Stacey L White

September 30, 1969October 31, 2019

Stacey Lynn White, 50, of Bradenton, FL, passed away surrounded by family on October 31, 2019 after an excruciating battle with cervical cancer. She was a loving mother of 2 sons, an amazing sister, cousin, aunt and friend.

Stacey was born of Clyde and Sandra White in Akron, OH on September 30, 1969. She founded Evolve Insurance Agency located in Venice, FL in 2011.

Stacey is preceded in death by her mother, Sandra E. White, her father, Clyde A. White Jr, grandparents, and cousins.

Stacey is survived by her two sons, David Kronk Jr. and Joshua White; her brother, Scott White; her sister in -law, Kenda Schroeder White; her nieces Kaleigh and Scarlett White; and cousins.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 4:30 PM on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at Southern Coquina Beach; 1498 Gulf Dr S., Bradenton Beach, FL 34217. Please bring a beach chair and dress casually.

Memorials and/or floral arrangements may be sent to Robert Toale and Sons funeral home, located at 1221 53rd Ave E., Bradenton, FL 34203 so they arrive no later than 9 AM on Saturday, November 9, 2019.

The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Tidewell Hospice of Ellenton, FL and her primary nurse Liza. Their sincerity and compassionate care over the last 11 months helped her in tremendous ways we can’t even begin to describe.


  • Celebrarion of Life Saturday, November 9, 2019


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Leslie Cooper

November 8, 2019

Stacey , I am so Blessed to have had you as a my friend. You have always been such a Beautiful lady inside and out. Till we meet again my friend❤.

Stephen Orcutt

November 7, 2019

Dear David -
We were sorry to hear of the recent passing of your mom, Stacey L White.
During the past couple of years since we have known you, you have shared your love and admiration for your mom. You expressed how lucky you were to be raised by such an awesome mom and how your relationship has continued to grow and develop throughout the years... You spoke about her fine business skills and how hard she worked to build her/your insurance company. You were a great team--small but formidable! And during her recent illness, you were a devoted son spending countless hours together and caring for her during her time of need.
Your mom, Stacey L White, was a beautiful person; she brought a great deal of love and happiness to her family, friends and clients. Fortunately, you have been left with a lifetime of wonderful memories to sustain you during the coming weeks, months and years; cherish and share them often!
May your mom live on in Eternal Health and Happiness in Heaven with God and all the saints and angels.

With sincere condolences,
Steve Orcutt & Tom Ruthz

Tisha Redmon

November 6, 2019

I remember when I stayed at Clyde and Sandra’s house at 16 and Stacey was 17 and Josh was so little!!!!!!! Some of the best memories were made in their home!!!!!!! I’ll cherish for a lifetime!!!!!!! I loved her in life and will always love and miss her now in heaven!!!!!!! Such an amazing woman!!!!!!! She was smart so very smart and has achieved so much in her life!!!!!!! She cherished her children more than anything on earth!!!!!!! I love you Stacey Lynn forever!!!!!!! You will never be forgotten!!!!!!! God gained one of the best Angels!!!!!!! She was just to perfect for this world anymore!!!!!!! Love always, Tisha Lynn

Brandy Warren

November 5, 2019

Stacey, how I miss you so much. You were my second mother, an Aunt to Naomi. I think about you everyday and can’t believe you were taken away from us so soon. You will always be in our hearts. Until we meet again. We love you.

Connie Kersey

November 5, 2019

You were so young when we met but we sure did share alot of good times together. I love that our children played together.....I miss you've been like a lil sister to me all my life. Fly high angel...youre in paradise now..youre pain is gone..youve been set free!!! I love you Stace..Ill be seeing you

Emily Wildman Howard

November 5, 2019

I've thought of you often and I will be forever grateful that you were there for me when my mom passed. It really meant alot to me to have someone who knew me and my mom there to help. Love always 💜 #cousins #family #love