Condolence & Memory Journal

My husband knew Roxie while working in the hotel business in the early 90's; he had great respect for her professionalism. I only got to know Roxie years later when we were on a church committee together and then continued to talk and visit with each other at church functions. I'll miss seeing her. My sympathy to all the family.

Posted by Rita Welty - Williamsburg, VA   June 25, 2017

Sitting here with tears as Joe and I recall all the amazing times we had with Roxie over the past 30+ years. Cruises; Colonial Lady trips up and down the ICW; limo rides; dinners and walks in Colonial Williamsburg and at her house; fire truck rides; just to name a few! Can't believe it yet that she's no longer with us here on earth but we will always cherish all the memories we've made together and remember what an awesome friend she was. She was the most generous person with her time - taking people to cancer treatments; supporting numerous organizations such as FISH and Colonial Williamsburg; giving of herself - time, money and advice (politics was a subject that didn't last to long with us, LOL). I'm sure there's so much more that we don't even know about because she was so selfless and anonymous with her "gifts." Our lives have been blessed beyond measure because of Roxie. MISS YOU! Joe and Debbie Parris

Posted by Debbie & Joe Parris - Portsmouth, VA - friend   June 23, 2017



Dear Family and friends,



It is with sadness that I learned of Roxie's passing. She was very special to me.



For over ten years, Roxie had encouraged and mentored my career in the



hotel field. I grew under her tough but fair leadership.



I will never forget Roxie and the many opportunities and kindnesses she gave. She


will have my profound gratitude and respect always.




Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on your loss.



Caroline Ederer

Hampton, Virginia

Posted by caroline ederer - hampton, VA   June 19, 2017

Roxie White was a loyal friend and supporter of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation for many years and we will miss her dearly. Our thoughts are with her family at this difficult time.

Carter Sonders

Posted by Carter Sonders - Williamsburg, VA   June 19, 2017



Dear Family and friends,



It is with sadness that I learned of Roxie's passing. She was very special to me.



For over ten years, Roxie had encouraged and mentored my career in the



hotel field. I grew under her tough but fair leadership.



I will never forget Roxie and the many opportunities and kindnesses she gave. She


will have my profound gratitude and respect always.




Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on your loss.



Caroline Ederer

Hampton, Virginia

Posted by Caroline Ederer - Hampton, VA   June 19, 2017

Ms. Roxie was owner here at Kingsmill Resort. It was a shock to get a call today about her passing away. I'm still in shock and will be for awhile. I'm going to miss Ms. White seeing her go to the gym each morning and her sending me emails each week. Rest in Peace Ms. White.

Posted by Anicio Holmes-Brown    June 19, 2017

A great lady who gave so much to so many. I have know Roxie for 33 years and worked for her for 14 years. Roxie will truly be missed. Prayers are with her family. Cindy

Posted by Cindy Binder - Gloucester, VA   June 19, 2017

A wonderful lady and a true leader who gave me many opportunities over the 15 years I worked with and for her. My condolences and God bless to the family. Rod

Posted by Rodney Musselman - Bluffton, SC - Coworker   June 19, 2017

It is with shock and much sorrow that we learned of Roxie's death. We shall miss a great lady and our dear neighbor.
Love,
Ted and Sue Lind

Posted by Sue Lind - Williamsburb, VA   June 18, 2017

A strong and generous lady who I had the pleasure to work for for 5 years and to know for over 17 years. Thank you for your wisdom, insight and passion to operate a well known successful hotel. Your passion for your community and your volunteer work will be missed.

Posted by Denise Creasman - Williamsburg   June 18, 2017