In Memory

Michael White



 
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10/03/16 01:02 AM #1    

Gail Weintraub (Stern)

Dexter Roger Dixon wrote: 

Michael Alexander White was one of my oldest and dearest friends.  He was a tower of strength when I needed emotional support.  I will miss him.  RIP


10/05/16 01:07 AM #2    

Rick Steiner

 Mike was one of my oldest friends at Walnut Hills. Like so many of us, we lost track, but I hounded him to come to the When I'm 64 reunion. Part of his discussion is captured in our talk around that year. What's so good about the experience, he was here again in June and how lucky we were to have seen him, is that he told it the way he saw it, and I respected him for that. I'll miss him.

 


10/05/16 07:00 AM #3    

Ann Shepard (Rueve)

Mike's parents and mine were good friends long before either of us was born.  I didn't see much of Mike after high school, but renewed our friendship during the early 2000s.  Once Facebook started, we communicated almost daily.  He always called me "Shep". It was so endearing. 

Mike was brilliant.  Mike had strong opinions on injustice. Mike loved people.  Mike loved to cook, barbecue was his specialty. 

I'll miss Mike, but I know he made it to Heaven. 


10/06/16 12:05 PM #4    

Anthony Malone

This is sad news.   Michael White was a good friend from WHHS.   I was fortunate enought to speak at lenght with him at the WHHS LXX  reunion in June.   I will miss his great opinions and discussions in his  facebook posts.    Deepest Sympathy for his family at this time.    Rest In Peace Brother Michael.  


10/06/16 03:08 PM #5    

Dexter Roger Dixon

Mike's parents and mine were quite close.  They even stood up as the witnesses when my parents got married.  So Mike and I were destined to be in each other's lives early on. Mike and my paths crossed often during the next few years -- schools, parties, outings.  We lost touch to a degree after high school, but we still had our old rapport anytime we got together. 

Mike holds a special place for me in my life.  When my dad died, I was seriously ill and was ordered by the doctor not to go out of the house.  On the night of the funeral, Mike called and asked if I'd like company..  He didn't want me to be alone at that time.  He stayed with me for several hours.    We ran the gamut of emotions together.  He was a good, considerate friend.

Since that time, any time that I was in the New York area, Mike and I would get together for intense talk as well as grins.  I will truly miss my lifelong friend.  I know there's a spot in heaven with his name on it.  Mike, RIP.


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