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Anthony White

July 26, 1960 ~ February 6, 2018 (age 57)
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Anthony White was born on July 26, 1960 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the third child of four born to the union of the late Joseph and Dora White.

             Anthony confessed Christ at an early age at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where he serves as an active choir member and on the usher board.

Anthony attended and graduated from the Geneva County High School where he was very active in basketball. Anthony join the U. S. Army after graduation from High school. While in the military Anthony served as a Clerk and became quite proficient with handling all types of paper work. Anthony took the skills from his military training and help to serve other veterans in his community.

Anthony united in Holy Matrimony to Scostia Carswell on September 6, 2006 in Houston County, Alabama. Renewed their vowels in 2013.

Anthony was a true Anderson he had a true love for fishing.

Anthony departed this life on February 6, 2018.  He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.

He leaves to cherish his memory his wife Scostia White; one son: Anthony Marcus Island; one daughter: Cicely White; two step children: Xavien M. Moore and Dida (Robbie) Griffin; two sister: Vivian (Andrew) White-Thompson and Debra Wilson; one brother: Joe Ellis White; two grandchildren: Brianna Island and Marcus Island;  four step grandchildren: Princess Moore, MJ Griffin, Elijah Griffin and Xavien M. Moore, Jr.; two uncles and aunt: Frank (Peggy) Anderson and Walter Anderson and a host of nieces, nephew and other relatives and friends.

 

 

 


Somewhere in the night a quiet professional is waiting.
He does not care that he is tired.
That his hardened body is sleep deprived.
He is unbroken and vigilant in his task.
 
Somewhere this warrior is the final tripwire.
He has trained all his life in brutal conditions day and night.
This barren and desolate world is his home.
He lives and survives by an ancient Creed.
 
Somewhere this weapon of war will not ask nor give quarter.
He thrives on the mission and completing his objective.
That he allows the taste of fear to motivate his actions.
He is…the final option.

 

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