We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home
Sean Toure Anthony White
April 15, 1972 – September 4, 2022
Sean Toure Anthony White, 50, of Houston, Texas formerly of Stamps and Magnolia, Arkansas passed away on the evening of September 4, 2022 in a Houston Texas hospital. He was born April 15, 1972, in Lewisville, Arkansas to the parents of Frank and Georgia White.
Sean gave his life to Christ at an early age while attending Greenville Baptist Church in Stamps, Arkansas. A short while after, he was baptized at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Magnolia, Arkansas.
Sean graduated from Magnolia High School in 1990 where he played basketball. After graduation, he joined the United States Navy where he was able to serve his country and develop many life-long friendships.
Sean had a passion for driving trucks. He had been driving trucks for almost 20 years, and was employed with Grocers Supply at his time of death. He enjoyed this type of work because it provided him with the opportunity to have time throughout each day to remain in touch with close friends and family. As many of you know, he would often call to check in on others while he was out on the road. He felt that it was important for him to remain in contact with all of those who had a special place in his heart whether they were family or friends.
Shortly after separating from the military, he moved to Houston, TX where he met his future wife. He was united in holy matrimony to Jennifer Randle in 2012, but they were together for more than 26 years. He took pride in working hard and taking care of his family which included his stepdaughters: Dee’Von Randle, Ashley Randle, Breeyanna Wormley, and Brittney Randle.
Loving and fond memories of Sean will be forever cherished by his family: wife, Jennifer Randle - Houston, TX; parents, Frank White (Tonitte) of Stamps, AR and Georgia Boone (Jewel) of Magnolia, AR; his sister, Jennifer Cooper (Derrick) of Jacksonville, NC; his brother, Julius White (Brittney) of DeSoto, TX; a niece and nephew who were very dear to his heart, Jayuna Cooper and Derrick Cooper, Jr. of Jacksonville, NC; grandmother, Della Adams of Lewisville, AR; aunts, Gwen Adams of Texarkana, AR, Mary Goode and Jessie Hill of Magnolia, AR, Mary Gilmore of Springhill, LA; uncles, Greg Adams of Kalamazoo, MI, Kenny Adams of Lewisville, AR and a special uncle who was like a father away from home for him while living in Texas, Michael Adams of Houston, TX; a host of step siblings, loving cousins, and close friends.
Funeral service will be held at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Chapel, 415 East First Street, Stamps, Arkansas, Saturday September 17, 2022, at 2:00 P.M. under the direction of the Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Staff. Pastor B.J. Harris will serve as Officiant and Eulogist. A walk-through visitation will be held at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Chapel, 415 East First Street, Stamps, Arkansas, Friday September 16, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Funeral Service will be viewable on the Hamilton-Davis Facebook page and the Hamilton-Davis website at https://www.hamiltondavisfuneralhome.com
Because of CDC guidelines from COVID and the rise of cases, all who intend to attend will be required to wear a mask and adhere to current social distancing guidelines.
MASK ARE REQUIRED DURING THE FUNERAL SERVICE AND THE VISITATION. YOUR CONSIDERATION AND COOPERATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED