Marlaine Mae White
|Posted 2018-03-21 by Judy Wight Branson|
|The Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona|
Friday, March 16, 2018, page 11a
Marlaine White, born in New Ulm, Minnesota, to Leonard and Esther
Harmening in February 1936, went to meet her Savior and join her
parents and daughter, Melonie, on March 13, 2018.
Marlaine is survived by Bill, her husband of nearly 60 years, their
sons and families: Walt of Costa Mesa, California; Jason of
Mamaroneck, New York; Melonie’s son, Brandt of Phoenix; her brother,
David of Windom, Minnesota; her sisters, Karen of Glenwood Springs,
Colorado, and Shirley of Scottsdale; and many other relatives in
Marlaine was employed at the Salt River Project in Tempe for many
years and served as executive secretary of Law and Planning, and
later, of Land Management. Marlaine enjoyed tennis and golfing.
After retirement, she and Bill spent three months golfing in New
Zealand, where they played 35 rounds on the same course. In 1994,
they moved to Minnesota to be with Marlaine’s parents and many of
her friends and relatives, but returned to Phoenix each winter to
golf and see friends. In 2003, they returned to Arizona to better
accommodate Brandt’s schooling, and have since resided at the
Country Club in Dewey.
Marlaine elected to be cremated. Funeral services will be held at
All Saints Anglican Church in Prescott sometime in April, Fr. Dunn
Information provided by survivors.
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