Bertis E. White

Bertis White
Bertis White

Bertis White, 91, of Amarillo, TX died Thursday, July 9, 2020.

Graveside services will be at noon, Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at Willow Cemetery in Haskell, TX.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Bertis was born May 9, 1929, in Lamesa, TX to Rueben and Josie White.

He married Chan King on July 30, 1950.

He was a member of Washington Avenue Christian Church.  Bertis was a minister of the Christian Church in Benjamin, TX, Iraan, TX, San Angelo, TX, and Ashdown, AR.

Bertis had a 29-year career as a postal carrier and held the office record for most dog bites.

Survivors include his wife, Chan White, of Amarillo, TX; three daughters, Kryss Downs and husband Dennis, of Monroe, LA, Kara Peterson and husband Greg, of Denver, CO, and Beth Ward and husband Wayne, of Sherman, TX; two sons, Mickey White and wife Christy, of Shamrock, TX, and Sam White and wife Martha, of Amarillo, TX; a brother, Jim White, of Corpus Christi, TX; thirteen grandchildren; and fourteen great-grandchildren.

11 Replies to “Bertis E. White”

  1. I haven’t had the privilege to meet this Christian cowboy but I have had the pleasure of knowing his daughter Kara. Her love for life and the Lord has meant so much to me. So I’m sure the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. . May he rest in peace in God‘s loving arms. I’m sure there is a celebration going on in heaven that’s even bigger than Texas!
    I pray for all of his children and their families. Please be assured that his spirit will forever reside in your hearts.And his memories will bring you much joy.

  2. So sorry to hear grandad went to be with our Lord.
    We will truly miss the stories Kelly and Chandos
    Shared with us.Sending our love and prayers for the family.

  3. Our dear Cowboy has ridden off on a pure white stallion wearing a new white, flowing linen robe…STILL following his Savior as JESUS leads him home…annoints his head with oil, serves a banquet of Taco Bell tacos with fiery hot sauce…and…no carrots! His cup overflowing with his favorite iced tea. And…JESUS looks into his eyes and says: “Well done, my son, welcome home. Heaven wants you now more than you’re needed on earth. Welcome home, dear child, welcome HOME!”

  4. Mickey, Shannon and Tory. So sorry for the loss of your Dad/Grandfather. My prayers are with you and all of the family.
    Kim Moxom

  5. Sad to learn this sad news. Brings back so many wonderful memories. Prayers for all of this special special family. Betty and Bill Campbell

  6. Bertis White was a great man and servant of Christ. His life was well lived and I know he heard the LORD say to him, “Well done, good and faithful servant”. May the family be comforted through this time of great loss. Love to the Bertis White family. God bless you.

  7. Daddy, i have always been so proud of you. You gave us so much. You loved our mother like nobody’s business. You told us stories mostly from the Bible but also from your dad and grandad and the Old West. You took us all kinds of places and always accepted as many friends as we wanted to bring along. You were a hallmark of integrity in all your dealings. You lived your Faith.

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