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Kimberly White

Kimberly H. White

Thursday, January 10th, 1952 - Monday, November 23rd, 2020
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Kimberly H. White of Doylestown passed away on Monday November 23, 2020 at the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience in Philadelphia. Kim was 68 years old.

Kim was the wife of James S. White. Together the couple shared 47 years of marriage. They met each other at Lynchburg College in Virginia, where Kim graduated in 1974.

Born in Lakewood Ohio, Kim was the daughter of the late Weldon Hulligan and Marcia (nee Crum) Pfaff.

Kim constantly thought of helping others and spent much time over the years volunteering at Habitat for Humanity and the SPCA. She was also a teacher's aide and librarian volunteer. There wasn't a holiday Kim didn't decorate for or a birthday of a friend that she missed the chance to send a card to. She had so much positive energy she made friends wherever she went and will be deeply missed by so many.

In addition to her husband, Kim is survived by her daughters Kate White Vanek (James) and Kristen White. She was the grandmother of Olivia and Jack Vanek. Kim is also survived by her sister Susan Williams and her brother Jeff Hulligan and many sisters and brothers-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews.
Quaker Memorial Services for Kim will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers or memorial contributions the family asks that you keep Kim's legacy alive and pay it forward by sending a hand-written note to someone you love.
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Zeckendorf Towers Board of Managers

Posted at 04:48pm
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Sending our thoughts of peace and courage during this difficult time.

5 trees were planted in the memory of Kimberly White

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Toni Degidio, Tomas Crespo and Mimi Lepore

Posted at 10:19am
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

3 trees were planted in the memory of Kimberly White

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Tony DiBiasio

Posted at 01:21pm
To Jim, Kate and Kristen, and your families,
It is with deep sadness I share my condolences with you about Kim's passing in late November. I just recently found out from a high school friend. The picture of Kim in the memorial is, not surprisingly, very much like the Kim I knew over 50 years ago during our high school years. Her pacific spirit, positivity, and genuine kindness to everyone she met were traits that clearly grew over time. Jim, you and your daughters are blessed with many wonderful memories to carry you through the days, months, and years ahead. As the Ancient Roman philosopher, Cicero said over 2 millennia ago; "the life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." Within the precious memories you have of Kim, her life and legacy will live on in your hearts and minds each day. As well as in all that you do in service to others in Kim's honor. Peace, Grace, and Blessings continue to be with you and yours.

Tony DiBiasio
Westlake, Ohio

john majeska

Posted at 04:06pm
When we think of Kim we think of the humorous talks we have always had. She was always interested in what we were currently doing. She was kind and sincere. We will miss our friend Kim.
John and Amelia Majeska

Maryann Porter

Posted at 04:15pm
Joe and I send our deepest condolences to Jim, Kate and Kristin. I remember
Kim as a kind and caring person. We hope sweet memories of Kim will
sustain all of you...during this difficult time. You and and your family are in our
thoughts and prayers.
Joe and Maryann Porter

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