Randolph White, Sr. was born to his parents, Jefferson David and Sally Vera White on October 1, 1935 in Ozen, Arkansas. He was the first child born to this union and was raised with his sisters, Lenora, Dorothy, Wanda, Synola and Mary Frances.
He was educated in Arkansas where he attended and graduated from Clow High School in 1953.
Randolph moved to Denver, Colorado after graduating, where he met a lovely young lady named Bettie M. Rhodes. The couple were joined in holy matrimony on October 3, 1959. To this union, Randolph White, Jr., was born.
By profession, Randolph gained employment through the City and County of Denver, where he worked his way up to becoming Supervisor. He would remain in this position until his retirement.
His influence went far beyond the boundaries of his occupation; Randolph was a man of faith who served purposefully at Anchor of Hope Church. Here, he served as a Deacon and Treasurer for many years. He was a member of the church for 34 years. He knew that his help came from the Lord and wanted to dedicate as much as he possibly could, to his ministry.
In his free time, Randolph enjoyed watching sports and hanging out with his family. He embraced life and showed appreciation for those he was blessed to have known. He will truly be missed.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Bettie White.
Randolph passed away on March 12, 2023. Those left to cherish his memory include his children, Barry White Larry White, Babbie Tolerson, and Randolph White, Jr.; brothers, JD White, Charles White, Willy White; grandchildren, Kevin, Donnell, Aaron, Reggie, Amon, Ladell, James, Luis, Pamela, Amber, Ivon, LaToya, and Tiffany; eleven great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.