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Justin White's Obituary

Justin L. White, 17, of Masaryktown, died Saturday, May 31, as a result of an auto accident. Survivors include his mother, Susan J. White of Masaryktown; a brother, Richard Furr of Brooksville; and four sisters, Valerie Harper and Angel Cappuccio, both of Spring Hill, Nichole Dubuisson of Defuniak Springs and Aimee Diestro of Georgia.

Added by Nichole on January 7, 2009 at 3:21pm — No Comments

HERNANDO TODAY Article on my Little Brother, done with siblings

Teen Remembered As Masaryktown Cowboy


Hernando Today

Published: June 2, 2008

SPRING HILL - Justin White was a talker.

"98 words a minute" as his sister puts it.

It didn't necessarily matter if you were listening or not, just an occasional nod of the head or an "uh huh" would suffice.

His family members were used to White's chatterbox ways, but even they would have to ask him to zip it from time to time.

They would give… Continue

Added by Nichole on January 7, 2009 at 3:19pm — No Comments

ST PETE TIMES Article about my brother

Teen boy's death on bicycle puzzles mother

By Joel Anderson, Times Staff Writer

In print: Tuesday, June 3, 2008

MASARYKTOWN — Though only recently turned 17, Justin White had plenty of riding experience with horses. But not bicycles.

As a dutiful, outdoors-loving teen, White eagerly tended to the horses around his family's 27-acre farm in Masaryktown and often taught younger children how to ride on them.

However, his mother was wary of her son… Continue

Added by Nichole on January 7, 2009 at 3:15pm — No Comments

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