Freddie Lee White was born on July 258th 1938 in Marshall, TX. to Booker T. and Ethel White.
Freddie along with his mother and siblings moved to Chandler, Arizona in 1960. Freddie was honorably discharged from the United States Army in 1957. Freddie was known by family and friends as D-Bo. He was loved by everyone in the Chandler community and was known for having an open door to anyone in the Chandler Village (LULACS) community where he resided for 30+ years. Bo loved his cigarettes, he was the Cigarette King and wouldn't go anywhere without them. He definitely could throw down on some soul food but also loved his cookies and peanut butter sandwiches. He was the life of the party! Bo would always say "What money don't buy you don't need".
Freddie was proceeded in death by his parents Ethel and Booker T. White Sr. as well as four of his siblings, Russell, James, Roy and Ethel Mae.
Freddie's memories will be cherished by his daughter Vicki Jones (Darrell), Granddaughters Destiny Williams and Couvosce'a White and Great Grandkids; Khaniah, Kaveon, Amarion, Jenuwine, Ken'Darius and King.
He is survived by his 3 brothers, Booker T. White Jr. (Ozell), Charles White, Larry White Sr. (Bernice), 3 sisters, Levi Keelon, Delois Larry, Linda Zamora and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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