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|Wanda Amy White|
Funeral services for Wanda Amy White, 91, of Ferriday were held Monday, January 21, 2008, 1 p.m. at Young's Funeral Home with Dr. Ralph Webber officiating.
Interment followed at Greenlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Young's Funeral Home in Ferriday.
Ms. White was born January 21, 1916, in Tyronza, AZ. She passed away Friday, January 18, 2008, at Riverland Medical Center in Ferriday.
Her family moved to Louisiana in 1927 and later to Whitehall Plantation near Vidalia. She graduated from Vidalia High School in the late 1930s.
Ms. White's first work experience was for Wilson Farms and Whole Co. in Oceola, Ark. In 1943, she returned to Anchor Plantation in Catahoula Parish and began a 41-year-long career with Concordia Electric.
Ms. White was a charter member of the First Baptist Church of Sicily Island and a member of Lousiana Cooperative Accountants Association. She especially enjoyed her family and her flowers.
She was preceded in death by her father, Claude Earl White; her mother, Maxie Lee Estes White; and siblings Claude Earl White, Jr., Dick E. White, Rose Mary Schreiber and Bettie Sue Shumway.
Survivors include brothers Rodney Ray White of Longville; Paul and his wife Mary Lou White of Monroe; and numerous beloved nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Floyd Mahaffey, Norman Jones, Richard White, Dr. Kelley E. White, Robin Simple and Dick Junkin.
Honorary pallbearers were Dan Paul White, R.G. Price, Albert Forrester, Barry Richard, L.E. England and Dr. Herman Gibson.
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