Aerial  Port Gymnastics

  In Memory:  Aerial Port grieves the loss of Janice White   
       Janice worked in our office as secretary for four years and was a board member of the Mountain Magic Parents Organization. No matter what job needed to be done, large or small Janice was always around to help out.  Not only was Janice an office manager for Aerial Port. but also a gym mom to Sarah level 9 gymnast, a former state champion and level 9 regional finalist, also Rachel who competed through the level 7 division and Gracie a gym class student.  Janice was always around to offer, love, support, and guidance, to the parents, the coaches and most importantly, the girls.  You did not have to be a biological relative of Janice to be considered family.

Janice Theresa White, 50, of Wana, WV passed away at home with family by her side on Tuesday, January 30, 2018. After struggling for several years from breast cancer and leukemia.  She was born in Massapequa, New York on August 27, 1967, to Thomas Robert Garrett and Lena Santacroce Garrett of Indian Trail, North Carolina.

Janice spent her life devoted to God and to her family, finding great joy in homeschooling her children and tending to the needs of her household. She revealed in the beauty of God’s word and creation and focused her family on healthy living, positive relationships, and spiritual growth. Her selfless dedication to the wellbeing of her loved ones, her indomitable strength in the face of adversity, and her steadfast trust in God’s love will go on to continuously inspire all who knew her.    

In addition to her parents, Janice leaves behind her husband of nearly 25 years Donald White; daughters Casey Pulis and her husband David, and son, Asher. Sarah White, Rachel White, and Grace White; son Thomas White; brothers Robert Garrett, John Garrett, David Garrett, and Thomas Garrett; as well as many nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends.

The families and staff of Aerial Port will greatly miss this remarkably strong woman. Her strength, courage, and devotion will live on in our hearts forever.