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 Charles J. White  ( - 1993)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: folk art painting-landscape

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Charles J White
from Auction House Records.
Folk art winter landscape
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:

The following information was submitted in April of 2006 by his son Henry C. White:

I'm Charles J. White's only living  biological son from his first marriage to Viola White.  They were divorced and I was told for over 30 years that my father was dead.  I accidentally found him in April 1990 while I was tracking down my birth certificate because I was thinking of retiring from the Navy.  I found my uncle Billy White in Pine Hill, N.J.  Billy White contacted my father and he called me that day.  We agreed to meet a few weeks later in Quaker Town, PA.  I told my 3 sisters ( Dottie, Lorie, Nancy) and we all drove to Quaker Town to meet him. 

I only knew him for 3 years; he passed in 1993.  He requested that I bury him at sea and I was able to fulfill his request.  I was stationed on board the USS Ashland LSD-48 during the summer of 1993, when I committed my father's ashes to the sea while the ship was crossing the Atlantic ocean on its maiden cruise to the Mediterranean.

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