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3000 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47401
Phone: 812-333-4400
Fax: 812-333-4445
Janice Ruth White

Janice Ruth White

Thursday, August 19th, 1937 - Saturday, April 17th, 2021
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Janice Ruth White, 83, of Bloomington, passed away on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.
Born August 19, 1937 in Bloomington, she was the daughter of James Walter and Emma (Honeycutt) Egan.
She married Lloyd Leon White and he preceded her in death on July 4, 1984.
Janice loved bird watching, reading the bible, listening to gospel music and spending time with her family. She was of the Pentecostal faith.
Survivors include her two sons, Michael Leon (Karen) White, Jeffrey Lee White; two daughters, Vicky Lynn (Allen) Jackson, Pamela Kay White; grandchildren, David, Alesia, Graison, Misty Gail, Katie, Kourtney, Lacey, Michelle; one sister, Doris Copple; as well as several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; a grandson, Alex Jackson; sisters, Helen Pemberton, Eunice Pemberton, Norma Phillips, Sara Newton; brothers, Virgil “Bud” Egan and Eugene Egan.
Visitation will be 11-1pm on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at Knightridge Pentecostal Church, 3775 S. Knightridge Rd, Bloomington, IN 47401.
Funeral services will be at 1pm at the church with Pastor Tom Rhodes officiating. Burial to follow at Knightridge Cemetery.
Memorial contributions in memory of Janice may be made to Knightridge Pentecostal Church.
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 | 11:00am - 1:00pm
    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 11:00am - 1:00pm
    Knightridge Pentecostal Church
    3775 South Knightridge Rd.
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  • Service

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 1:00pm
    Knightridge Pentecostal Church
    3775 South Knightridge Rd.
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Margaret Barnes

Posted at 03:08pm
Many prayers your way through this valley! The Nancy Barnes Family

Jessica Raines-Jones

Posted at 11:01am
We are very sorry to hear about Aunt Ruth's passing. Love you all and are thinking of you. Jessica (Rita's daughter)

Christine Sneed & Jared Thompson

Posted at 06:21am
Pam: We will have you and your family in our hearts. May you find comfort in memories and strength in the love you all share.
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Alesia White

Posted at 02:10pm
My grandma was a strong woman both in spirit and in her faith. She loved and supported us grandkids no matter what we did in life and was always there for us. I loved the walks around the neighborhood we took every day I stayed with her growing up. She was a true lover of nature as her house always had beautiful flowers all around along with many bird feeders and bird houses to take care of her little winged friends. She had a truly kind and beautiful soul and a giggle that just made your heart smile. If I am even half as good as a woman as my grandma is I can say it will be a life well lived.

Lacey Jackson

Posted at 11:25am
My grandma was an amazing woman. She was the glue to our family. She definitely was a character. As many know my grandma was death in one ear and hard of hearing in the other. If she didn’t want to listen to you, or didn’t want to put her hearing aid in she would just turn it down, or not have it in. You would be sitting there talking to her and she would just be nodding her head and when she noticed you stopped talking and were looking at her she would get this little smirk and just start giggling because she knew she got caught.

She use to watch me when I was little. I remember playing outside and when I would come in she would be playing her gospel music on her black recorder. She would just sit in her rocker, with her eyes closed, humming along, and praying to god. From the time I was little I remember my grandma always being a firm believer in god, and going to church. As she got older she may not have got to go to church as much, but she stood strong in her faith. She was a true role model when it came to holding the faith.

Also, anytime I was sick her two remedies were hot tea and toast, and 7-up. Hot tea was her specialty though. I definitely will remember my grandma anytime I drink hot tea.

One thing I wish I learned from her before she left this world was how she got stains out of clothes. My grandma definitely took that secret with her. No matter how stubborn the stain was my grandma could get it out. I definitely regret not learning her secret.

She also had a green thumb. My grandma could take anything and make it grow. I remember one time she was telling us how she was so tired of plant so she just threw it out the back door and the plant rooted itself and started growing outside... but it just goes to show how nurturing she was. She could taking a dying plant and nurture it back to life.

My grandma was my heart and soul. She was the strongest woman I knew. Through all the battles of cancer, kidney failure, high blood pressure and whatever else... she never gave up fighting until the very end, and I think she knew god was calling her home. Go rest high on that mountain grandma your time on earth is through. You did your job, we will be okay here until we meet again. I love you.

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