Charri White

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Charri White

June 20, 1963 - September 26, 2018

Charri White God has received the most amazing angel that we have ever known. Charri White was an amazing lady that always showed kindness and was loved by so many. She meant the world to her family and friends! She was known for her selflessness, integrity, big heart ... and her jovial silly self! She was the quick witted, fun loving best friend that could make us all laugh and at the same time, make us a better person.
She was born in Okmulgee, Okla. on June 20, 1963 to George Jay and Quenetta Sue (Williamson) White. Charri was a certified public accountant with multiple degrees including a Master's in Business Administration as well as a legal assistant certification from the University of Oklahoma (Even though she was an avid Oklahoma State Cowboys fan).
Charri passed in her home with lots of love and hugs from family and friends on Sept. 26, 2018.
Charri is survived by the love of her life, Pat Farmer; her mom, Quenetta; and her siblings Debbie (Chris), Annette (Jeff) and Scott; and of course, everyone that knew her has heard about her favorite niece, Allyson; along with many friends and family.
She was preceded in death by her father, George, and sister, Susan.
Charri was a runner and has run a lot! She had a great group of best friends to run with. She was a marathoner ... yes 26.2 miles for fun, running almost 20 full marathons, many half marathons and fun runs. She had a passion for adventure and traveling. She absolutely loved the lake, waterskiing and the best part of the day was sunset on the lake.
She is enjoying time with her daddy, sister and grandparents now and will always be looking over us and a big part of our heart! Our beloved Sissy will live on in our hearts forever!
Services will be 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018 at the Crawford Funeral Home, 610 NW 178th Street, Edmond, OK 73012 with private burial at Blackwell Cemetery in Blackwell, OK.
Published on September 28, 2018
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