Curtis L. "Moonie" White, Jr., 69, of Jeannette went to be at home with the Lord on May 10,2019 in Forbes Regional Hospital. He was born February 28,1950 in Pittsburgh, a son of the late Curtis L.Sr. and Norma (Russell) White. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a daughter Christina White and her fiancee Tim Reffner, Uncle and Aunt William H. Jr. "Willie" and Bernice Hall, sisters Francine, Cecil & Rose Hall; Brothers Willie "Tokyo" Burns, William H. "Billie" Hall III, and Roderick "Tubby" Hall; nephew Daryl and a niece Roxanne. Moon served in the US Army and Marines and later the US Reserves. As a civilian he worked as a detailer at Marty Edwards Auto Body and was a coach for the Jeannette Jayhawk Midgets. He was a member of Jeannette American Legion Post #344 and enjoyed coin collecting, spending time with his Uncle Willie and friends at Nancys Grill and marching with his group the Soul Euphonics. He will definitely be remembered and missed for his quick wit and truly infections smile. He was a high spirited person fully of love and life. He will be dearly missed by his children Curtis " Zeus" Gantt (Joy) of Jeannette, Yalonda Beckford of GA, Cassius "Momo" Gantt of Jeannette, Angel Giles (Jordan) of Pittsburgh, Chance T. White of Jeannette, Chastity White of Missouri, Tre White of GA, Kruz White of NC, Shyra , Jada, Kaile and Tyfanny all of Greensburg, his siblings Shirley, Debbie and John White, Jackie Adams (Clifford), Gregory Hall (Virginia), Avery Graves (Arthur), Carlene Cook (Charles), Jose Gonzales (Linda), Roy Hall (Patty), Larry Hall (Donna), Donna Burns, Kim and Audra Hall; numerous grandchildren whom he loved seeing and spending time with an a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Visitation will be held on Friday May 17,2019 from 2-4 & 6-8PM in the Mason-Gelder Funeral Home, Inc. 201 N. First St. Jeannette. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday at 11am at Rock of Refuge Church, Jeannette. To send online condolences visit www.mason-gelder.com.
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