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Memory Gardens Cemetery
Pittsburg, Oklahoma

James & LueVona White
Brumley-Mills Funeral Home
Submitted by: Carol Spear Rice


James M. White died November 18, 2020 in McAlester at the age of 85. He was survived by his wife of nearly 57 years, LueVona F. White, and children, Jay L. Harrington, Oklahoma City, and Lorrie Ann Harrington, McAlester. James was an avid sportsman, who loved hunting and fishing, and meeting the guys every morning at Carl's Jr. for breakfast. Burial was privately held at Memory Gardens Memorial Park in McAlester.

LueVona F. White died peacefully June 22, 2021, in McAlester at the age of 80. She is survived by her children, Jay L. Harrington, Oklahoma City, and Lorrie Ann Harrington, McAlester. She was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 57 years, James M. White. LueVona loved wildlife, arts and crafts, and Toby Keith. Burial was privately held at Memory Gardens Memorial Park in McAlester.

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