|Also Known As:||"(USA) WWII", "Whizzer"|
|Birthplace:||Strong, Union County, Arkansas, United States|
|Death:||Died in Huttig, Union County, Arkansas, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Sweet Home Cemetary, Union Co., AR, USA|
Son of John Cleveland White and Victoria White
|Managed by:||Marsha Gail Veazey|
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About Corbit White
Birth: Oct. 30, 1917 Strong Union County Arkansas, USA Death: Sep. 11, 2010 Huttig Union County Arkansas, USA
Corbit White, 92, of Huttig, Ar., died on Saturday, September 11, 2010 at his home following a lengthy illness.
Born October 30, 1917 in Strong, Ar., near his place of death, he was the son of John and Victoria Hendrix White. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a masters in Animal Science. He served in the Army for four years, volunteered for overseas service, and went to the South Pacific. He was among the first soldiers into Japan after the surrender,
Corbit married Ettie "Betty" Sammons on April 21, 1946 at his parents home in Strong.
He began his career as a county agent, living in Helena, Conway, Mt. View, and Fayetteville with the University of Arkansas. He then accepted a position as head of and instructor in the Agriculture Department at Monticello A&M.
After four years the family returned to Strong, where Corbit was agriculture teacher with the Strong School District. He then became the Strong postmaster, serving until his retirement in 1980. He was a charter member of the Strong Kiwanis Club, and served on the board of South Arkansas Community College for several years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, John Lee, Vernon, and E. L., a sister, Gurtha Little, and a son, Dr. Corbit Louis White.
Survivors were his wife, Ettie "Betty" White, daughter Sharon White, and a beloved granddaughter, Meredith Atwell, sisters Sarah Vestal and Mae Maroney, brother Billy Ray, along with several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were at 2PM on Tuesday, September 14, 2010, at the Jack Mayfield Memorial United Methodist Church in Huttig, with Rev. Robert Ballard and Rev. Donald Ray Smith officiating. Interment at Sweet Home Cemetery near Strong. Pallbearers were Trent Dugal, Tad Dugal, Henry Epps, Lynn Chaffin, John White, and Shade Humphries
Parents: John Cleveland White (1889 - 1962) Victoria Hendrix White (1890 - 1974) Spouse: Ettie Sammons White (1927 - ____)* Children: Corbit Louis White (1949 - 1984)* Siblings: Girtha White Little (1912 - 1985)* John Lee White (1915 - 1962)* Corbit White (1917 - 2010) Sarah Lerah White Vestal (1920 - 2014)* Ida Mae White Humphries Maroney (1922 - 2012)* Ellis L White (1928 - 1934)* Lyle Vernon White (1932 - 2005)*
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Burial: Sweet Home Cemetery Strong Union County Arkansas, USA
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