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Thelma Juanita White

d. November 24, 2017

Sister Thelma Juanita White, daughter of the late George and Eula Bellamy, Sr., was born September 6, 1927, in Kokomo, Indiana.  She attended Kokomo Area Schools including Douglas and Kokomo High School. Juanita began working at General Motors and later worked at LaMode and retired from Roger Briney’s Jewelry Store. Juanita was a Sunday School teacher, Superintendent of Sunday School, Junior Church, Vacation Bible School, Prayer Band, Bible Study, Evangelism Team, Junior Women Missionary, Ruth Circle Senior Missionary Circle, Widow to Widow Ministry, Chairman of Pastoral Selection Committee, Foreign Mission in Haiti, Northeastern District Missionary Society, Indiana State Missionary Baptist Missionary Society.  Outside of church, Juanita lead Bible study in her home. In the afternoon of November 24, 2017, Juanita was called home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Clarence White and brothers: Frank (Inez) Bellamy, Fred Bellamy, Theopolis Bellamy, George (Deloris) Bellamy, II, Melvin Bellamy, and sisters: Ollie B. Grady, Eva Ruth Wilson, Millie E. Bellamy, Betty Lou, Mozella & Mary Bellamy and niece Bridgett Wilson.  Juanita leaves with cherished memories, her daughter, Yolanda (Keith) Hayes, Grand Children: Keha Mason, Courtney (Calvin) Greenway, Heather Hayes & Kristin Hayes. 20 Great Grand Children. Brother n Law; Arthur Wilson and Sister n Laws; Carolyn & Ran Bellamy.  Special nieces Margaret Barnett, Jackie Cole, Cynthia Johnson and Sandra Smith. A host of nieces, nephews and cousins and friends.  Arrangements pending with Bluitt and Son Funeral Home. www.bluittandson.com
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