Eldean White Wheat


Mrs. Eldean White Wheat, 83, of Richmond, passed away Monday, January 28, 2019 at Madison Health & Rehabilitation.
Mrs. Wheat, the daughter of the late Bartie Shanks and Bernice Lowery Shanks, was born in Madison County on July 16, 1935. She retired as a Night Supervisor at EKU. She loved to go to church and was a member of High Point Apostolic Church in Winchester. She enjoyed traveling with her sisters and going to the ocean.
She was preceded in death by her husband: Jesse White.
Survivors include: two sons: Keith & Lorrina White of Morehead and Paul & Teresa White of Richmond; three brothers: Kenny & Kathy Shanks, Arthur Shanks and Jason & Diane Shanks; three sisters: Bonnie Jean & Harold Edwards, Doris Romick and Wanda & Bro. Gary Northern; six grandchildren: Shon & Bridgette White, Ella & Stone Clay, Aaron & Stacey White, Katie & David Stork, Lauren White and fiancée Tyler Capps and Sierra Blevins; six great grandchildren: Camilla Clay, Vivian Clay, Eva Clay, Lynlee True, Azi Stork and Victoria White and her great-great granddaughter: Juli Heart.
Mrs. Wheat was also preceded in death by her son: Shelby White; two brothers: Harold Boots Shanks and Carl Shanks and two sisters: Juanita Abney and Mary Kersey.
Funeral Services will be conducted at 10:30 AM Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Combs, Parsons & Collins Funeral Home with Rev. Barney Bates officiating. Burial will follow in the Richmond Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 5:00 PM 9:00 PM Friday at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Shon White, Aaron White, Stone Clay, Tyler Capps, Millard McIntosh and Bro. Gary Northern. www.cpcfh.com
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Published on January 30, 2019
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