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Jennifer White
In Memory of

Jennifer Rhoads White

1975 - 2019

Obituary of Jennifer Rhoads White

Jennifer Rhoads White. Jennifer was born in Taiwan on February 24, 1975 where she was adopted by Edward and Suzanne Rhoads.  Jen was raised in Austin, Texas where she graduated from McCallum High School in 1993.  She then attended The University of Tulsa for a B.S. in Accounting. Jen loved music, was an accomplished pianist, and loved to dance.  She was generous of heart and giving in spirit.  Jen will be warmly remembered by those whose lives she touched. She fought her illness heroically and although nothing can assuage our grief, the family is thankful for the doctors and nurses who took such great care of her and for the friends and family who gave emotional and spiritual support to Jen – she enjoyed and valued every visit and thought and prayer. Jennifer Rhoads White passed with peace and grace on Thursday, January 3, 2019 in the arms of her loving husband and with family by her side.  

Jen worked as a Senior Business/Financial Analyst for many years at Vixxo. She recently began volunteering on committees at The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. She was an advocate for couples struggling with infertility, always happy to share her story and meet with couples at any stage during their journey.

Jen is survived by her beloved husband, Trevor; mother, Suzanne Rhoads; father, Edward Rhoads and his wife, Patricia Stranahan.  Trevor’s father, Ken; his mother Suzanne Burkard and her husband Dion.  Jen is also survived by her aunts, “Aiee” and “Birdie”, her uncle, “Big John”; her cousins, Larry and Michael, Susan, Karen and Colleen.  Jen was an only child.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be given to The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges (you can donate in her honor/memory), or the charity of your choice.   A celebration of life will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 12, at Ninde Funeral Home at 3841 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

She leaves us rich in memories.