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Celebrating the life of
Hill P. "Bunker" White II
June 10, 1951 - May 17, 2014
Unique Character Living Life on His Own Terms
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Celebration of Life
  • 2:00pm - Saturday, June 07, 2014
  • One Eyed Jack's
  • 615 Toulouse Street (Map)
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

  • (504) 569-8361
  • Celebration of Life
  • 5-8 pm - Saturday, May 24, 2014
  • Bradshaw Carter
  • 1734 W Alabama St (Map)
    Houston, Tx 77098

  • (713) 521-0066

To Kathleen & Hill, I am sorry for the loss of a husband and father. May you both along with the rest of the family rely heavily on God for strength during this time. And know that God promises to do away with death, pain and mourning forever. (Revelation 21:3-4

Lorri Mason, Spring, Tx

So sorry to hear about Bunker's passing. Our heart felt condolences go out to K.T., Taylor, Cookie and the rest of his family, He will be missed. A bigger than life person !!!

Edward & Sharon Pratscher, Austin, TX

To : Mrs. Sara White and Family sorry for your loss Love , FLOR MONCADA

flor moncada, Houston, TX

one of the good guys,gonna miss his good cheer

gilhooleys oystrer bar, san leon , tx

KT and Taylor, May you take comfort in knowing there is one more angel above us all. Bunker was such a wonderful and uplifting soul that will never ever be forgotten. I love you both, Pamela

Pamela Pearce, Austin, Texas

Bunker, I'll miss our chats in front of the CH post office. You were a one-of-a-kind character. My condolences to KT and Taylor. Just can't believe it.....

Carolyn Zimmermann, Chappell Hill, TX

Bunker may all the sprits of life and love be with you and your family, you were and always will be a true positive spirit of all life, Garry(OlBear)

Garry, Houston, tx

I was deeply saddened when I heard of Bunker's passing. He was such a special person. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Barbara Devore, Houston, TX

There just never is enough time on Earth for life-lovers like Bunker. We made good friends on dirt bikes in Chappell Hill around 1971. He was always interested in everything said and unsaid, and larger than life to me. We refreshed our friendship when I moved back to Texas last year...but we needed more time - there was still so much to share, remember, laugh about, and discuss. My sincerest sympathy and respect to your family.

Chip Routt, MD, Houston, Texas

We have lost a good friend. Bunker value friendship.above all and it showed through his loyalty, compassion and infectious good company. Your friends in New Orleans will never forge you Bunker. Our heart goes out to KT and Taylor.

Charles and Ireys Nelson, New Orleans, LA

For the many years of great friendship, I am grateful. As we go on without you there is this void you filled so well with fun, friends, music. Your laughter was infectious your grin was mischievous. Rock On old pal. Randy

Randy Speights, Rockport , TX

Dear KT and Taylor, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Bunker was a great person, unique and loving, and he will live in our hearts forever. I know he loved his family very much and was very dedicated to you both. He was truly a genuine soul, had great integrity and was the salt of the earth which is hard to find. Bunker was golden and there's a hole in the world tonight without his presence among us. He will be greatly missed and one day we will all meet again. I send you my deepest heartfelt thoughts and prayers. Bobby Josey

Bobby Josey, Houston , Texas

KT & Taylor, my heart is heavy for your loss. Bunker was constantly adding another facet to his personna, and I'm glad I was able keep contact with him in these last few years, to see what developed . . . He was so fond of you both!

Drew Crispin, Houston, Texas

Dear K.T. & Taylor. Please accept my heartfelt "respects and condolences" for your extremely unexpected loss. I didn't get to know Bunker as well as I would have liked to but I always enjoyed our time spent together no matter how brief. I absolutely loved hearing his rather unique perspectives on whatever topic we were discussing at the moment. I counted him as a good friend and ally against whatever or whomever had raised our mutually held distaste. I will miss him and his incredibly unique perspectives on life, living and the state of politics in general. I take comfort knowing that Bunker is probably giving GOD himself a few tips on how he can better run things more efficiently here on Earth or in the Afterlife.. Take care and GOD bless you Bunker, you will be missed and I will miss you very much. Vios Condious Asche Ackerman.

Asche Ackerman, Houston, TX

May peace be with you Bunker. We will miss you. Memories of Bunker from the early 70's through this last week will always be in my thoughts. Sailing, fishing, and cruising the bays will never be the same without Bunkers presence. Adios amigo until we meet again. Ken

Gound Family, Houston, Canyon Lake, Austin and Lake Conroe, Texas

God Bless you KT and Taylor, Bunker was such a kind and very caring man. The first time I met him when Jack and I went to the ranch it was like I had know him all my life. He was a people person and never met a stranger. I instantly knew he was an honorable man and loved him dearly. I will miss his kindness to me always. I Pray for your family to find comfort for the great loss in your life. May the Lord hold you and keep you close to him during this time and always.

Catherine Benson, Dickinson, TX

As unique and genuine as they come. Forty years of friendship and fun times will always be in my memory. Peace be with you Bunker, K.T. and Taylor.

George Craig, Houston, Tx

I work for Washington county road and bridge I got to spend a few days with him at his ranch to fix creek he was a very nice man my prayers are with family Vincent hensen

vincent hensen , brenham, texas

Bunker was a wonderful person. A rancher, sailor and loyal friend who helped many people through life. We had great times together . I will miss him very much. We really enjoyed laughing and talking of the days gone by. He was completely dedicated to his wife, KT and son, Taylor.

Tim Maher, Houston, TX

I am wiping away tears. Due to "life's Circumstances We lost touch but JW missed his chance to say hello again. I am thinking about your forest we created in the torrid summer of 1980. Days of driving a tractor with Bunker laid out placing each tree into Mother Earth. It was not work but a joy! Why do I put things like this off. Will See you In My Dreams! I Love You. Concert For George Time!

Johnny Wearden, Sugar Land, TEXAS

I was very sorry to hear about Bunker's passing. I have very fond memories of him dating back to our childhood. He was a special person who indeed lived life on his own terms. He'll be sorely missed and fondly remembered. May God bless all of you. John David

John David Grisebaum, Austin, TX

KT sorry to hear of Bunkers passing, truly a gentle & kind soul, my thoughts & prayers are with you and your family Todd Kimball

Todd kimball, bellaire, tx

KT and Taylor I am so sorry for your loss I genuinely loved Bunker I will miss him greatly. Jack

jack becker, San leon, tx

Hill P. "Bunker" White, II, passed away on Saturday, the 17th of May 2014, in his Houston home. A native Houstonian, Mr. White shared his time between Houston, his ranch in Chappell Hill, and his boat in Seabrook. From a very early age he would spend time with his beloved grandfather, Hill P. White I, who taught him much about ranching and life in general. Mr. White's journey through life allowed him to cross paths with many who became lifelong friends. Throughout his adult life he enjoyed visiting close friends in New Orleans. For all those that knew him, Mr. White was a unique character that lived life on his own terms.
Mr. White was preceded in death by his grandparents, Stanley Youngflesh and Betty Youngflesh, Hill P. White I and Vivienne W. White; and his father Perrin W. White. He is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen Taylor White, and son Hill Taylor White. He is also survived by his mother, Sara E. White; his sister, Wynne E. Routt; brother, Anderson B. White; his daughter, Sara "Cookie" White, and the other sister, Waverly W. Gage. Mr. White is also survived by his stepmother Deanne White and her daughter, son and his family. In addition, he left numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Bunker’s life will take place in Houston on Saturday, the 24th of May, from five until eight o’clock in the evening at the Bradshaw-Carter Funeral Home, 1734 West Alabama Street, Houston, Texas 77098.
A celebration of Bunker’s life is also planned for two o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, the 7th of June, at One Eyed Jacks, 615 Toulouse Street in New Orleans, Louisiana.
In lieu of customary remembrances, memorial contributions may be directed to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 841125, Dallas, TX, 75824-1125.

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To Kathleen & Hill, I am sorry for the loss of a husband and father. May you both along with the rest of the family rely heavily on God for strength during this time. And know that God promises to do away with death, pain and mourning forever. (Revelation 21:3-4

Lorri Mason, Spring, Tx

Candle tribute lit by Pat Walker — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Wynne Elizabeth White — Texas

So sorry to hear about Bunker's passing. Our heart felt condolences go out to K.T., Taylor, Cookie and the rest of his family, He will be missed. A bigger than life person !!!

Edward & Sharon Pratscher, Austin, TX

Candle tribute lit by Dave Wintz — Texas

To : Mrs. Sara White and Family sorry for your loss Love , FLOR MONCADA

flor moncada, Houston, TX

one of the good guys,gonna miss his good cheer

gilhooleys oystrer bar, san leon , tx

KT and Taylor, May you take comfort in knowing there is one more angel above us all. Bunker was such a wonderful and uplifting soul that will never ever be forgotten. I love you both, Pamela

Pamela Pearce, Austin, Texas

Candle tribute lit by Pamela Pearce — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Nancy Hernandez — Texas

Bunker, I'll miss our chats in front of the CH post office. You were a one-of-a-kind character. My condolences to KT and Taylor. Just can't believe it.....

Carolyn Zimmermann, Chappell Hill, TX

Bunker may all the sprits of life and love be with you and your family, you were and always will be a true positive spirit of all life, Garry(OlBear)

Garry, Houston, tx

I was deeply saddened when I heard of Bunker's passing. He was such a special person. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Barbara Devore, Houston, TX

There just never is enough time on Earth for life-lovers like Bunker. We made good friends on dirt bikes in Chappell Hill around 1971. He was always interested in everything said and unsaid, and larger than life to me. We refreshed our friendship when I moved back to Texas last year...but we needed more time - there was still so much to share, remember, laugh about, and discuss. My sincerest sympathy and respect to your family.

Chip Routt, MD, Houston, Texas

We have lost a good friend. Bunker value friendship.above all and it showed through his loyalty, compassion and infectious good company. Your friends in New Orleans will never forge you Bunker. Our heart goes out to KT and Taylor.

Charles and Ireys Nelson, New Orleans, LA

For the many years of great friendship, I am grateful. As we go on without you there is this void you filled so well with fun, friends, music. Your laughter was infectious your grin was mischievous. Rock On old pal. Randy

Randy Speights, Rockport , TX

Dear KT and Taylor, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Bunker was a great person, unique and loving, and he will live in our hearts forever. I know he loved his family very much and was very dedicated to you both. He was truly a genuine soul, had great integrity and was the salt of the earth which is hard to find. Bunker was golden and there's a hole in the world tonight without his presence among us. He will be greatly missed and one day we will all meet again. I send you my deepest heartfelt thoughts and prayers. Bobby Josey

Bobby Josey, Houston , Texas

Candle tribute lit by Jeff Bintliff — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Dave Garrett — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Philip Carter and Lynn Bowker — Maine

KT & Taylor, my heart is heavy for your loss. Bunker was constantly adding another facet to his personna, and I'm glad I was able keep contact with him in these last few years, to see what developed . . . He was so fond of you both!

Drew Crispin, Houston, Texas

Dear K.T. & Taylor. Please accept my heartfelt "respects and condolences" for your extremely unexpected loss. I didn't get to know Bunker as well as I would have liked to but I always enjoyed our time spent together no matter how brief. I absolutely loved hearing his rather unique perspectives on whatever topic we were discussing at the moment. I counted him as a good friend and ally against whatever or whomever had raised our mutually held distaste. I will miss him and his incredibly unique perspectives on life, living and the state of politics in general. I take comfort knowing that Bunker is probably giving GOD himself a few tips on how he can better run things more efficiently here on Earth or in the Afterlife.. Take care and GOD bless you Bunker, you will be missed and I will miss you very much. Vios Condious Asche Ackerman.

Asche Ackerman, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Asche & Susie Ackerman! — Texas

May peace be with you Bunker. We will miss you. Memories of Bunker from the early 70's through this last week will always be in my thoughts. Sailing, fishing, and cruising the bays will never be the same without Bunkers presence. Adios amigo until we meet again. Ken

Gound Family, Houston, Canyon Lake, Austin and Lake Conroe, Texas

Candle tribute lit by Catherine Benson — Texas

God Bless you KT and Taylor, Bunker was such a kind and very caring man. The first time I met him when Jack and I went to the ranch it was like I had know him all my life. He was a people person and never met a stranger. I instantly knew he was an honorable man and loved him dearly. I will miss his kindness to me always. I Pray for your family to find comfort for the great loss in your life. May the Lord hold you and keep you close to him during this time and always.

Catherine Benson, Dickinson, TX

As unique and genuine as they come. Forty years of friendship and fun times will always be in my memory. Peace be with you Bunker, K.T. and Taylor.

George Craig, Houston, Tx

I work for Washington county road and bridge I got to spend a few days with him at his ranch to fix creek he was a very nice man my prayers are with family Vincent hensen

vincent hensen , brenham, texas

Bunker was a wonderful person. A rancher, sailor and loyal friend who helped many people through life. We had great times together . I will miss him very much. We really enjoyed laughing and talking of the days gone by. He was completely dedicated to his wife, KT and son, Taylor.

Tim Maher, Houston, TX

I am wiping away tears. Due to "life's Circumstances We lost touch but JW missed his chance to say hello again. I am thinking about your forest we created in the torrid summer of 1980. Days of driving a tractor with Bunker laid out placing each tree into Mother Earth. It was not work but a joy! Why do I put things like this off. Will See you In My Dreams! I Love You. Concert For George Time!

Johnny Wearden, Sugar Land, TEXAS

I was very sorry to hear about Bunker's passing. I have very fond memories of him dating back to our childhood. He was a special person who indeed lived life on his own terms. He'll be sorely missed and fondly remembered. May God bless all of you. John David

John David Grisebaum, Austin, TX

KT sorry to hear of Bunkers passing, truly a gentle & kind soul, my thoughts & prayers are with you and your family Todd Kimball

Todd kimball, bellaire, tx

KT and Taylor I am so sorry for your loss I genuinely loved Bunker I will miss him greatly. Jack

jack becker, San leon, tx


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