Michael L. White

July 28, 2020

Michael L. White
 Michael L. White – of Marlborough, formerly of Woburn, passed away in his sleep, July 28th. Beloved husband of Jamie (Delmonico) White. Devoted father of one year old, Charlie Rose and a baby on the way. Cherished son of Lawrence “Larry” and Karen (Tracey) White. Loving brother of Katelin White,  and Krystal Gorham, her husband Matthew of Billerica. Dear uncle of Joseph and Timothy. Also survived by his beloved “Nonnie” Jean Tracey and the late Charles Tracey, and his late paternal grandparents Thomas and Eileen White. Also survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends. Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects on Tuesday, August 4th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  Those who are 65 and older or experiencing any health problems, are invited to come between 3-4 p.m., with the general public invited between 4-7 p.m. All attending, are asked to enter though the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. His Funeral Mass will be held at St. Anthony’s Church on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Due to current restrictions, the church will allow no more than 70 people to attend the Mass.
 
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mikes memory to https://digital.fidelity.com/prgw/digital/familygifting/mlgLandingPage?uuid=5cec0e94a60446cf8c619b75057af726&ccsource=LK529MA to support his daughter Charlie.  to support his daughter Charlie. 

 Michael L. White – of Marlborough, formerly of Woburn, died in his sleep, July 28th, at the age of thirty-three. He was the beloved husband of Jamie (Delmonico) White and the devoted father of one year old, Charlie Rose and another baby girl on the way.

Born in Winchester and raised in Woburn, Mike was the son of Lawrence “Larry” and Karen (Tracey) White. He was a graduate of Woburn High School with the class of 2005. After High School, Mike went to school for pipefitting and after receiving certification at the age of 19, he became a 4th generation Journeyman Pipe Fitter for Union Local 537 in Boston where he had remained for the past 14 years. 

Mike enjoyed playing hockey all through his life, starting in the Woburn Youth Hockey program and continuing into adulthood. He would spend his summers in New Hampshire where he would swim in the lake with his family. He loved riding motorcycles, but settled for a dirt bike once his precious baby girl was born. The beach close to their home, was where they spent most of their spare time. He also enjoyed taking nightly walks with his wife Jamie, their daughter Charlie and two dogs Katie and Penny. 

Michael is survived and will be deeply missed by his wife Jamie (Delmonico) White and daughter, Charlie Rose; his parents “Larry” and Karen (Tracey) White; siblings, Katelin White and Krystle Gorham, her husband Matthew of Billerica. Dear uncle of Joseph and Timothy. Also survived by his beloved “Nonnie” Jean Tracey and the late Charles Tracey, and his late paternal grandparents Thomas and Eileen White. Also survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends. 

Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects on Tuesday, August 4th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  Those who are 65 and older or experiencing any health problems, are invited to come between 3-4 p.m., with the general public invited between 4-7 p.m. All attending, are asked to enter though the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. His Funeral Mass will be held at St. Anthony’s Church on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Due to current restrictions, the church will allow no more than 70 people to attend the Mass.

Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects on Tuesday, August 4th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  Those who are 65 and older or experiencing any health problems, are invited to come between 3-4 p.m., with the general public invited between 4-7 p.m. All attending, are asked to enter though the front door of the Funeral Home and exit through the back door. Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. His Funeral Mass will be held at St. Anthony’s Church on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Due to current restrictions, the church will allow no more than 70 people to attend the Mass.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mikes memory to https://digital.fidelity.com/prgw/digital/familygifting/mlgLandingPage?uuid=5cec0e94a60446cf8c619b75057af726&ccsource=LK529MA to support his daughter Charlie. 

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  1. To the entire White family
    We would like to send our deepest condolences on the loss of Michael. He was a great guy, always stopping by to say Hi and check in. The boys from the neighborhood will be lost with out their “brother”. We will cherish all the years of memories we have of Mike. He was such a lovable person. May he Rest In Peace. God Bless All. XOXO.
    Greg, Suzy (Walsh)Layman & Family

  2. Jamie, CharlieRose and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending you so much love, strength and prayers, with my deepest sympathy.

  3. Jen Christy (Neergaard)

    So sorry to hear the news. You are all in my thoughts. He will certainly be missed by all that knew him.

  4. Mike,
    You are and always will be a class act, like your dad. You are a son that any father is proud of. Always. Love to Larry and Karen.

  5. Joyce & Dave McGuire

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time.

  6. Deborah Mcgondel

    Jamie, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this difficult time. I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband.

  7. The time we rode the bikes to the lake and after less than half way there the flood gates opened, we sure were wet and off course the fishing down the CAPE

    Will Miss YA

  8. Mat & Tracy Young

    We’ll miss Mike so much. He was a lifelong friend and the memories we had together will be cherished more than ever now. Until we meet again Mike, we love you.

  9. Kerry Michalosky

    Mikey I will never forget your smile. You meant so much to both me and Gerry. Until we meet again I will always have you in my heart. Love you.

  10. Rest In Peace my beautiful cousin! Every time we were at a family gathering and I would see you you were so sweet!!!! A true gentleman! Love you, cousin Judy xoxo

  11. My brother my friend it’s not over your work and your light will shine through your family and loved ones love you mike Shug white

  12. To my cousin Michael- you will be missed so much by your family and friends. Heaven just got a new angel and his name is Whitey! RIP cousin❤️

  13. Mike was always a pleasure to be around and work with and it was always a good time. I wasn’t fortunate enough to do my Aprenticeship threw the local like most brothers and sisters and didn’t have many connections but none of that mattered after i met mike he made me feel welcomed and really helped me adjust to life working in 537. I always felt comfortable saying anything to him wether it was work related or personal. Mike was a good friend and a good person that always had a smile on his face. I pray that Jesus Christ our lord and savior has already welcomed him into the kingdom of heaven and know that he will be there waiting for the rest of us. Thank you for everything mike you will be missed as much as you were loved by all of us who had the pleasure of being a part of your life.

  14. Anthony Saccoccio

    I’ll always remember the good times together. You weren’t a friend, you were a brother. Love you buddy!

  15. You where like the son to me. I’m going to miss the talks we had together. I had the best time working with you and teaching you. I’m going to miss you. Love ya mike.

  16. Marianne Thiffault

    To the entire White Family,

    We are heartbroken for all of you, Mike has been a special ‘member’ of our family forever and we will always remember the Bermuda cruises he came on with us and the laughs he brought regularly. Life long friendships like the neighborhood boys have are so rare and extra special – so thankful they shared three beautiful and memorable weddings within three months of each other. God Bless everyone especially Charlie Rose, and future baby white. Love from Marianne, Kevin, and our Blanchette Family.

  17. JoAnn Delmonico

    We love you Uncle Mike! Forever Super man in the eyes of children, a wonder Dad and an all around stand up person. God truly calls home only the good ones. Now to watch over his loves Jamie, Charlie & baby. Deepest sympathy to the White Family. Mike will be terribly missed. Sending strength 🙏🏼

  18. I remember Michael as teenager up what used to be the farm and I was so impressed with the way he respected all of us elders and I remember the ride home talking with my mom and dad about what a good kid he was and my mom saying he was brought up the right way
    He will be missed by all who knew him
    My prayers to my cousins

  19. 537 has lost one of the nicest guys in the local. Was a pleasure working with you in JP years ago and seeing you at the Salem Power Plant. Great working partner. You are missed. R.I.P. brother. My deepest sympathy Larry and to the rest of the family.

  20. Jillian johnson

    You will be greatly missed mikey. God has one of the best now. Fly high sweet angel.

  21. Sad to hear of your passing, Mike. God called you home. Fly high with the Angels.

  22. To the kid I met on first day wide eyed to the man that was the best I will miss you
    Love ya
    VICTOR

  23. Janice Leavitts

    My deepest Condolences to Jamie, Charlie and baby White and to the entire White Family. My heart is with all of you.

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