Reginald Deshawn White was born September 8, 1971; the eldest son to Meddie Lewis and Velma Christine White. Reggie was born in Charleston, MS, but grew up in Chicago, Illinois.
Reggie accepted Christ at a very young early age under the leadership of then Rev. Joseph White of New Eclipse M.B. Church in Chicago, Illinois. He later joined St. Luke Baptist Church where Rev. James Hall was the Pastor and served as a Deacon.
Reggie grew up in Chicago where he attended West Pullman Elementary school and Fenger High School, both on the South Side of Chicago. Upon graduating high school, Reggie attended Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois. He worked for various volunteer organizations; such as, Habitat for Humanity of Illinois and The Sickle Cell Disease Association of Illinois. Reggie was also a member of Phillip E. Bell Jr.: F&A.M., P.H.A. as a Master Mason. Reggie enjoyed collecting comic books, house music and sports, with the Chicago White Sox being his favorite baseball team and the Chicago Bears being his favorite football team. Reggie enjoyed attending baseball games with his father and later his brother.
On April 28, 2020 at Centennial Hills Hospital in Las Vegas, NV, Reggie made his transition from the earthly labor to his Heavenly reward.
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