of Melbourne, AR
July 27, 1947 - September 5, 2023
Daisy White, 76, of Melbourne passed away September 5, 2023.She was born July 27, 1947 in LaCrosse, Arkansas to Harvey and Nora (Haney) McCormach.Daisy was a member of First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church where she was also a children's Sunday School teacher and worked as a dietary aid at Pioneer Nursing Home. She was an energetic and happy woman who was always smiling. Daisy loved to dance, play bingo, watch movies and enjoyed going to the Senior Citizens Center.Survivors include two sons, Kenneth Broad (April) of Apple Valley, California, Edwin Broad (Bonnie) of Reading, Pennsylvania; one sister, Roberta Garrett of Melbourne, Arkansas; five grandchildren, two nieces and two nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Calvin White.Pallbearers are Kenneth Broad, Paul Rush and Robert Stuart.Funeral services will be held Thursday, September 7, 2023 at 11:00am at the First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church with Michael Hill officiating. Burial will follow at Reeves Cemetery.Visitation will be just one hour prior to the service.Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 6704, Hagerstown, MD 21741.
I was saddened to see Daisyâ€™s obituary. She and sister Roberta were frequent visitors at my motherâ€™s home -Remonia Haney Dale, their first cousin- where lots of LOUD laughing and tales occurred. The last time I saw Daisy was at momâ€™s graveside funeral when covid was raging. Even though no one was supposed to be at the cemetery, there sat Daisy smiling when I arrived. She had walked from her home to the Melbourne Cemetery saying she knew she wasnâ€™t supposed to be there because of covid, but she HAD to come. I will never forget her sweet gesture to honor mommaâ€¦.she was a precious lady!
I was so sorry to hear of Daisy's passing. She was a sweet, joyful lady.
R.I.P.DaisyDance all you want on the streets of goldPaula Roddy Sue Campbell
So sorry for your loss. Daisy was one special person. Always greeted you with a smile and never seemed to be feeling down. Always very upbeat. Many prayers for comfort and strength during this time.
So sorry to hear about Daisy's death. Saying a prayer for the family. God Bless You.
Daisy was a special lady. She was always smiling. She will be missed by all. Sammie Balentine
In our thoughts & prayers
Iâ€™ve known Daisy for many years. She was such a Joy. Always wore a smile. I will miss seeing her around Melbourne. Prayers for her family during this time. ðŸ™
Daisy was so special to everyone. She alway had a smile and kind word. She will be missed. â¤ï¸
So sorry for your loss. Daisy was a special lady always had a smile for everyone and she will be missed by all her family and friends. Kathryn Ogilvie