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Margie Louette White

Born: Tue., Feb. 7, 1956
Died: Mon., May 10, 2021

Public Viewing

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Tue., May 18, 2021
Location: Harris Funeral Home Memorial Chapel

Lie in Repose

10:00 AM Wed., May 19, 2021
Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Wed., May 19, 2021
Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Interment following funeral service

12:00 PM Wed., May 19, 2021
Location: Lakeland Memorial Park

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MISS MARGIE LOUETTE WHITE, 65 of MONROE, NC passed away Monday, May 10, 2021 at Atrium Health / Union in Monroe, NC.

Funeral Services will be held 11:00 am Wedneday, May 19, 2021 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 700 E. Sunset Dr., Monroe, NC.  Miss White remains will Lie in Repose 10:00 am to 11:00 am at the Church prior to the Service.  Interment will follow in Lakeland Memorial Park, 1901 Lancaster Avenue, Monroe, NC.

(Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic everyone attending the Service and Public Viewing are required to wear a mask or facial covering .  Also please use the Hand Sanitizing Station when entering and exiting the Funeral Home.)

A public viewing will be held 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at Harris Funeral Home & Cremations of Monroe, NC which is serving the White, Allen and extended families.

Miss Margie Louette White,  a daughter of the Margie Ray Allen White and the late Prince Crawford White, Sr., was born on Tuesday, February 7, 1956 in Marshville, NC.

In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by a brother, Prince Crawford White, Jr.

Margie was a loving daughter, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend who loved deeply.  She enjoyed cross stritching, crafts, and sewing. Margie had many other hobbies to include baking her famous "cold oven pound cakes" and "Amish Friendship Bread", which many enjoyed when they assisted her in a time of need as a way of saying thank you.

She graduated from Monroe High School in 1974.  Margie went on to continue her eduation beyond high school at Stanly Community College, Albemarle, NC, where she received her Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education.  Margie worked as a Teacher Assistant in the Union County Public School System for 23 years, where she taught Kindergarten through Middle School students.   In other work life experiences, she was a basketball coach and also taught Gymnastics.

Margie was a woman of great faith who joined the church at an early age.  She attended several churches until she joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1985.  She was a very faithful member, rarely missing a sunday until she began to face health challenges.  Anyone who knew her will remember her famous saying, "You know me, I just  KEEP ON KEEPING ON", and that she did in a remarkable way!  Despite her sickness, and no matter how great her pain, Margie didn't complain.  At some point during her struggles, she adopted the name "Rainbow Delight" and attributed this name to always remember " God's Promise."  This acknowledgement brings about the reflection of "The Rainbow of God's Promise" to Noah after the great flood in the Old Testament.  This remains as a constant reminder to everyone she met including family and friends that God established a covenant with Noah by His grace. (Genesis 8 and 9.

She went above and beyond to do the work of the Lord which included sharing  the Gospel performing her church callings and doing Missionary work.  In addition to her love of singing, she was a choir member and a director along with performing many solos at church and within the community.  Margie had an extraordinary, yet angelic voice.  When people had the opportunity to hear her magnified vocals, they were truly blessed, inspired and uplifted.

Left to celebrate her life and cherish her memories is her only child, Travis Lafayette White of Charlotte, NC; two grandchildren, Ja'suan Maximus White of Charlotte, NC and Camdin Nysairee White, of York, SC; her loving namesake and mother, Margie Ray Allen White of Monroe, NC; five sisters, Alice Faye Murray of Irvington, NJ, Mary White Washington of Lancaster, SC, Elaine White McManus (Sonny) of Waxhaw, NC, Betty R. White of Monroe, NC and Marie Ann White of  Charlotte, NC; three brothers, Ethan L. White of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Ricky D. White and Teddy M. White, both of Atlanta, GA and three bonus brothers, Ernest Calvin Howard (Tressie) of Marshville, NC, Prime Moore and Leon Jones, both of Monroe, NC; 20 nieces and nephews, 12 great-nieces and nephews and 1 great-great-nephew, with a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

2 Timothy 4:7-8    I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith; Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day; and not to me only but unto all them also that love His appearing.

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Virginia S. Massey
   Posted Wed May 12, 2021
May God’s love heal your grief and ease your heartache? Margie will be remembered for her kind spirit and an assistant to me in the Monroe Middle School media center.

Virginia S. Massey
   Posted Wed May 12, 2021

May God’s love heal your grief and ease your heartache? Margie will be remembered for her kind spirit and an assistant to me in the Monroe Middle School media center.

Darrell "tank" Polk
   Posted Wed May 12, 2021
OKAY…what can I say but this was one beautiful woman, friend, mentor, matriarch, a God given big Sister …I will forever remember all the times of seeing that smile and hearing that laugh and the words of wisdom …I will miss you big Sis…thank you for all the inspiration and guidance giving when I needed them the most to be a better man…and letting Ricky teach me to drive in your car…rest easy now with the good Lord…your wings are welcome…love you and miss you…Tank

Franklin Casstevens
   Posted Wed May 12, 2021
Words can not express our deepest sympathy to the family of Ms. Margie White. The years we worked together at BHESA and the never ending love and support she gave to the students, staff and being an assistant to our chorus is a treasured memory never to be forgotten. Her faithfulness and commitment to every task was a gift to all she worked with. This is a special family who we counted a joy to have as neighbors and friends. May His peace and comfort abide with you all and know that we are praying for you during this time of loss. Her smile and love of music will live on in my heart and the hearts of many students who she loved so much.
Frank Casstevens - Arts Coordinator BHESA
Frank , Holly and Trevor Casstevens - Monroe

Demetric Blakeney
   Posted Wed May 12, 2021
My heartfelt condolences to the family of Ms. Margie, I will always remember her from my childhood days to now, attending school with her son, and being a dear friend of our family. May her loved ones find comfort and peace to endure such a great loss. We Love you all and will definitely keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Janet Simpson
   Posted Thu May 13, 2021
Sorry for the loss of your loved one. May God grant you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Ruby McClain
   Posted Thu May 13, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. Margie was a beautiful sweet person. Worked together in the UCPS system for some years. Your family have my condolences.

   Posted Thu May 13, 2021
Sending thoughts and prayers to my wonderful cousin!!

Kissy Marshall
   Posted Fri May 14, 2021
My God heal your broken hearts. I’m really going to miss talking to her at dialysis. She will be missed.

Catherine and Robert Cureton
   Posted Fri May 14, 2021
We send our condolences. We pray for the peace of Christ to comfort you.

Eugene Simpson
   Posted Sat May 15, 2021
I will remember the time we spent together growing up in a world we both enjoyed ,hope to see you on the other side of the river and have a peaceful journey home

Dana (Camay)
   Posted Tue May 18, 2021
Trav, I’m praying for you, the kids, grandma and Aunt Betty! I am speechless that this has happened to such a beautiful butterfly! God obviously needed you more for this war we’re in! I have so many memories with you and Trav that I will never forget!!! I love you and you’ll always be my Ma Dukes!!! ❤️❤️

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