honor.
April 7, 1951 – July 11, 2009