- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 3, 1946
- Place of birth:
Wisconsin, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 30, 2016
- Place of passing:
Texas, United States
|“Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure…You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.” – Renee Wood|
Marianne Hall White, born March 3, 1946 in Milwaukee, WI passed away on Friday, September 30, 2016. There are hundreds of people that will not only mourn the loss of Marianne, but more importantly, mourn the loss of being loved by her, chocolate chip cookies by the bagful, sopapilla cheesecake, and holiday turkeys. Oh my gosh, the turkey! Marianne had an all-encompassing love for her family and friends. We were fed, hugged, supported and given hours upon hours of laughter in her presence. Her laugh was infectious, and when she looked at you, you felt like you were in on whatever the joke may be. She was a gracious and fun hostess of holidays and events. Everyone was welcome, and everyone was family in her home. Those of us left behind will laugh a little less, eat a lot less, and miss her terribly. Marianne is survived by her husband, Timothy White; her children Elizabeth White Schall and her husband Mike; her son Sean White and his wife Erin; her 6 incredible grandchildren Ryan, Lane, Tanner and Charissa Schall and Rylie and Kendall White; as well as her sister Betsy Vance and her husband Roger, her brother Jim and his wife Maryanna as well as numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and numerous friends. She was preceded in death by her brothers Robert and David Hall.
Memorial Mass is set for Thursday, October 13th at Christ Good Shepherd Church, located at 18511 Klein Church Rd, Spring, TX 77379.
10:30am - Visiting & Sharing with the family
12:00pm - Mass
Immediately following mass, there will be a reception at the Westador Clubhouse located at 17715 Cali Dr. Houston, TX 77090
"Marianne was a lovely lady with a big smile and full of laughs. Our family was brought together by our children's marriage between Mike and Lizzie. I had many wonderful times with the Whites. She will be in heaven looking down upon us."
"I've been sitting here trying to think of the "right" words to say....I don't think there are any. Even though it's been years since we've seen each other that smile you just don't forget. You took me in like one of your own when I needed it and I truly felt like family. Had you not, I don't know where I'd be today (you, Tim and Sean were a saving grace even if you didn't realize it at the time)...I'm blessed to have had you in my life and cherish the time we had. Til we meet again. Love you."
"She was a wonderful lady. She made me feel like family the moment I met her. I was in awe of her love for holiday decorating. I had never before met a person that had so many christmas trees in her home. She will be greatly missed. My Christmas holidays will never be the same. I will forever cherish my memories in the White house."
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