Rolanda L. White Ford


Rolanda Lorraine White-Ford, passed away at her home, on April 16, 2014 at the age of 58.

Rolanda was a loving wife, mother, daughter and sister. She graduated from High School. She is also certified n the Health Care Field where she worked for many years. She touched many lives. She loved to cook, have parties and be around her family.

Rolanda was preceded in death by her father, Fredrick White, stepfather Nathaniel Brown and her two brothers William (Billy) Brown and Darryl Streeter.

Rolanda is survived by her husband, Aaron Ford, mother Annette Brown, step-mother Delores Coles, brothers, Fredrick (Mary)White Jr., Gregory (Patty) Brown and Gary Brown, sister, Crystal Streeter, sister in law Cherita Streeter, children; Marcus (Latosha) Hicks, Marva (Gilbert) Abbington, Antwone (Tiffany)White, Cortez (Sithabile) White, and Heather (Quentin) White-Clemons, grandchildren, Marquisa, Madison, Mckenzie, Michah, Brooklyn, Tani, Antwone Jr., Desire, Zakai, Courtnee, Corriayh, Cortez, Coree, Keisha, Ashay, Marvin, Tandiwe, Dominique, Richard Jr, and twins Marquisa and Marquise, great grandchild; Aaden, special nephew Brandon White, special recognition to Michael L. Hicks and many more relatives and friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Love you cuz you're going to be misd by many fly high my beautiful Angel

  2. Sincere sympathies to the White Ford family.

    Raul Soto & family

  3. I will keep your family in my prayers.

  4. Eula Stewart (Mom Wood)

    To Antionne and family. Know that my heart is heavy for your loss. May God comfort our hearts and give you perfect peace during this time. Stay close to one another as your Mother wanted because she was all about family. God bless

  5. May God bring comfort and peace during your time of bereavement. I know this is a difficult time for the family but celebrate her life and do not mourn her death. She is in a better place and living pain and sick free.

  6. Rest peacefully cuzn

  7. May the Ford family find comfort knowing that God is near to those brokenhearted and may you find hope in His promised resurrection. Psalm 34:18, Acts 24:15

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