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Bruce H. White

Bruce H. White, 75, a Carson City resident for the past two years, died Feb. 9, 2001, at Carson Healthcare. He was born June 6, 1926, in Mossyrock, Wash., to Bruce E. and Grace F. Brainerd White.

Before moving to Carson City, he lived in Portland, Ore., for 19 years and intermittently in Hawaii from 1936-80.



Mr. White was a tax preparer for H&R Block for 25 years in Hawaii and Oregon. He also worked in sales for Matson Cruise Lines and P & O Cruise Lines in Hawaii. He was a volunteer at the Railroad Museum and he enjoyed the opera, symphony and swing music.

He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War.




Among his survivors are his daughters Linda Whitesides of Carson City and Barbara Spears of Missoula, Mont.; grandsons Eli Spears of Aspen, Colo., and Jeremy Parker of Atlanta, Ga., and longtime friend Paula Brown of Carson City.

No service will be held.

Inurnment will be at the Willamette National Cemetery in Willamette, Ore.

Cremation will be at FitzHenry’s Crematory.

FitzHenry’s Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements.


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