Alfred James 'AJ' White

White, Alfred James "AJ"

Karen and family - So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jimmy, I'm sure going to miss you ?? I loved your stories about our family history. You amazed me with your ability to recall facts at the drop of a hat. Vickie gets that from you. And OH, that quick wit was priceless! I'll miss that the most. The laughter, the tears and mostly the love you gave I'll never forget. You're in my heart forever, I love you, Connie Jean ??
We have lost one of the best teachers of history any one could hope for. Between AJ and Karen, they taught generations. Thank you both. My condolences to Karen and the families and to all the kids who have never had teachers like these.
So many great memories of hanging out with Aj in his shop and Rendezvous. Hugs to Karen and friends…
I have enjoyed being a member of the Wind River Muzzleloaders Association and the state association too. I’ve enjoyed the 1838 Rendezvous and related events. I am thankful for all the good work AJ did in realizing these positive developments in our community. As an educator, I also laud his work in educating the youth. God bless his memory and rest his soul.
Karen and family, lifting you up in prayers. So sorry for your loss. It was always an honor and a privilege to be AJ's "favorite Democrat". Always loved our visits. See you on the other side my friend