Lawrence Steven White

7 avril 194531 décembre 2020

Lexington, NC

Lawrence "Larry" White, 75, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, December 31, 2020 in Asheville following an apparent heart attack.

Larry was born in Wilkes County, April 7, 1945, a son of the late Oliver and Hazel Williams White. Larry worked for Lowes Foods for over thirty years, retiring from store #2002 in Asheboro. He enjoyed going on golfing trips with his friends in the fall and spring. Larry especially enjoyed Christmas trips with Kyle Davis and Lewis and Teresa Davis.

Larry was also preceded in death by his three sons, Andy, Jimmy and Stephen White; five siblings, a sister, Joan Page and four brothers, Don, Ollie, Mike and Phil White.

Surviving are three sisters, Sandy Ballew and her husband Charles, Becky Crotts and Chris White; a brother, Pete White; many nieces and nephews and a special friend, Jerrell Welch.

A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at Holly Hill Memorial Park Mausoleum. Memorials may be directed to St. Jude Children's Hospital.


  • Oliver & Hazel Williams White, Parents (deceased)
  • Andy White, Son (deceased)
  • Jimmy White, Son (deceased)
  • Stephen White, Son (deceased)
  • Joan Page, Sister (deceased)
  • Don White, Brother (deceased)
  • Ollie White, Brother (deceased)
  • Mike White, Brother (deceased)
  • Phil White, Brother (deceased)
  • Sandy Ballew & husband Charles, Sister
  • Becky Crotts, Sister
  • Chris White, Sister
  • Pete White, Brother
  • Jerrell Welch, Special Friend
  • Mr. White is also survived by many nieces & nephews.
  • DONS

  • St. Jude Children's Hospital


  • Graveside Service

    mercredi, 6 janvier , 2021


Lawrence Steven White


Christel white

5 janvier , 2021

Deepest sympathy for the White family. Larry was always there for Phil. Love and prayers for you all, Sincerely, the family of Phil White.

Hub Panther

5 janvier , 2021

I am so sad to hear about the passing of my friend Larry. I can't think about Larry without smiling and thinking about the times we had with friends, at work and on the golf course. I hadn't seen Larry in several years so it was nice when he contacted me recently about a trip that he was making to Myrtle Beach. It's a reminder that you just never know and wish I could have made that trip. I know of several that were waiting for you and sure they already have you on that perfect golf course. Rest in peace my friend...

Shelly Steele

5 janvier , 2021

Larry was the best ! Have so many memories of working with him at Lowe’s Foods and of course going out to eat at Arigatos ! He could always make you smile and laugh ! Until we meet again RIP my friend .

Love ,

Jenny Allred

5 janvier , 2021

Larry was always there for me when I needed something. I will never forget working with him at Lowes Food. He could always cheer you up with a joke and a smile. He will always hold a special place in my heart. Until we meet again ♥️


Detra Morgan

4 janvier , 2021

I remember hanging out with Uncle Larry at many various family gatherings he was always telling stories or cuting jokes some not so appropriate, but I thought he was so funny. Back in college I worked at Lowe's Foods. When I would tell people who my uncle was they would all say what a great guy he was, such a fair and hard working man and a great boss. We shared a love for Japanese food if you knew my Uncle well you know he was always wanting to go to Arigatos, and we went several times together. He will be missed grealty, I love you, and until I see you again may God hold you in his hand.

Lewis and Teresa Davis

4 janvier , 2021

It’s hard to put into words how much Larry has meant to our family. He brought so much joy and laughter into our lives - too many wonderful memories to count. Those memories that we will cherish forever. We are so very lucky to have known and loved Larry - and to have him love us back. Until we meet again on the other side - all our love dear friend.

Judy Triplett

4 janvier , 2021

Larry was my nephew, remember the good times growing up together, loved spending time with him at family reunions, praying for his siblings, God Bless , life is short ,enjoy your time together, love this family,🙏😘Aunt Judy