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Larry Ernest White
December 22, 1950 - May 4, 2021
Visitation: 6 to 8 P.M., Monday,, May 10, 2021 at Biggers Funeral Home, 6100 Azle Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 76135.
Graveside Service with Military honors: 10:30 A.M., Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75211
The family will get together afterwards and share memories and food with all that would like to visit Anita and the Family.
Larry Ernest White, 70, of Saginaw, Texas passed away Tuesday, May 4, 2021 in his home. Larry was born December 22, 1950 in Fort Worth, Texas to Earnest Junior White and Evelyn (Hall) White. Larry married his soul mate, Anita White, in Fort Worth, Texas in May 2001. Larry proudly served our country in the United States Navy.
Larry served in the Navy and received several different medals consisting of a National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 2 bronze stars, and a Vietnam Campaign Medal. He took great pride in serving his country. After the service he was a Security Guard, a Machine Operator and an avid Fisherman. Larry was a lifetime Dallas Cowboy fan on Sundays, he and his brothers would be on the phone back and forth.
Larry was very much a family man and wanted to make sure his baby, Anita, was always taken care of. You did not see one without the other, once they met. He enjoyed family gatherings and card games. He always remembered to send birthday, anniversary and holiday wishes to everyone. He loved to write his thoughts down and express them with his love. Sometimes he would make you something that had special meaning to you and present it to you. He loved creating new things out of old. He was a collector of many items, his prize collection, being his comic books and knives. He loved to get out on the boat with his brother Mark and see who caught the most or biggest fish. He and Anita would always try to have a card game weekly and sometimes they would get very competitive. You always had a fun time and laughter for hours. If you ever needed anything, you could call Larry and he would be there in a minute.
Larry and Anita White are members of the Westworth Village Baptist Temple located at 206 Koldin Lane, Westworth Village, Texas 76114. Pastor Mayberry has been a lifelong family friend and they were married there and all the people there hold a special place in Larry’s memories and heart.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest Junior White and Evelyn (Hall) White and a daughter Natalie White.
Larry is survived by his wife of 20 years, Anita White; sister, Linda Huskey and husband, Larry of Weatherford, Texas; brothers, Ronnie White and wife, Kim of Fort Worth, Texas, Mark White and wife, Patty of Glenrose, Texas; brothers for life, Steve Shumard and Marty Shumard; Sisters-in-law, Francis Blevins and husband, Marvin, Robbie Carroll and husband, Charles, Barbara Templin and husband, Jay, Mary Atkinson and husband, Ronnie, Denise Nall and Ronnie Bottoms. He has 2 daughters from previous marriage, Angelee White and Ashley White and many loving Grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews and Larry has an abundance of friends he leaves behind.