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Larry Andrew White

April 8, 1964 – March 5, 2021


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Larry Andrew White, 56, born April 8, 1964, passed away in Gilbert, Arizona on March 5, 2021.  Larry was born in Mesa, Arizona to Larry and Pat White, and has lived in Arizona for most of his life.

Larry graduated from Mountain View High School in Mesa in 1982. He attended Arizona State University and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the W.P. Carey School of Business.  Larry was a very loyal and devoted ASU fan, and loved attending ASU sporting events.  Larry worked in business and project planning for both ON Semiconductor, and most recently at Intel Corporation in Chandler, Arizona for many years.

Larry had many interests and was very passionate about sports, music and concerts, travel, and history.  His favorite professional teams are Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals, and Coyotes hockey.  He loved music and was a huge fan of U2 and many other artists.  He fulfilled a dream to travel outside of the United States in 2019 with a two-week trip, with his wife, to Italy.  He was an amazing travel planner, and enjoyed visiting many locations throughout the U.S.

Larry loved his family and friends.  He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Diane White.  He has two wonderful children, Jacob (23) and Elizabeth (21), who he was very proud of.  He has one adorable grandchild, Micah Villegas (3).  He is also survived by his loving parents, Larry and Pat White of Mesa, and his two sisters, Wendy (husband, Rich) and Kim (husband, Kyle, niece, Emma).  Larry was preceded by his baby brother Brad, who also left his family way too soon. Larry has many other close relatives; brothers-in-law, a sister-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, and countless other family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery in Mesa on March 12th at 11 A.M.  Our family would like to thank all the wonderful people who have supported us through this difficult time.

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8 responses to “Larry Andrew White”

  1. Olger Garro says:

    Rest in peace my friend. My condolences to Larry’s family.

  2. Nadine Hill says:

    I worked with Larry for many years at Intel. He and i would always be the first ones in the office. We both loved sports and U2 and spoke of both often. I would always hear him coming down the hall in the morning and would say “Good morning Larry” in a very high pitched voice. One day he asked me why i used this voice to say good morning and i just laughed. The next morning i heard him coming down the hall. Before I could say anything i heard in a very high pitched Larry voice “Good morning Nadine”. It was hilarious. I used to call Larry a younger version of my father. My dad also loved sports and like Larry, after one loss thought the season was lost!! He was a great co-worker and will be missed by many.

  3. Paulette & Ron Day and Family says:

    Was Shocked and Saddened to hear of Larry’s Passing…We have been neighbors living across the street from each other at the beginning of our development in Gilbert with our houses being built in 1997.. Would see him exercising in his Garage often.. Beautiful Family. He had so much to Live for…May he now Rest in Peace and may his Family be comforted with Memories of Him..

  4. Melinda Layton says:

    Dear Diane;
    I am so sad to hear that you lost your precious companion. I am praying that all your sweet memories will give you comfort and peace and you will feel his love for you as he watches over you. Much love and condolences, Melinda Layton

  5. Ernesto says:

    I got to know Larry in the MBA program at ASU. He was a smart man that you wanted on your team. He spoke openly about his wife and kids and how he adored them. Terribly sorry to hear of his untimely passing.

  6. Vanessa McIntyre says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Larry on projects for many years at Intel. I will always remember him for his fun outlook and perspective which made it all so much more enjoyable. We will truly miss him. Sending prayers to Larry’s family.

  7. Kimberly Tahini says:

    I did not know Larry but he is part of the Intel family so I’d like to extend my condolences with hope that his memory sustains you with peace and joy.

  8. George Dorman says:

    I first met Larry back at Motorola in the mid-nineties. His desk was near mine and I always remember he had KTAR 620 (on very low), listening to sports talk radio all day! He bled maroon and gold for his beloved Sun Devils, but in typical Larry fashion he could be cursing them out one minute and then excitedly talking about the next game he would be attending to root them on. About that time, we started a fantasy football league in which he always seemed to have the worst luck, but in 2018 his team did the unthinkable and actually won the league!

    Miss you Larry.

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Larry Andrew White

April 8, 1964 – March 5, 2021


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Larry Andrew White, 56, born April 8, 1964, passed away in Gilbert, Arizona on March 5, 2021.  Larry was born in Mesa, Arizona to Larry and Pat White, and has lived in Arizona for most of his life.

Larry graduated from Mountain View High School in Mesa in 1982. He attended Arizona State University and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the W.P. Carey School of Business.  Larry was a very loyal and devoted ASU fan, and loved attending ASU sporting events.  Larry worked in business and project planning for both ON Semiconductor, and most recently at Intel Corporation in Chandler, Arizona for many years.

Larry had many interests and was very passionate about sports, music and concerts, travel, and history.  His favorite professional teams are Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals, and Coyotes hockey.  He loved music and was a huge fan of U2 and many other artists.  He fulfilled a dream to travel outside of the United States in 2019 with a two-week trip, with his wife, to Italy.  He was an amazing travel planner, and enjoyed visiting many locations throughout the U.S.

Larry loved his family and friends.  He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Diane White.  He has two wonderful children, Jacob (23) and Elizabeth (21), who he was very proud of.  He has one adorable grandchild, Micah Villegas (3).  He is also survived by his loving parents, Larry and Pat White of Mesa, and his two sisters, Wendy (husband, Rich) and Kim (husband, Kyle, niece, Emma).  Larry was preceded by his baby brother Brad, who also left his family way too soon. Larry has many other close relatives; brothers-in-law, a sister-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, and countless other family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery in Mesa on March 12th at 11 A.M.  Our family would like to thank all the wonderful people who have supported us through this difficult time.

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8 responses to “Larry Andrew White”

  1. Olger Garro says:

    Rest in peace my friend. My condolences to Larry’s family.

  2. Nadine Hill says:

    I worked with Larry for many years at Intel. He and i would always be the first ones in the office. We both loved sports and U2 and spoke of both often. I would always hear him coming down the hall in the morning and would say “Good morning Larry” in a very high pitched voice. One day he asked me why i used this voice to say good morning and i just laughed. The next morning i heard him coming down the hall. Before I could say anything i heard in a very high pitched Larry voice “Good morning Nadine”. It was hilarious. I used to call Larry a younger version of my father. My dad also loved sports and like Larry, after one loss thought the season was lost!! He was a great co-worker and will be missed by many.

  3. Paulette & Ron Day and Family says:

    Was Shocked and Saddened to hear of Larry’s Passing…We have been neighbors living across the street from each other at the beginning of our development in Gilbert with our houses being built in 1997.. Would see him exercising in his Garage often.. Beautiful Family. He had so much to Live for…May he now Rest in Peace and may his Family be comforted with Memories of Him..

  4. Melinda Layton says:

    Dear Diane;
    I am so sad to hear that you lost your precious companion. I am praying that all your sweet memories will give you comfort and peace and you will feel his love for you as he watches over you. Much love and condolences, Melinda Layton

  5. Ernesto says:

    I got to know Larry in the MBA program at ASU. He was a smart man that you wanted on your team. He spoke openly about his wife and kids and how he adored them. Terribly sorry to hear of his untimely passing.

  6. Vanessa McIntyre says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Larry on projects for many years at Intel. I will always remember him for his fun outlook and perspective which made it all so much more enjoyable. We will truly miss him. Sending prayers to Larry’s family.

  7. Kimberly Tahini says:

    I did not know Larry but he is part of the Intel family so I’d like to extend my condolences with hope that his memory sustains you with peace and joy.

  8. George Dorman says:

    I first met Larry back at Motorola in the mid-nineties. His desk was near mine and I always remember he had KTAR 620 (on very low), listening to sports talk radio all day! He bled maroon and gold for his beloved Sun Devils, but in typical Larry fashion he could be cursing them out one minute and then excitedly talking about the next game he would be attending to root them on. About that time, we started a fantasy football league in which he always seemed to have the worst luck, but in 2018 his team did the unthinkable and actually won the league!

    Miss you Larry.

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