June White

19341101 –


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June White passed into the loving arms of Jesus on Friday, April 5, 2019. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 84 years at 2p.m. on Thursday April 11, 2019, followed by a reception at Lake Ridge Chapel. A tribute of June White’s life may be found at www.memorialdesigners.net where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family. 

June White was born on November 1, 1934 in Pensacola, Florida. She was raised by her adoptive father, Dale Wildoner. 

June’s life truly began at the beach with friends in Long Beach, California. This is where she met the love of her life Stan White, who would become her husband of fifty-six years.

June was a beautiful person inside and out. She had a wonderful sense of humor, loved her family and friends, and respected all nature and animals. June often volunteered to do things for both. She was always thoughtful and kind, many times doing good things anonymously. June loved the beach and camping.  She was the best wife, mom, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. We know June is rejoicing in Heaven reunited with her love and her heavenly father.

Survivors include her children, Kelley Ann White, Doug White and wife, Scorpie; Mike White and wife, Lisa; five grandchildren, Lindsay White, Cody Fielding and wife, Christi; Peyton Minnick, Ella White, and Jack White; and a great-grandchild, Kellan Holly. She was preceded in death by her father, Dale Wildoner and husband, Stan White.


In lieu of flowers please make a donation in June White’s name to the West Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Center or The Haven. https://www.spwrc.org/ or https://www.havenacs.org/


10 thoughts on “June White”

  1. Juanita Facklam

    To my wonderful, beautiful, first Cousin, June. We have always loved you and we still do. We will see you again someday. Watch for us. Love you always, Tootie

  2. Patricia Braja

    June, I wish I would have known of you many years earlier. I’m glad I was able to meet you when I did. I know you will have all your questions answered now and that
    mom will be happy to see you as well as your loved ones that have passed before you. My condolences to the White family.

  3. Although we will not be able to be in attendance for the service, please know that all you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Our condolences,
    Richard and Joy

  4. Loved June, your mom! Beautiful and loving and always fun to be around. Lots of family gatherings and some sad times too. We never did live close to each other, but made up for it when we were together. I know she will be happy to see your dad and other family members. Love you all !
    Charleen Mills

  5. Our condolences to the entire White family. We grew up together in Lubbock and June and Stan were always like a second family. They always treated us just like one of their own kids. We always felt welcome. You are in our prayers.

  6. LETS see if i can make these words make sense
    FIRST off my condolences to the entire family and friends Especially LINDSAY WHITE KELLEY WHITE , PEYTON MINNICK ,Kellan JENNIFER MONROE countless others
    From the moment I MEET you LINDSAY I Knew i had a friend for life then I MEET KELLEY I had one or two conversations with KELLEY and I though i must contact her and so I did after that i truly understood what made her so special
    it is not about the number of years on earth you live IT’s about the life’s you touched and we have all been touched by angel
    SO JUNE WHITE my last request is until we meet go spread your wings
    WE all love you

  7. To my beautiful 1st. cousin, June we will miss you very much. I wish we could have had more time together, but distance was a factor. I will always remember the good times we did have when you spent the summer with our Aunt Marie & family. My condolences go out to the family.
    till we meet again.
    Love, Mary

  8. Juanita Facklam

    Thank you so much Kelley for including me in June’s Life Tribute. She meant a lot to me. We were all better for her having been in our lives. We WILL meet again. Until then !

  9. What a beautiful life lived. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family during this time.

  10. June White was a special friend. We met In Keokuk Iowa. She and her husband were friends with my husband and I . I did not know of her death. She will always be remembered.

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