Faye Lynn White was born on June 11, 1955 in Michigan City, Indiana to Joe Lenoir and Roosevelt Mitchell.
She accepted Christ at an early age. Faye graduated from Isaac C. Elston High School. She was formerly employed with Anco Productions. She was a prayer warrior and often sent Bible Scriptures to family and friends. She enjoyed working on the building fund. Faye loved spending holidays with her family but most of all she enjoyed talking on the phone with her three children. She was a faithful member of Christ Temple Apostolic Ministries until she relocated to South Bend, Indiana and her health began to fail. Faye Lynn had a great sense of humor and always greeted everyone she met with a wonderful bright smile.
Faye was promoted to Glory on February 25, 2022 in South Bend, Indiana. She was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, one brother Johnny F. Mitchell, and a special aunt, Lillie Martin.
Celebration of life will take place on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at Christ Temple Apostolic Ministries 2308 E. Michigan City, Indiana 46360 with Bishop Joe L. Bennett to do Eulogy. Burial to follow at Swan Lake Memorial Gardens. This Service will be live-streamed. MASK ARE REQUIRED FOR SERVICES.
She leaves to cherish her fond memories, her husband: Barton White of Michigan City, Indiana; three children: Roosevelt Lamar Taylor, Nichole (Kenneth) Phillips and Carla Lynn Taylor all of South Bend, Indiana; four sisters: Alice Faye (Robert) Jeffries of Keansburg, New Jersey; Carlotta (John) Adams, Margaret Denise Macon, Janice (Rickey) Collins Sr., all of Michigan City, Indiana; three brothers: Charles Williams, Gerald (Regina) Mitchell, and Garry (Debora) Mitchell Sr., all of Michigan City, Indiana; seven grandchildren: Kenneth D. Phillips Jr., Kenyss D. Phillips, Queen C. Phillips, Roselyn Taylor, Rozelyn Taylor, Ronece Taylor, Roosevelt Taylor Jr., four great-grandchildren: along with a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Faye Lynn was indeed a kind and loving person. Her unforgettable memories will live through us always.