Elizabeth Karin White

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Elizabeth Karin White, age 26, of Vienna, Virginia passed away on November 13, 2009 at NIH - National Cancer Institute. Loving and cherished daughter of A. Thomas White, Sr. and Kathryn White. Devoted sister of A. Thomas White, Jr. and his fiance Christina Nguyen. Granddaughter of Rosalie and the late Henry Schnittker and the late Arthur and Jeanne White. She is also survived by her uncles, aunts, cousins, friends and the communities of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Georgetown Visitation and Elon University. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to OLGC-Young Teachers Assistance Fund.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Mike and I are saddened by the loss of Elizabeth. May God grant you peace during this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  2. I am deeply sorry for the untimely loss of such a young and beautiful woman. I will keep her in my prayers. Cathy Fimian

  3. Our prayers, at OLGC and at home, are with all of you, during this time of sorrow. Elizabeth was an inspiration to all of us. Her smile was like the brightest star. She will always be remembered with love. May God bless you all during this time of grieving.

  4. Tom – Derek has kept me apprised of your sister’s long and courageous struggle with cancer. I’m so sorry that she even had this illness in the first place and then that she died so young; a huge loss to all. Please extend my condolences to your parents. Fondly, Deborah (Derek’s mom)

  5. My memories of Elizabeth go back to her activities as a studet at OLGC. I always looked forward to seeing her on my trips to Virginia when she and my niece did so many things together. I can’t adequately express my sorrow in her passing at this young age. I’m sure her beautiful voice is welcome in the heavenly choir. My prayers are with her parents and brother at this time. Jeanne Gascoigne

  6. I feel so lucky to have known Elizabeth! She was and still is an inspiration. My prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Much love, Amanda Miller

  7. We could have never imagined that this beautiful 26 year old young woman could be the inspiration she has been to our family. We will continue to pray for Elizabeth and for your entire family.

  8. I am saddened to hear of Elizabeth’s passing. My fondest memories of Elizabeth bring me back to our days together at Salesian Leadership Camp in Michigan as well as our own collaboration on a talk for a past Salesian Conference. I will greatly miss her kindness and gentle spirit. I will continue to hold Elizabeth and all of you in prayer during this time.

  9. To Elizabeth’s family and other friends, I knew Elizabeth when she was a high school student and participant in Teen Leadership Camp as well as when she was the wise young guru presenting at the Salesian Conference. Always walking the walk as she talked it…now she and our Lord are continueing that walk in on a new path. Comfort and peace, Sr. Suzanne

  10. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you all. Elizabeth was such a wonderful person and has taught us all so much about faith, love and perseverance. God bless you all.

  11. Elizabeth was such a joy to know and she will be deeply missed. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. (L&L)

  12. Liz is my niece and I am embarrassed to say we had become very distance over the last years, though no fault of Liz. No distance could ever erase that girl’s infectious laugh , just like her mom’s. Liz touch more lives in her short years than I ever did in my own fifty years. to be honest it will take time and faith to understand. God bless my brother and Kathy,Tommy and Christina

  13. Kathy and family, it makes us sad to think of you missing Elizabeth in your lives. Kathy, your kindness to our parents as they were in declining health was an enormous blessing to the Bolish family. May all of the good that you have done for others come back to you and embrace you and help you in this time of sadness.

  14. I am so deeply saddened to hear of Elizabeth’s passing. I remember her vivacious laugh and infectious smile–she was truly an incredible, wonderful person. She will be deeply missed.

  15. All year I’ve thought often of Elizabeth, and even more as the year mark approaches. Since seeing you last, Mr. and Mrs. White, I’ve kept in mind what you said about Elizabeth enjoying experiences through us. Because of that, I realized she was with me when I watched the sunset at Miniwanca this summer, I thought of her with her OLGC students dressed up this past Halloween, and I’m confident she’ll be with you when your family gathers for Thanksgiving. I hope you feel her spirit and love this holiday season and always. Love, Ayn

  16. Daniele and I were just sharing memories of your family today and could not believe it had already been one year. You were such an example of devotion and love. We think of you often and hope you are well.

  17. Hello Tom, While I can’t join you for the memorial Mass tomorrow, you and your family are in my prayers. Will be with you in spirit and wearing a pink tie too. Thank you for connecting us all to your Liz. Peace and Blessings Thomas Chirayath St. John Neaumann Church, Reston VA Table of the “Rays of Love” 121st Cursillo at San Damiano White Post VA Columbus Day 2010

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