George Michael White

George Michael White, of League City, Texas passed away suddenly from a car accident on Saturday, July 22, 2017 at the age of 64. He was born December 20, 1952 in San Antonio, Texas to G.L. and Pat White. Mike retired from ExxonMobil and was enjoying an active retirement traveling with his wife Pilar, enjoying his love of sailing, snow skiing, and riding motorcycles. Mike is survived by his wife Pilar Rosas, parents G.L. and Pat White, brother Ron White and wife Clarissa, nephews Adam and Aaron and many other loving family and friends. The Family will receive friends on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 2:30pm with a Celebration of Life Ceremony at 3 o’clock at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas.


  1. We are so very sorry for the loss of your loved one. Sadly, my brother died in March and we, too, understand the pain. May Mike’s memory bring you peace and may your family be comforted as you draw together at this time. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    Steve and Sonja Childers

    Steve and Sonja Childers
  2. This is a terrible loss to his family and friends. I am so very sorry. God bless you and help you through this terrible time.
    Love, Mary

    Mary Sheffield
  3. Pilar, sadly I do not believe that I have had the pleasure of having met you. I am one of Mike’s long-time motorcycling compadres, by way of the BMW Motorcycling Sport Bike Group (a.k.a., “Fast Friends”). I was also one of Mike’s frequent, but friendly, debate partners, as regards many timely issues of the day. I was shocked and saddened to hear of his untimely passing, over this weekend, past. I always enjoyed Mike’s company as he could be counted on to have a substantive, reliable and well-considered opinion, and base of knowledge, on a wide array of interesting subjects. A true gentleman—and always ready, willing and able to lend a helpful hand, in a pinch, whether large or small. I had occasion to be roommates with him, on one of our many Motorcycling Expeditions to the highways and byways, hills and dales, that were and remain the NW Arkansas “Roller Coaster”—that we all loved to ride! He always spoke of you fondly, and it was a pleasure to call him my friend. He will be greatly missed, and remembered, by MANY! May Peace be with him, and with you, and your extended family, in this troubling time of sadness. I shall remember him, often. Hopefully, he will restrain himself, at least at first, by avoiding any spirited debates with St Peter, or other wise souls, now in his present company, with more experience than he.

    Bob Seekely
  4. My dear friend,Pilar, I am so so sorry your beloved Mike is gone. I will miss him so much. He was a wonderful sweet neighbor and friend. We will visit you after we return home. Mike was the best. I pray for peace and comfort during your grieving. God bless you.

    Mary Blackwell
  5. Very sorry to hear about Michael’s passing. Worked with him for many years at ExxonMobil in the Baytown Environmental group. Outstanding person, loved working with him. He was a great guy.

    Roger Day
  6. I never had the pleasure of meeting Michael, his wife Pilar has been my very good friend for many years , I so sorry, he will be dearly missed by his friends and everyone that has the pleasure of knowing him.

    Diana Lee
  7. So sorry for your loss. I met and worked with Mike at Monterey Coal and he also helped us in Environmental at Carter Mining. Haven’t seen him in years, but knew he was happily enjoying life and that’s what Mike wanted and deserved. Will always remember his personality was such that when you asked him what time it was, he’d tell you how well his watch was running. Thoughts and prayers go out to all. Our world lost another great man too soon. 🙏🏼😇🙏🏼

    Renetta Scacchitti
  8. I worked with Mike for a number of years in the ExxonMobil Environmental group. He was a great guy to work with and I know he will surely be missed by friends and family.

    Mike Snyder

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