Olivia Stephens White
Services for Olivia Stephens White of Monticello are 2 p.m.,Wednesday, Feb. 11, at Wanilla Baptist Church with burial in thechurch cemetery.
Visitation is Tuesday from 4-8 p.m., at Wilson Funeral Home, andWednesday from 1:30-2 p.m., at the church.
Mrs. White, 93, died Feb. 9, 2004, at Lawrence County NursingCenter. She was born in Silver Creek on June 7, 1910, to GeorgeWashington Stephens and Susann Sills.
She was a retired farmer and a homemaker. She was a chartermember of the Lawrence County Historical Society and a chartermember of the Lawrence County Rescue League. She was a member ofthe Wanilla Homemaker Club for over 50 years, and had been aWanilla resident since 1939. She was a quilt maker, and an activemember of Wanilla Baptist Church, serving in many ways.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband; a brother,Thomas O. Stephens; a sister, Emma Robbins; and her son-in-law,Toxie Barber.
Survivors are her daughter, Helen Barber of Monticello; hersister, Mary A. Key of Manitou Springs, Colo.; her brothers, IsomStephens of Layton, Utah, George D. Stephens of Dalton Gardens,Idaho, and Ellis M. Stephens of Ross, Calif.; her grandchildren,Scott Barber and wife Jeannie Tynes Barber of Loyd Star, and BlakeBarber of Brookhaven; three great-grandchildren; and threegreat-great-grandchildren.