Jeffrey White

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Jeffrey White, 55, passed away on June 4, 2021. Jeffrey was born on August 23, 1965 in Mansfield, OH to John White Sr. and Wyozetta White.

Jeffrey was a graduate of Malabar High School and Devry Technical Institute. He was a lifetime member of Shiloh Baptist Church where he ministered with the choir and served with the Trustee Board. He was also a member of The Gospel Music Workshop of America. He was a Member of Wendy’s Corporation. Jeffrey loved to travel; especially cruises with his friend Darlene Parker

He is preceeded in death by his parents, aunts, Doretha “Book” Preston and uncles Buster Reed and Clarence Fox Reed .

Jeffrey is survived by brothers John White; William White; and Troy White; sisters Shannon White and Vernie Mason and sister/friend Tiffany Mitchell; special friend, Adam Weitzel and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Public Viewing will be held on Saturday, June 12th , 2021 at 8:30 AM followed by Private Family Home Going Service 9:30am at Shiloh Baptist Church 130 E. Second St. Interment at Mansfield Cemetery.

Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD (formerly Williams Funeral Services) 753 McPherson St. To order flowers and offer condolences to The WHITE Family, visit www.TheChapelofPeace.com.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Beverly Cline

    To the White Family you have my sympathy. God be with you throughout this time.

  2. My Sincere Sympathy to The White Family. Jeff was very special to me. Playing cards with OUR card group “The Scallywags” I truly Cherished our Friendship and that for sure I know that you knew. See you later!!!!

  3. Kim Hairston-Dismuke

    Jeff was a wonderful and kind person. He would help anyone anyway he could. He could always make you laugh. He will be missed but never forgotten. Praying for the Family.

  4. Charles and Patti (Cash) Ray

    Our Prayers are with the White Family. Weeping may endure for a night ,but JOY cometh in the morning.

  5. Carolyn Chapmon

    To the family of Jeff White”Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning” Pslam 30:5

  6. Debbie S Jefferson

    Jeff you will be truly missed i never want to go to Wendy’s again because you always yelled at me and harassing my granddaughter also rest in peace get your praise on.

  7. Jeffrey you were a good friend and a great GM at Wendy’s .I remember all the good times we had at Wendy’s .RIP we all love you

  8. Amari Anderson

    Jeffrey you was the best GM at Wendy’s I was glad to call you my manger you was always happy to see all your employees gone better never forgotten see you soon

  9. To John, Willie, Troy and family. You all already know how I felt about Jeff. He has always been our Bonus little brother ( as Steph said). Decades of laughter and the love he had for everyone. I teased Jeff all the time how your mom would holler his name, a memory that will never be forgotten. Praying for all of you. Your sister from another mother. Lorie & Kenny Carter

  10. Karen Heard (Payne)

    To the White family,

    Jeff was a very special person, he was always smiling and had something to say to make you laugh. Just a nice person and pleasant to be around. He will be missed.
    My condolences on the loss of your loved one.
    Praying for comfort and strength during this time.

  11. Sue from the office

    Jeffrey was a wonderful person to work with for so many years! Always kind and helpful. His smile was 1000 watts and lit up the room. We miss getting store mail which ALWAYS smelled wonderfully of his cologne! I can hear you singing with the angels now my friend! You are a shining star!

  12. Brenda K Feagin

    Condolences to the White family and friends. JEFF was a nice person..He loved to make us laugh..He will
    Truly be missed.
    Brenda Feagin and family.

  13. I am very saddened by the loss of Jeffrey. He was a truly good person. He was a real professional and it was joy to walk in any of his Wendy’s stores and shake his hand and thank him for his excellence. I am proud to have known him for over 25 years and will remember his infectious smile and his always positive demeanor. I will truly miss him.

    Tom Hennings

  14. Phil Leek, Jr

    I had the honor of knowing Jeff for about the last 25 yrs and always enjoyed our good conversations. He was a vibrant and caring individual. He was both kind and outspoken. I am sorry he has gone on already. His passing is a loss to humanity. May he rest in Peace. My condolences to all his family, friends and bereaved.

  15. Cousin you will he missed, should’ve stopped by the house instead of the job. Our last talk will be a cherished memory. Love you. Sending my love to you’ll my Big Cousins. May all his precious Memories Bring some Comfort at this Most difficult Time

  16. Jeff, my friend with the sweetest soul.. you will be missed on earth.

  17. Pamela Barrett

    Praying peace & comfort for family & friends.

  18. Alan and Tiffany Mitchell

    Thank you for sharing Jeff With us. He brightened up our lives. For years now, every Thursday we would get together to share laughs: comedians, game shows, Warriors games, gossip, sitcoms, and whatever had happened at Wendy’s. We miss him so much already. May our memories bring us some small measure of comfort!

  19. JOHN M. RUSSELL

    The world has lost a great man, a true friend, a great boss, a loving son and brother, a man who lived to sing unto the lord.

    My heart goes out to the families, The White Family, The Shiloh Church Family, and his Wendy’ s family as well of his circle of friends and loved ones who were like family to Jeff.

    A better friend I could not have asked for, and I will truly miss your love, compassion and your amazing humble ways.

    Sing with the angels my friend, until we meet again.

    Rax Restaurant employee
    Shiloh Choir Member
    Beloved Friend

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