Cecilia White
Cecilia White
Cecilia White

Obituary of Cecilia D. White

Cecilia D White

Cecilia (Ceccy) White was born on April 7th, 1989. She was raised in Colorado. With great sadness, she left us on August 21st, 2023 surrounded by close family and friends. Ceccy is survived by her mother Cheryl, father Oswaldo and his wife Maribel, sister Seara, half-sister Vianney, half-brother David, nieces Mia, Ava, nephew Jordan, cousin Teresa, cousin Juanita, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, former spouse/best friend Gilbert, Step kids Angela and Gilbert Jr. and her fur-baby LucyBear.

DS White served at the Adams County Detention Center for almost 9 years. She took great pride in what she did. She studied law in college and always backed the blue. She had integrity and always believed in doing the right thing.

Ceccy worked for Walmart for over 7 years. During those years, she made lifelong friends and touched many with her kind heart. She made a positive impact in many people’s lives.

Ceccy was an artist that loved to draw and paint. She enjoyed scrapbooking, crocheting, and puzzles. Not only was she an amazing dog mom, she was also a great plant mom. She took great pride and pleasure decorating her home for all holidays including buying many holiday costumes for LucyBear. Ceccy was adventurous. She enjoyed bike rides, roller skating, amusement parks (if you could hang), hiking with her fur-baby, loved dancing, listened to all kinds of different music, and traveling to new destinations. The sky was the limit.

Ceccy was very outgoing and outspoken. She told you the truth if you liked it or not. She may be small, but she was definitely fearless. She always put others before herself. When she wasn’t helping others, you could catch her at Bingo. (Don’t worry, she brought her own dobbers and didn’t mind sharing.) When she wasn’t playing Bingo, she could be found in Black Hawk gambling and most likely winning.

Ceccy may have left us, but she will absolutely never be forgotten. She left us with some great memories and will live on in our hearts forever.

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