Linda E White
September 22, 1941 – June 9, 2021
Linda E. White, 79, of North Charleston, SC, a homemaker and wife of the late Tsgt. Franklin L. White, USAF, retired, passed away on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.
Linda was born in Florence, SC on September 22, 1941 to the late Edward Vincent Conyers and Jessie Tedder Conyers.
Linda loved attending Freedom church and was always on the go. She loved to play bingo every week and enjoyed fishing, bowling and shopping.
Surviving are daughters, Tammy M. Craven and husband Martin, Debra L. Chinn and Frankie Barton and husband Mike; grandchildren, Jessica M. Beauchamp and husband Troy, Michael A. Marek and wife Stephanie, Leanne Dolloff, Nick Marek, Heather L. Dolloff, Skylar Desmond and husband Matt, Chloe’ Barton, Kyle Chinn, Allyson Chinn, Josh Craven and wife Kaitlyn and Chris Craven and wife April; great grandchildren, Paxton Gillett, Zephyr Monjarrez, Tallulah Beauchamp, Dahlia Beauchamp, Seth Marek, Eli Florez, Riverlyn Florez, Aspen Desmond, Charleston Desmond, Layla Craven, Charlotte Craven, Hadley Craven, Emma Kate Craven and Jaxson Craven and her beloved dog Daisy.
In addition to her husband and parents, Linda was preceded in death by siblings, Clara Franks, Billy Conyers and Helen Rourk.
The family would like to express a special thanks to Crescent Hospice and her awesome nurse Ann and awesome nurse’s assistant Harriet.
Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared and viewed at www.carolinamemorial.com
A Life Well Celebrated Graveside Service at Carolina Memorial Park
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Linda E White
June 12, 2021
So many memories! She lived with us when I was a child. She would style my hair or should I say played around with my hair. It was fun. I remember one time she took me walking with her girlfriends, I thought I was hot stuff with those beautiful girls. I remember her getting married, having Tammy , Debra and Frankie Ann. Our family was very close. Sunday dinner at granny Conyers house and playing outside jump rope and hopscotch with my mom, Aunt Linda And Aunt Helen. Aunt Linda always said she was my big sister. And she was! We remained close all our years together. I will miss you so much and I love you always. Heaven is celebrating you with singing and I’m sure dancing. You are with all our loved ones. Until we meet again I love and miss you. Kathi