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Mary White

Mary Jane (Kitterman) White, 57, of Stockton died Wednesday, March 1, in a French Camp hospital.

No services are planned. Inurnment will be private, with Cherokee Memorial Funeral Home.

Mrs. White was born on July 10, 1948, in Oakland. She later moved to Grass Valley, and attended Sierra College where she earned an associate of arts degree. Following her marriage to George “Ernie” White, they moved to Stockton in 1972, and she worked as a clerk in the office of CMH Insurance Company for several years. She also worked in sales for Fuller Brush and Watkins Products. She coached for a soccer and kickball team at Hoover Elementary School in Stockton, and served as a noon supervisor on the playground for four years. She also assisted at voter polling places as a team supervisor in the Country Club Boulevard area of Stockton. She was a member of the Independent Order of Forrester’s. She enjoyed watching television, crafts, and collecting eagles.



She is survived by her former husband and friend, George “Ernie” White of Stockton; daughter and son-in-law, Kimberly Ann and Bryan Dimig of Sacramento; son, David James White of Stockton; granddaughter, Amanda May Jane White of Sacramento; mother-in-law, Hazel White of Stockton; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Vera and Ken Anderson of Stockton; and family friend, David Woodman of Stockton.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Cherokee Memorial Funeral Home.


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