Beatrice M. White, the loving daughter of the late George Reddick and the late Lessie Reddick, was born on October 17, 1931, in New York, NY. She was affectionately known as Georgia to family and friends. Beatrice was the second child of four girls born to George and Lessie.
Louise (deceased), Hattie P. West, Grezel Moore (deceased). Beatrice accepted Jesus Christ early in her life. She possessed great faith and trusted in the Lord to the day of her passing. Upon graduating from high school, she met and married John J. Murray, a professional prizefighter, and business owner. From this union were born, Jenice and Fern.
In 1963, Jack and Georgia moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with their girls. Beatrice loved the Lord and became a member of the St. Luke Baptist Church. As little girls, Jenice and Fern accepted Jesus Christ and shortly thereafter were baptized they joined the girl's usher board for which they served many years.
Beatrice was employed as Supervisor of Environmental Services at St. Margret’s Hospital in Lawrenceville for many years. After the girls became young adults, Jack and Georgia moved to Englewood, N.J. She worked at an Elementary School as an educational teacher’s assistant. Not long after, Jack transitioned this life to his eternal home in 1977. He knew the Lord, gave his life to HIM, and was a good man, husband, and father. Beatrice returned to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and returned to her prior job.
After many years, she met and married Carroll M. White, both being widowed. God blessed them to enjoy many happy years, over 30, together. They celebrated the holidays with family and friends and loved life.
Peacefully, on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, God called her name. She leaves to cherish precious memories of daughters, Jenice Murray, Fern Jackson (Michael), stepson, Carrell M. White, (Ramona); granddaughters (Tieya White) Eunotchol Rena Hodges, (Damian) Nicole Smith; great-grandchildren, Ciara, Sean, Eun, Rhian; great-great-granddaughter, Chandler; nephews, Kevin Moore (Felicia) Stanley Wall, Sr., Tom Pitts (Wanda), Vance Robinson (Karen); nieces, Wandra J. Wall, Karen Robinson; great-nephews, Jonathan, Christopher, Anthony, and Nicholas; nieces, Amber Robinson.