John N. White
John N. White 60, of Cranston passed away on September 9, 2019. He was born in Huntsville, Alabama and moved to Rhode Island.
He leaves behind his mother Barbara Colby and father John White. In addition he also leaves behind his sister Debra
(White)Dyer and her daughter Amber Dyer along with sister Loraine White and her daughters Eva Kis, Elissa Kis, and Annabel Rosario.
John was a strong presence in the Rhode Island local music and art community as well as an advocate for Autism awareness. He was well know for his support of others in numerous ways. "A is for Awesome" was his creation and one of his biggest passions was raising funds for The Autism Project.
He will be remembered as a gentle caring man who enjoyed playing pool, local music, talking with friends and devoting his life to others.
His family would like to celebrate his life by keeping his dreams and passions alive. To do this, all are invite to attend A is for Awesome on October 6, 2019 beginning at 3:00pm and continuing until 10:00pm at the Pub on Park 665 Park Avenue Cranston. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Autism Project of Rhode Island and RHD-RI.
Barbara Colby - 09/13/2019
I love you John, you won't hurt any more. Rest in peace until i see you again.
Vickie & Bill Cummings - 09/13/2019
Deb & Amber, We are sorry to learn about the passing of your brother & uncle. It is our hope that your happy memories of him bring you peace & comfort during this difficult time. In deepest sympathy, Vickie & Bill XO
Heidi Fee - 09/14/2019
Barbara, Deb, Loraine...I'm so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you all. With much love, Heidi
Keith A Harvey - 09/14/2019
Rest In Peace my friend.
Will miss you but its good that you are beyond the pain
Colette and Tony Recupero - 09/16/2019
Our deepest condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Debbie - 09/19/2019
Mom and Amber I am sorry for your loss. I love you both very much. 💙
Barbara Colby - 09/23/2019
Miss you so much John LOVE YOU
Chris - 10/07/2019
John was the reason I loved working at Rocky Point throughout the 70’s... he was funny, sarcastic, creative and made me listen to DEVO! That’s how I’ll remember him forever.