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Johnny Kent White
Washington County, Oklahoma
|Pastor John K White|
|Submitted by: JoJo|
Funeral services for Pastor John K White were held at 2 P.M. Friday in the Sanctuary of the First Baptist Church in Bartlesville with his uncle, Rev. Clarence Brinkley of the Haywood Baptist Church at Haywood, Oklahoma and Dr. Joe Dan Fowler, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Bartlesville officiating. Interment was in the Oglesby Cemetery under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home.
Johnny Kent White was born on November 23, 1955 at Fort Cobb, Oklahoma to Kenton Louis and Shirley Mae (Martin) White and died suddenly Monday morning following an unexpected illness at the age of 49.
He graduated from Covington-Douglas High School at Covington, Oklahoma in May of 1974. He attended Oklahoma Baptist University where he graduated in May of 1979 with a double major in Philosophy and Religion. He then attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary at Ft. Worth, Texas and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville, Kentucky, and had been working on his Masters Degree in Christian Education. While attending OBU, he served as Children and Youth pastor at Temple Baptist Church at Shawnee. He served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church near Enid, Oklahoma, Middleberg Baptist Church at Middleberg, Oklahoma, First Baptist Church at Wann, Oklahoma, First Baptist Church of Wynona, was the founding pastor of Victory Baptist Church at Pershing, Oklahoma, where he was also the founding administrator of the Victory Christian School, pastor of Cross Plains Baptist Church at Cross Plains, Indiana, East Audobon Baptist Church at Louisville, Kentucky, and was currently serving as pastor of the Bluestem Baptist Church in Dewey. He was also teaching Bible Classes for Juniors and Seniors at Wesleyan Christian School where he also assisted in coaching high school boys basketball and helped with football. He was a "Handyman Missionary" who did handyman work but also spent hours preaching, teaching and counseling his clients. At the time of his death. he was Pastor of the Bluestem Baptist Church in Dewey.
He married Mary Elizabeth McVicker on August 17, 1974 and to them four children were born. He was later married to Danna Pat Siebert on April 11, 1986 at St. Charles, Missouri and to them six children were born.
He is survived by his wife, Danna White of the home in Dewey, seven daughters, Chanda Marie Myers and her husband, Brian Allen Myers of Skiatook, Lindsay Ann White of Okay, Oklahoma, Elizabeth Kathleen White of Dewey, Sarah Danielle White of Dewey, Esther Elyn White of Dewey, Rebekah Mae White of Dewey, and Ruth Jamilyn White of Dewey, four sons, Lucas John White and his wife, Jennifer Jean White of Longdale, Okla., Zackery McClayton White of Canton, Okla., Jesse Kent White of Ramona, and Zebulun James White of Dewey, his parents, Rev. Kenton Louis White and Shirley Mae White of Ramona, one sister, Shirlena Jo (White) Scott of Ochelata, one brother, James Clayton White and his wife, Cindy Diane White of Ramona, and 7 grandchildren, Elijah Brian Myers, Clayton Job Myers, Gavriel Elizabeth Myers, Braden Lucas White, Dulcie Jean White, Alexa Jayne White, and Ethan Lewis White, nieces Kaylie Arlene Scott, Karrie Ann Scott, Kinzie Jo Scott, Kelsie Mae Scott, and Danielle Kay White, nephews, Cody Louis Scott, Casey Beau Miller, Cyle Burke Miller, and Ryan Wade Miller, and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Elizabeth Haigler in 1987, his grandparents, and a niece, Kammie Adelle Scott.
Casket bearers were Lucas White, Zackery White, James White, Cody Scott, Brian Myers, Jesse White, and Stavros Padazopoulos.
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