Carl T. White

8 January, 197224 March, 2021
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Carl T. White, age 49, of Saint Petersburg, Florida passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Carl was born January 8, 1972 in Miami, Florida.

A visitation for Carl will be held Saturday, April 3, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Forest Lawn Funeral Home South, 2401 Southwest 64th Avenue, Davie, Florida 33317, followed by a funeral service from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Carl will dearly and truly missed.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the White family.


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Gina Tyler

30 April 2021

You are my friend. When I need you most you're always so close just because you are my friend. Sometimes a heart can get so cold, but your arms warm my soul. A simple smile a tender touch
Let's me know why you mean so much.

At time we don't realize how much we really need each other.
But just try to live without your brother, and you'll find out we can't live without each other.

You are my friend, when I need you, you really care for me.
You're ALWAYS there to lend a helping hand.
I CAN DEPEND ON YOU, you are my friend.

Carl no one could ever understand how much I am going to miss you. I thank you for getting me through some tough times and understanding me without judgement.

It is a heavy pain but I know you are definitely in a better place.

Love Ya
PS, kiss DeeDee for me.

Derek Chang @Forest Lawn

6 April 2021

My deepest condolences to you all as you go through this difficult time. May you keep Carls memories close to your heart as he now rest's in Eternal Peace.

Jason Smith

3 April 2021

Carl was my brother.  He was always there when I needed him.  Ready to do whatever he could do to help.  Because that's the kind of man he was.  Selfless,  kind, generous and humble. I'm grateful that I was able to be a part of his life and to have him in mine. I'll carry his memory with me for all of my days.

T Cesar

3 April 2021

Waking up today to a chilly spring morning. The words " Chilly Chilly "came to the forefront of my thoughts. I am sure we all can hear those words resound with a picture of a smiling Carl. A good brother from another mother was he. I, like Coco ,remember being pick up from school and a good and reliable friend always willing to help others when and if he could.

Chilly Chilly:

Ice cold was the ride
transporting friends and loved ones countless times.
Refreshingly answering the calls for help
to those in paths that otherwise would melt
Working hard artistic flair
for manicuring God's green lairs
Flashing a reassuring smile
assuring that he could stay a while
to laugh, to share, to be a part
Now in times when we all depart
we will see all of our loved ones replete.
better than we could ever conceive, overcoming death's feigned defeat!
Enjoying the splendor of love complete.

Lamentations 3:28-30
Let him sit alone in silence, for the Lord has laid it on him.
Let him bury his face in the dust— there may yet be hope.

Destiny Williams

3 April 2021

Uncle Carl, I Love You Moree than the stars and moon. Your leaving me with nothing but memories after memories, when you and daddy used to pick us up from school and we used to make songs and laugh historically. When you used to come to the house just to spend time with us. I can hear you now “Heyy Honey” I’ll Love you forever because you Loved me forever. No matter how far you went you were always there for us.

Christina Tyler

31 March 2021

My Uncle Carl, you'll truly be missed. I think about the good morning texts and the pokes in the necks. When you used to get us from school and take us to get something to eat. And the way you used to mumble when eating good food. Thank you for always loving us and protecting us. May you rest well. I will ALWAYS love you. I put that on everything!

Forest Lawn Funeral Home South

31 March 2021

Forest Lawn South would like to express our deepest and sincerest condolences to you and your family at this most difficult time.

We wish you peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

Forest Lawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens South Staff



Certain attributes come to mind when you think about a leader. Someone who is tough minded, dedicated, disciplined and responsible. This description accurately fits Carl T. White who was indeed a born to lead. He will be remembered as highly organized, practical and humble. He was a person who always carried a strong sense of duty with him throughout his life. Possessed with traditional “old school” morals, Carl was an individual who clearly communicated to those around him who he was and what he stood for. Everyone acquainted with Carl knew him as a well-respected man who was a stable force wherever he went.

His parents were Charles and Margie White (deceased). Even as a youngster, Carl learned to be objective and decisive. His faith in the principles of authority and dependability was something that he carried with him throughout his life. As a young boy, Carl was able to put his natural abilities to work. He was a bit like the sergeant of the family, helping to make sure that the others did what they should do and avoided what they needed to. In other words, he liked to organize and direct. Mr. & Mrs. White raised Carl along with one brother and a sister. Carl had a natural appreciation for the order in the family.

He made sure the elders were respected and did everything he could to lighten the load. For Carl, this was a natural order of life, one he gladly embraced. In school, Carl was a model student. He sought to achieve perfect attendance in all of his classes. He would eagerly complete his homework, and often put in extra study time when he felt it was necessary. A logical and focused thinker, Carl was always good at following directions and meeting his schedules set by his teachers or himself. Carl’s personal motto could have been, “Do it right the first time.” He graduated from North Miami Beach Senior High School in June of 1989.

Carl was sociable and approachable. Because he was always so straightforward in how he approached relationships, friends and family knew that what they saw was always what they got. He enjoyed the camaraderie of being with a group of friends. When Carl was a member of a group, his interaction worked to keep the others grounded. He was not afraid to confront his friends and, when necessary, he challenged them to stick to the task. Those close to Carl came to expect his high standards of performance. reveled in the security of his family. One of Carl’s most endearing qualities was his uncanny ability to remember important dates and anniversaries. He was enthusiastic about organizing celebrations for his family and friends.

Being a hard worker who praised efficiency, Carl was always striving to make improvements whenever possible. He was able to analyze situations and problems, keeping everything and everyone on track. An excellent project supervisor, Carl was a person who could quickly make decisions based on the information available. He worked cooperatively and expected the same from his colleagues. In both his personal and professional environments, Carl upheld his standards. His primary occupation was overnight manager at Techno Solar. Carl was a team player who certainly lived out the motto of “give me a job, and I will get it done.”

Carl approached his leisure time in the same manner that he approached his work. A person who enjoyed being neat and orderly and one who understood the nature of things. He appreciated the hours he was able to devote to his various hobbies. His favorite pursuits were watching movies, listening to music (LOUDLY); working on cars and spending time with the people who genuinely loved him. Carl was content to enjoy his favorite pastimes alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

Carl is survived by his wife Rangier her children Raashad, Dontae, Carrie, Jayce and Shadhia, granddaughter Noeloni Hemingway, father Charles, siblings Anthony and Latonya, nieces Britnie and Amanda, nephew Andrew, sister-in-law Demetria Hillard (Dwight) and Gabriella, brother-in-law Ronald (Leanna) and Mario Jones, uncles Sidney (Millie) and Robert (Christine) as well as many other friends and families who will dearly miss him.

All who knew him would agree that Carl was an honorable man and a pillar of the communities that he was a part of. He lived his life with his feet firmly on the ground. He had a strong work ethic, was pragmatic in his thoughts and acts, and constantly sought the means for self-improvement. He was willing to share his ideas and knowledge for the benefit of others, so that they could accomplish more in their lives. Carl devoted his life to the people that loved. He enriched our lives with his generous heart. He has touched all of our lives and we are better people because of it.