October 2, 1942 ~ April 6, 2019

Born in: Pueblo, CO,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

James L. White, 76, passed away peacefully April 6, 2019. Jim was born Oct. 2, 1942, to James L. and Irene (Timmons) White in Pueblo, Colo. Jim is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Beverly (who he affectionately called Rabbit) and had been friends with since they were 14; three sons, Randy (Linda) White, Victor (Paulette) White and Warren (Noelle) White; grandchildren, Matt, Zach, Micaela, Austin, Carly, Megan, Andrew and Cole (deceased); and great-grandson, Quinton. Jim was truly a loved husband, father, grandfather, friend and mentor. We'll sincerely miss him! Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 10 a.m. Thursday, April 11, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 4104 Outlook Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81008, Shriner's Hospital for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Dr., Tampa, FL 33607 or charity of your choice. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Bev and Family, I am so sorry I was out of town for Jim’s celebration of LIfe. He was a special friend of my Brother Kent and Gary’s and for the brief time I knew him, it was easy to see why.

    So sorry he went to heaven so early, I’m sure you are all missing him badly but I know the hope of reuniting with him there one day will pull you through!

    I’m sure Sangre de Cristo Hospice will let you know but I made a donation to them in Jim’s honor.

  2. Thanks for the memories on the Santa Fe Jim, so glad I had the pleasure of knowing you and may you Rest in Peace. Sending out hugs and prayers for the family.

  3. A fine man may be missed but will not be forgotten. Thanks for giving such a wonderful ride on the White Train. Our many telephone calls and our visits always brought smiles as a result of our spirited repartee and your many entertaining malapropisms. Your obvious concern for others, and especially for family and generosity to one and all, provided great enjoyment and appreciation to others. As well, you were blessed with the gift of a splendid mind and quick witticism. We have many fond memories of visiting you folks. My only regret is that you were not able to visit us in Oregon. Our experiences are etched in my memory, Cuz.

  4. We will always remember Jim for his fun humor and the love he showed to our daughter Noelle, Warren and our two grand kids Megan and Andrew. Bev, you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time and we know you are surrounded by the love and support of your family and friends.
    Love from us both.
    Dick & Jan Fishel

  5. Bev, Randy Victor and Warren – sorry to her about Jim as I can remember him from my childhood! Thought are with you and your families! Lee Walters

  6. Beverly and family, my condolences to you all about the loss of Jim. I always thought so much of you and Jimmy and the comfortable nature of your family. I wish we had more time together. God Bless.

  7. Vic, My sincere condolences to you and your family in this time of loss and sorrow. I pray that the Lord will bring you peace and comfort.

  8. Beverly and family, Tommy and I are saddened by the loss of Cuz Jimmy. We have been truely blessed to connect with this wonderful man and branch on our Timmons side of the Tree of Life . You, Jimmy, Paulette and Victor have generously taken us in. We are family. His sense of humor, honesty and emails will be remembered and missed for years to come. We love you

  9. I hardly knew Jimmy, who was several years my senior. His father, Jim, lent me Jimmy’s violin when I was at SCSC. I played on it in the Pueblo Symphony, even though my main instrument was the viola. Jimmy’s parents, Jim and Irene were great friends of my parents. So, Jimmy was important to me in a way that I’ve always remembered. My condolences to his family.

  10. Jim made us all smile every time he came to the clinic. He had a huge heart and personality! We will truly miss seeing him. Prayers to Beverly and the rest of his family.
    To Beverly: One of the last things I said to him was that Beverly is a smart woman and she’s right so listen to her. He thought you’d get a kick out of us siding together.

  11. What a wonderful, kind man. You will truly be missed by everyone you touched. May your family find comfort, love and light during this sad time. Go now and fly high with the eagles, watch over your family. Blessings to you and your family.

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