Stanley Joseph White, 79

Stanley Joseph White, 79

Stanley Joseph White, 79

TOMBSTONE—Stan White, of Davis Ranch Road, Tombstone, Arizona, died at his home on October 19th 2019. Mr. White was born on Christmas Day, 1939, in a farmhouse near South Webster, Ohio to Victor White and Ella Bradbury White, who both preceded him in death. Mr. White retired from the U.S. Civil Service at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, on September 30, 1994 after over 30 years service. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. After retirement, Mr. White actively pursued his many hobbies, which consisted of hunting, horseback activities, target shooting, camping, saddle making and leatherwork, classic cars, trucks, and farm tractors. He was a Lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and very passionate about teaching his grandsons to target shoot and taking them hunting. Stan was a loving and loyal husband, father and friend. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. His biggest joy was spending time with his family.

Mr. White is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Ruth McKnight White; a daughter, Charny Lynne White of Tucson and a son, Forrest Raymond White and Liz White, of Chandler, Arizona; grandsons Parker Nickles, Fynn White, step-grandson Dylan Stocker, one older sister, Marilyn J. Kronk of Pickerington, Ohio. He was preceded in death by one older brother, David L. White Senior.

After his body was cremated, his ashes were scattered over his favorite Arizona location in the White Mountains. No services will be conducted at his request. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to the American Cancer Society.

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