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Luinda White

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Luinda White, age 82, of Buckeye, Arizona, passed away on May 1, 2020 of natural causes. She was born March 11, 1938 in Tooele, Utah to Dennis Henry and Donna Mae (Jones) Anderson.

Luinda was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, currently a member of Buckeye Sundance 2nd Ward. She has held many church leadership positions. Service was her passion, always attending to the needs of others in both her family and community. Luinda was the Arizona representative for the National American Flag Foundation. She locally raised funds to erect the Heroes Flag Plaza in Indian School Park. She was presented the Silver Beaver Award for her years of service with the Boy Scouts of America. She received her Associate Degree with honors from Glendale Community College. She taught kindergarten and first grade at Westland Charter School in West Phoenix.

Luinda is survived by her husband Marvin White; daughters Stacy (Chuck) Church, Lori Tuma, Tanya White, Moira (Patrick) Hamilton; Autumn White; son David (Cindy) White; sisters Christine (Gary) Randall, Pam Anderson; brothers Ron (Connie) Campbell, Brent Anderson, Carl Anderson; sister-in-laws Sharron Campbell, Mary Ann Williams, Mary Etta Champion, Diane Huett, Margie Spruell; 25 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents Dennis Henry and Donna Mae (Jones) Anderson, Lucille (Fife) and Charles Reed Campbell, brothers, two infant brothers and Dennis H. Anderson; and grandson Michael Reed McCann.

A visitation will be held at 7:00 pm, Wed. May 6th at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, AZ.

3 Comments on “Luinda White

  1. I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult times. It is an honor to serve your family.

  2. To the family of Luinda White, I am so sorry for your loss! I loved Luinda so much! When we were living in Phoenix, we took quite a few college classes together and I enjoyed every minute of my association with her in college, in church and as my dear friend. We might have even watched a couple of Phoenix Suns games too, or talked about them alot. When I vacationed in Phoenix in 1998, she helped me during a difficult time in my life, with the loss of a stillborn granddaughter. She always had the best advice, the best smile, and always the reassurance she was there for me. My dear sweet friend, in the last 25 years since we left Phoenix, I have missed our times so much! I am glad she isn’t suffering any longer. I wish we were closer to help you out in any way we could. My prayers are for comfort for all of the White family, remember and cherish your time with Luinda.

    • Thanks Joy. I kow how much you loved Luinda. She talked often about the nice times you had together. Thanks for the kind words and condolences. We are hurting also but also relieved that she isn’t suffering any longer. Marvin, Tanya, David, Autumn, Moira and all the rest of the family.

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