Winifred "Winnie" Geneva White passed away Aug. 28, 2019. She was born June 26, 1943 in Lunnenburg County, Va., to the late James and Alva Benjamin. She was preceded in death by her husbands Jimmy Allen Martin and Robert White Jr., her daughter Yvonne Bonnie Carter, her brother Jerry Benjamin and her daughter-in-law Doris Martin. Winnie leaves her memory to be cherished by her children Alice Goode, Robin "T.C." Martinez (Joseph), James "Timmy" Martin (Tacie), Jimmy "Benny" Martin, Wendy Fay Glass (Roger) and Reggie White (Bobbi), as well as her 18 grandchildren and a host of great grandchildren As a young widow raising four children, Winnie began to give more thought to her spirituality. Over the years she would have many conversations with Jehovah's Witnesses and while pregnant with her youngest child she began to develop a relationship with Jehovah. She would soon dedicate her life to Jehovah and was baptized on Feb. 13, 1977 in Crownsville, Md. She would speak of her God Jehovah to all who would listen and focused her efforts on helping her family enjoy the same peace and contentment she experienced. She remained faithful to that dedication down to the end. Winnie will be remembered for her warm smile, and contagious laughter no matter what difficulties she was facing. She was ever thankful when an act of kindness was extended to her and she was always willing to share whatever she had with those in need, whether it was as simple as a meal or as much as a home for them to stay. A memorial service was held Aug. 31, 2019 at Kingdom Hall, 15103 Rixeyville Road, Culpeper, Va., 22701.

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