Steven Lee (Beak) White
July 17, 1955 - May 27, 2012
Donations for Beak's final expenses are still being accepted
Steven Lee "Beak" White, 56, of Logansport,was called upon by the Lord, Sunday, May 27, 2012 at exactly 11:52 p.m. in Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne.
Mankind was graced by his presence on July 17, 1955 in Chicago, IL. He was the son of Paul and Joan Gumz White. His father survives in Florida.
A graduate of Pioneer High School, Steve was retired from Small Parts where he worked as a set-up man in the tool & die division.
Steve was a dedicated father, an irreplaceable friend and proud owner of the MAV.
He was a phenomenal drummer. Steve's deep passion for music took him many miles on his Harley-Davidson, including thirty or more trips to Summer
Fest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He loved to watch the sunrise there at Cliffside Park, overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan
A steadfast student of the Word, Steve was a member of Calvary Presbyterian Church. Steve walked with the inner-peace and authenticity, which enabled him to touch countless lives, making life-long impressions.
Also surviving are two sons, Andy (Lucinda) White, of Benton, Illinois, and Corey (Bridget) Willyerd, of Rochester; Sister, Sandy Lipp, of Florida; three grandchildren,Thomas Grant Khodr, Brooklyn Willyerd, and Bailey White; and his "grand dog" Sadie.
He was preceded in death by his loving mother.
Come celebrate his soul with us at 5:00 p.m. Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. in Fisher Funeral Chapel. Rev. Jessica Wietzke will officiate at the services.
Family and friends will gather from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, in the funeral chapel, prior to the services.
Burial, at a later date, will follow in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Logansport.
Memorial contributions may be made to Fisher Funeral Chapel. Several fund raisers have been held claiming to raise funds for his final expenses or his church, which has not been the case. Please make any checks directly to the funeral chapel or the Salvation Army.
Steve's farewell whenever he left the room or ended a phone call was never "good-bye" and it is fitting that his obituary ends with his familiar, "Praise the Lord!"
Visitation: Map to funeral home