Daniel Lane White
April 12, 1960 – April 2, 2018
Daniel "Dan" Lane White April 12th, 1960 - April 2nd, 2018
Dan is survived by his wife of 30 years Marie, his children, Jessica Bailey (Rashi) Jason White (Jessica), Kerri Willis (Craig), Kristi Webb, and Kelly Thurman. His siblings are Ray, Art (Cateland), Al, and Don (Kandis) White. Grandchildren Mishala Alcaide, Aiden Alcaide, Demetrius Bailey, Sean White, Caleb Webb, Isabella (Boo) Webb, Victoria Willis and Madeline Willis and numerous nieces and nephews.
Dan was a loving caring son, husband, father, brother and friend. Dan loved to show his children and grandchildren how to fish and pan for gold. Dan would take his grandchildren camping and bring out his harmonica and play songs with the kids. Dan's favorite sport team was the Seattle Seahawks. He loved the outdoors but in his spare time he loved to read and do crossword puzzles.
Dan worked hard at everything he set his mind to. He graduated from Cascade High School in 1978, he worked for the Everett School District for over 15 years. Dan was the caretaker for the Silverton Educational Camp ground a job and a place he loved the most. He also was the lead forklift driver at Miller Shingle. Dan worked very hard to provide for his family. He traveled much of the Pacific Northwest going as far east as Montana; although he lived in Oregon and Idaho he heart was in Washington. He will be missed by many. Dan wanted to be cremated upon his passing and there will be a memorial service held outdoors at Camp Silverton at a later date.
In keeping with Dan's love of nature and leaving nature where it belongs Donations can be made through paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org I lieu of flowers.
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Daniel Lane White
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April 18, 2018
When we were Children, Dan was always kind and considerate never making fun or ditching me his little lost dirty faced sad girl cousin....
Year's later I wanted a 10 speed bike so so bad and my mom could not afford to get me one then one night we heard something outside and went out and there was Dan leaving his own silver 10 speed leaning against the back porch and just walking down the long long driveway to walk his way home....I can still close my eye's and see him shrug his shoulder's and wave as he was walking away that Everything is gonna be just Fine smirk of a smile that was/is uniquely his....
So here I am today just keeping that memory and picturing him walking up those stair's too Heaven ~~~I whisper play a hand of card's /Hearts with our Mother's and enjoy your time building something with your Dad ooh and go fishing and laugh with your siblings and my sister will ya....Thank You for the childhood memories~~
And with a shrug of his shoulder's and a little hand wave and his famous shy smile somehow I Know things are gonna be Just Fine~~~