Jonathan A. White

1966 ∼ 2019

Jonathan A. WhiteView video

Jonathan A. White of East Bridgewater died May 27, 2019 in the Brockton Hospital at the age of 52. Jonathan was born in Auburn and was raised and educated in Westford and was a graduate of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Jonathan was a dedicated member of his church and community.  He volunteered his time to the Boy Scouts of America and his church, Calvary Chapel in Rockland.  An avid fisherman, he enjoyed sharing that passion with his children.   

Husband of Shelbi L. (Nickerson) White of East Bridgewater.  Father of Alexandra Carvario of Fall River, Daniel Malloy of Plymouth, Aidan White, Zachary White and Jillian White all of East Bridgewater.  Son of Christine and Robert White of Forestdale. Brother of Marian Szymanski of Franklin, Cynthia White of CO and the late Stephen White.

A Funeral Service will be held in the East Bridgewater Prophett-Chapman Cole& Gleason Funeral Home 35 Spring Street East Bridgewater Saturday June 1st at  10:00 am. 

Visiting hours Friday, May 31st from 4-7pm.

Burial in Central Cemetery, East Bridgewater.
 

Visitation

Friday, May 31, 2019
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Prophett-Chapman, Cole & Gleason-East Bridgewater
Address & Directions

Funeral

Saturday, June 1, 2019 | 10:00 AM

Prophett-Chapman, Cole, and Gleason Funeral Home-East Bridgewater
Address & Directions

Burial/Interment

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Central Cemetery - East Bridgewater
Address & Directions

Order Flowers

Learn more about Pre-planning

Jonathan A. White

1966 ∼ 2019

Do you need help in writing your guestbook entry?

Try writing about one of these topics:

  • What characteristic did you love most about the person
  • What was your relationship with him/her
  • Do you have a tasteful story about him/her that exemplifies the qualities of the person
  • What one word would you use to describe the person
  • When was the first time you met him/her
  • Did you share in a special event with him/her

Did you know, this guestbook entry will be printed and given to the family as a cherished keepsake. Your words will be held closely by the family and their gratitude for the time spent writing will be boundless.