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2000 47th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
Phone: 970-353-1212
Fax: 970-353-4881
Steven White

Steven Lawrence "Steve" White

Friday, July 11th, 1947 - Thursday, July 4th, 2019
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It is with great sadness we say goodbye to our loving husband, dad and grandpa, Steven Lawrence White, 71, of Greeley, CO. He passed away on July 4, 2019. He picked his favorite day as a loyal Amercian that fought for our freedom and liberties. He was born to Russell and Kathryn (Williams) White on July 11, 1947 in Dallas, Texas.
Steve graduated from Highland High School in Albuquerque, NM in 1965.
Steve proudly served in the United States Marine Corp during the Vietnam War, where he earned two purple hearts.
After returning from Vietnam, he met the love of his life, Terry Hoff and they were married on July 5, 1968. They moved to Colorado and had 2 children, Dawn and Doug.
In 1978, Steve and the family moved to Greeley. Steve started his journey with the Ehrlich family and enjoyed 41 years working for the Ehrlich dealerships. Some of his favorite times included his family and travel, especially when the two collided. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren, who were his pride and joy, and always enjoyed family vacations. Some vacations being to Steamboat, which were even better when he had grandkids to show the great memories we all had over the years, cruises with his wife, or Disney Cruises with his children and grandchildren.
In 2012, he had the honor and privilege to be selected to go on the Honor Flight of Northern Colorado (now called High Plains Honor Flight).
Steve is survived by his wife of 51 years, Terry (Hoff) White; children, Dawn (John “Meathead” as was called by Steve) and Doug (Terasina) White; grandchildren, Breanna Olson, Caitlyn Olson, Morgan White, and Mason White. He was preceded in death by his parents (Kathryn and Russell) and brother, Edwin White.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Steve White’s name can be made to the High Plains Honor Flight of Northern Colorado in care of Adamson Life Celebration Home, 2000 47th Avenue Greeley, Colorado 80634. To leave condolences for Steve’s family, please visit: www.adamsoncares.com
Memorial gathering will be held from 6-8 pm, Sunday, July 14, 2019 at Adamson Life Celebration Home in Greeley. Life Celebration Memorial will be held at 12 pm, Monday, July 15, 2019 at Generations Church, 3600 W 22nd Street, Greeley.
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  • Visitation

    Sunday, July 14th, 2019 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    When
    Sunday, July 14th, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Location
    Adamson Celebration Center
    Address
    2000 47th Avenue
    Greeley, Colorado 80634
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  • Service

    Monday, July 15th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    When
    Monday, July 15th, 2019 12:00pm
    Location
    Generations Church
    Address
    3600 West 22nd Street
    GREELEY, CO 80634
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Corrie Bonato

Posted at 12:57pm
Steve was my soccer coach for many, many years. He taught me so much. He was the only father figure I had growing up, so I will always be grateful for him. I can still hear him call me (or yell at me) "Corrie Lynn"! Not many people called me that! So sorry for your loss Terry, Dawn and Doug. He was an amazing person with such a good heart.
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Kimela Page

Posted at 10:52pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Where to begin with such an extraordinary man, husband, father, grandfather, boss, mentor, and friend. If there was a betting line on Steve retiring in Vegas, the house would have lost the farm for sure. Of course, the Energizer Bunny was modeled after the man, who touched so many lives.
Steve was the social butterfly of Northern Colorado. Everyone knew him, and I do mean everyone. The number of employees that Steve hired and worked with over the 41 year span, is well over 6000 (If Steve were here to tell it, it would be around 10,000 but who is counting?) If they didn't know him, bet your bottom dollar they knew someone that did.
Working along Steve was an absolute honor and privilege. He cared so passionately about working for Ehrlichs, the employees and especially the surrounding communities. First and foremost, Steve was a family man. His unconditional love for Terry, Dawn and Doug, the grandchildren, Terasina and even Meathead (and that's another story).
He loved to travel and most of all he loved to tell the stories. Everything from the family trips, with pictures (of course) to his miss-adventures with Swede. Hearing some of the stories about Swede and Steve, it amazes oneself that they did not end up in jail on more than one occasion.
Steve has so many different facets to his life, from growing up in in New Mexico to joining the Marines which according to him, next to his family was the highest honor a man could have.
One of my daughters favorite memories of Steve was when he graciously accepted to join her on Veterans Day as her special guest and "adopted Grandfather". He was so engaging with her that day, from the school ceremony, then having lunch with a bunch of rowdy 2nd graders, to playing with her out on the play ground. It just shows, that no matter your age, Steve could connect in a very special way.
If we can learn anything from Steve, as I personally learned, its okay to make mistakes, be a good listener, have faith, love those around you, give without question, have understanding and patience, take pride in our country and veterans. Work will always be there but spending time with family is what matters most.
A true icon, gentleman, and an occasional shot of something smooth at lunch helps the day go by.
Raise my glass, cheers my friend, you will be missed but we will carry you in our hearts always.
Kimela & MyKalee Page
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Lajuan Koehn Bickerstaff

Posted at 05:35pm
Steve was my soccer coach for several years in my jr. high/high school years. I really learned everything I know about soccer from him. He pushed me and encouraged me and I had more fun than I can possibly say. He once gave me an award for being the most graceful soccer player on the field-it was a joke but somehow he managed to teach this graceful girl how to play and every time I watch or coach my two daughters now I think of him and hope I am giving them the same kind of experience I had. I am sorry for all of our loss-he will be missed and always remembered fondly. All my love and sympathy to your family-my prayers will be with you as you learn to move forward as you look back on a life well lived.

Lajuan Koehn Bickerstaff
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Posted at 08:42am
"Steven White" will remain in our hearts forever. He was truly a family member. May his family be so proud. From the Ehrlichs
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Ed Warr

Posted at 04:40pm
Dawn and Johnny, So sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

Ed and Karen Warr
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