Jerald Edward White

August 7, 1933March 5, 2018

JERALD EDWARD WHITE Jerald Edward White, 84, of Belton, MO passed away March 5, 2018. A Memorial Service will be 1:00 pm Saturday, March 17 at the Belton Assembly of God, 613 E. North Ave. in Belton. Contributions in memory of Jerald are suggested to the church. Jerald was born August 7, 1933 in Hiawatha, KS to Joe and Winona White. He was a retired US Marine of 20 yrs, retired from Honeywell after 16 years and was a Post Office contractor. Jerald enjoyed fishing, golf and bowling. He is survived by wife of 26 years, Bonnie J. White of the home; 3 children Kathy, Billy and Jimmy White; 4 step children Stephen and Marina Mulberry, Stacie and Shon Schindler; brothers John and wife Audean White, Gary and wife Cathy White and Jim White; sisters Lucina Liberty, Alice Young, Betty and husband David Lewis; 7 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the White family.


  • Jerald Edward White Saturday, March 17, 2018

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Kathy White

March 18, 2018

When I was growing up my Dad would tell me things that I really didn't think was important to listen too. Boy was I wrong. My Dad was the smartess, honest honorable men I have ever known. I always knew I could go to him with any situation or problem and he would be there no matter what. I know I was very lucky to have had him as my Dad. Now as an adult I cherish every word and try to remember what he said. Because he was always right and was there for me. I couldn't of gotten a better Dad. So thank you Dad. I miss you already and you will always be with me in my soul. Till We Meet Again, and I know we will in another lifetime.

Krisi Gillis

March 17, 2018

Laughing about how grandpa assured my dad (KevinGillis) it was safe to ride in the seat at the front of the boat doing 40mph. I'd stay every weekend ady his house we would bbq or go bowling which he always had a wallet full of 1s for me to play crain machine. Remembering family vacation and tubing at the lake or when bonnie And I were pretending to play cards only to hear grandpa laughing and then informing us those were poison ivy leaves. He never missed a grandparents day and took me to my first concert. He took me to my first concert and comforted me on my first flight. My hero. The #1 man in my life. My grandpa