Darline Robertson- White Monday, March 19, 1945 - Thursday, July 20, 2017
DarlIne Robertson-White was born on March 19,1945 in Gutherie, Oklahoma to Jr. Robertson and Christina Mack-Robertson. She was she was one of the two children born to this union. Her brother Elbert Robertson and both parents , her husband Perdexter White, (son) Cornell White and granddaughter LaRaya Wilson all preceded her in death. She married Perdexter White in 1963. To that union six children were born, two sons and four daughters. She was a homemaker, caregiver and one of the founders, member and Sunday school teacher at Good News Church of Deliverance in Kansas City, Ks. She loved going to church and giving God her praise for all the miracles that she had seen Him do in her life and in the lives of others. Her strong belief and faith in God led her to tell her testimony all over the world through letters, praying that it will encourage and give hope to those who were suffering. No matter what the situation was, she would always say there is Power in the name of Jesus and her life was living proof of that. She survived a major stroke in 1997,she survived a drive-by-shooting in 2009 and in spite of all that, she continued to give God her praise.Before she departed this life on July 20,2017 her last words were "there is Power in the name of Jesus and to God be the Glory Amen" She leaves to mourn, cherish and remember her inspirations, one son, Curtis E. White of St. Joseph, Mo.; four daughters, Valinda F. White, Sheverta McDonald of Kansas City, Ks., Shana Handy of Kansas City, Mo., Carla Doran of Lenexa, Ks. One brother, Raymond G. Dorkis, five sisters, Marion Dorkis-White, cassie(Nina) Darkis, Marteen Darkis-Tolbert, Marcella (Tessie) Darkis and Loretha Darkis, all of Kansas City, Mo. Eight Sisters-in Law, Betty White, Rose Mary Washington, Kathryn West, Joyce White, Marion White, Gloria Lovett, Lurlie Robertson and Margaret”Sweetie Pie” White. Four Brother-in-laws, Clarence White, Willie Carter, Irvin Carter and Esaw Washington. Three son-in-laws, John Doran, Maurice Handy and James McDonald, 36 grandchildren and over 50 great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. We give reverence to the dead through our service to the living.