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Obituary of Margaret Flower White

Margaret Flower White passed away peacefully on Oct. 30 with her family by her side.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Penn Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church 17645 Penn Valley Drive, Penn Valley, CA 95946.

Margaret was born in College Place, Washington on Jan. 18, 1929 to Jacob and Wilda Lang.

She graduated from Walla College and in 1952 obtained her nursing degree from Loma Linda University.

Margaret married Daivd White on June 20, 1955 and they would have two children, James and Caryn. In 1963, the family moved to Grass Valley where Margaret’s father built the family house and where she resided until her death.

She enjoyed a healthy lifestyle. She worked initially at the Jones Hospital, one of the first hospitals in Grass Valley. She then became the school nurse for Nevada Union School District.

Margaret enjoyed providing for her family, cooking, sewing, gardening, traveling and was very active with the Seventh-Day Adventist Church both in Grass Valley and Penn Valley.

She will be greatly missed by her large extended family, including her church family, and her friends at the Weimer Institute for Healthy Living.

Margaret is survived by her son James (Annie) White; daughter Caryn White; brother Don Lang; grandchildren, Jacob and Johnathan (Devonne); great-grandchildren, Amelia Margaret and Arianna Toor; several cousins, Pat, Bert, Sheri and Bonnie; several nieces and nephews, Lori, Kevin, Kathy, Lisa, Leanna, Yolanda and Lynelle.

She was preceded in death by her husband David; brother Maurice; and her parents, Jacob and Wilda.

Arrangements are under the care of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary.


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