Joseph White
June 19, 1957 - March 3, 2012
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Joseph “Joe” Carl White, 54, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away Saturday, March 3, 2012 at Kindred Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. Born June 19, 1957 in Hammond, Indiana to Mary K. (nee – O’Neill) and Charles I. White, Joe moved to Charlotte County with his family in 1965, attending and graduating Charlotte High School…

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Phyllis Koski Bulger left a message on June 3, 2012:
Rest in Peace Joe White! St. Charles to Charlotte High, we crossed many a bridge together. You were always upbeat, happy and non- judgmental. It's been a very long time, but thank you for being my friend. I'm a better person for it! To your family, my thoughts and prayers to this "too soon" loss. may God bless you.
Martha McKenzie (Class of 1975) left a message on March 7, 2012:
There are many members of the Charlotte High School Class of 1975 who want to express their grief and their condolences to the Family of our Classmate Joseph Carl White. Joe was our brother and classmate. He was a challenging athlete and worked hard for his team mates no matter how hard the challenge. Joe will always be remembered in our hearts by the CHS Class of 1975. We will miss him greatly. Our prayers go out to the Family and his Friends.
Sandra Ingett left a message on March 7, 2012:
Joe, I have great memories of our high school day togeather. You were a nice guy. And i remember when your son was a bandit player and seeing you out there and talking. You will be missed. rest in peace. prayers to your family.
Bonnie Palon left a message on March 8, 2012:
Joe was always a bright spot in my day. I will miss his wonderful, upbeat attitude. I met Joe about 18 years ago through my job. We talked alot about football and my beloved Packers. He was just a genuinely nice guy. I know he is in heaven and we were all blessed to have him in our lives. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
janemstorey left a message on March 8, 2012:
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Tom Yurkovitch left a message on March 8, 2012:
Joe was one of my first friends when I moved to Charlotte County. He was always energetic and fun to be around. We were teammates in both football and baseball. This will take you back; I remember when he worked at Gee's Slack Shop in the Punta Gorda Mall!!! He will be missed. My thoughts are with his family and friends.
Vicki Terenzi Leonard left a message on March 9, 2012:
To the White Family: I am so sorry to learn of Joe's passing - he is gone to soon. We were childhood friends. I've known Joe since elementary school - we grew up together on Beeny Rd. I would always knock on the door to see if Joe could come out to play after his homework was done. I hope that you will find comfort in memories. I lost my sister Diana Terenzi Lombardo a couple of weeks ago. I know the pain your feeling is numbing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time. He will be missed.
Philip D. Hendrickson, Sr. left a message on March 10, 2012:
My Deepest Sorrows for your loss. Joe was a wonderful guy and liked by all. In my memories he was very good at the things he did. I havent seen him in years, and your right he was a good Tarpon. May God be with you and bless you all, I know how it feels. Sincerely, Philip D. Hendrickson, Sr. Class of 1977.
Dave "Snoopy" Alexander left a message on March 11, 2012:
To Joe's Dad and Family, First and foremost, my thoughts and deepest condolences are with you at this very difficult time. Joe and I became friends while attending St. Charles Catholic School. How we survived the irish nuns is beyond me, for we found much needed humor everyday as altar boys, or classmates. Then we competed against each other in Port Charlotte Little League, Joe for the Indians, and me for the Cubs. After Little League, we were teammates on the Port Charlotte Bowlerama state tournament in Pensacola. I know we left a lasting impression on that city, and for the parents that provided 500 miles of round trip transportation, with Joe and me in the back seat. We should have presented these 2 wonderful people "The Purple Heart" for their patience.Finally, Joe and I were teammates on the Charlotte High Baseball team, albeit for a very short time, as I decided to forego a baseball career for a radio career. Joe was the first on the baseball team to congratulate me, and said that HE was a better talker. Our last conversation happened many years ago, but he was so very excited about being a father. To this day, whenever I happen to play the song "Dancing Machine" by the Jackson 5, I smile and remember Joe starting to dance in my car when that song came on the radio. Thanks Joe....for being my friend! Dave "Snoopy" Alexander WINK Radio & TV Fort Myers, Fl CHS Class of 76' Florida Everblades Announcer Estero, Fl
Brenda Hussey left a message on March 12, 2012:
Joe, Our prayers are with you and your family during this time of loss. Hold your memories close in your heart, and know that we are thinking about you. Brenda Hussey
Allyson Ponger Karnes left a message on March 19, 2012:
I went to high school with Joe, I remember him as a really great guy. I am very sorry for your loss.
Sherril O'Connell left a message on June 3, 2012:
I was very sad to hear of Joe's passing...Although I havent seen him in a very long time, I remember him when he played with the Elk's baseball team way back in the early 70's.. my brother Jimmy also played a few years later..I remember Joe as a very sweet young man. I am so very sorry for your loss
Martha "Hughes/Bell" McKenzie left a message on March 7, 2012:
My memories of Joe are of an energetic person with a smile. An athlete who played hard and always a joy to be around. I will miss Joe and wish his Father, Sisters, Son and extended family Peace.
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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