Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper First Class Jimmie Harold White, II

Arkansas State Police, Arkansas

End of Watch Saturday, June 1, 2002

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Reflections for Trooper First Class Jimmie Harold White, II

RIP sir; Never to be forgotten.

Retired First Sergeant Thomas Webb
New York State Police - Troop "D"

October 11, 2020

God bless you

Mark Mottola

June 1, 2020

Many years ago I met Jimmie under difficult circumstances, on a very cold February afternoon, and because of that chance meeting I remember him. My husband at the time had shot himself in our house while I was at work and Jimmie, along with several other officers, had been called to the house. Jimmie was the first person I came into contact with upon my arrival home. Initially it was not a pleasant meeting because of the circumstances-I argued with him about telling me what had happened to my husband. It was only later, in college, that we crossed paths once again and I learned that my situation was the first time in which Jimmie had been involved in a death notification. He mentioned that it was something he had never forgotten. My heart broke for him but he was ever so professional and polite about his experience. I, in turn, have never forgotten Jimmie. God Bless him.

Patsy Barnard
Acquaintance

April 13, 2020

Jimmie, I will remember the day we lost you for the rest of my life. Early that morning you brought cold sodas to the lonely gate guards and asked how we were. You brought joy to myself and all the other people who’s lives you touched with your personality and professionalism. You were here on earth a short time, but will never be forgotten brother. Ride on in heaven and know you left the world a better place.

Aaron Mazzuca
314sfs/ USAF

November 29, 2019

Jimmie - thought about you quite a bit this week. What a laugh, what a smile. You always wanted to serve your fellow citizens in some capacity, and now you serve all of mankind as one of our angels. God bless you my friend. Eternally grateful for your service.

Mark "woot" Wootan
Colonel, USAF

June 6, 2018

Jimmie was my riding partner on the ASP motorcycle squad and I can tell you without a doubt, he lived and breathed the State Police. He was the best of the best and I miss him daily. I can’t explain my feelings for Jimmie. We lost a great Trooper that day and I hope and pray that Jimmie is on that Road King on the arms and wings of the angels in heaven. God Bless you Jimmie. I love ya buddy and will see you soon. Billy Tester(ret) ASP

Cpl Billy J Tester #305
Arkansas State Police

June 2, 2018

Thank you for your service to the state of Arkansas. I recently attended ASP's Memorial Service - we are so proud of you and your fellow troopers. You're never forgotten. God bless you, your family, and fellow troopers.

Special Agent-in-Charge Diane Upchurch
FBI - Little Rock

June 2, 2017

My heart hurts when we lose one, especially one of our own, his family needs to know that he was a hero giving up his life in the line of duty

Sergeant Jim King
Arkansas State Police

June 1, 2017

Man was just sitting in the Troop Room and looked at Jimmy's and Tim Ghoshon's Pictures on the wall, sitting pretty on them motorcycles.
Miss them both!

Sgt.
ASP

June 1, 2017

Never forgotten. Semper Vigilo

Detective Constable Graham Shivas
Police Service of Scotland

November 21, 2016

Still remember the day and your voice on the radio checking 10-8 that morning. Will never forget.

Lt. Jeff Sheeler
Arkansas State Police

June 1, 2016

Jimmie, it's been quite a few years since we were cutting up and getting smart back at DET 030 at the UofA. Last time we talked was 1992, I reckon. Glad I found this page, wanted to say I miss you, and sorry your time came far too quickly. You were one of the best, and missed by many. Hope you're keeping watch on us from above.

CW4 Dave Mozden
US Army and dear friend

December 26, 2015

Jimmie it's been 13 years since you've gone to be with the Lord. I miss you everyday and will always remember your sense of humor and kind heart.

Special Agent David Chastain (retired)
Arkansas State Police

June 19, 2015

My little brother, what do I say. I love you, I miss you. I remember the day you were born; Dad was so happy to have a son...he didn't know then what kind of son you would become. But I digress. You came home and then I remember you crying...and crying.... Then I remember carrying you around on my hip. Taking you places with me in the neighborhood, whether it was in Illinois or in the Philippines. Remember riding on that back of that water buffalo? So many wonderful memories. I was always so proud of my little brother. Riding your big wheel on two wheels, your love of models, the diorama of the train set that totally consumed the back patio, your bunny rabbit. I could go on and on. Fast forward to adulthood. I think of the kind of human being you were...caring, protective....I remember arguing with Mom and you jumping to her defense. You loved Mom with all your being and you would protect her always. What do I say about Dad; you worshiped him. You modeled yourself in his image. You were his best friend and he yours. Then you became a husband, and what a husband. Devoted; I think that says it best...yes, completely devoted. To others you were a friend, and you meant something different to each of them. The kind of friend you can count on and trust. Some even trusted you with their lives. I would be surprised to learn you ever had an enemy. People talk about character, it's so easy to describe using words, but I believe you lived those words and did it with ease. It came naturally to you; it's just how you were. Kind, gentle, honest, hard working, and dependable. Have I mentioned how funny you were? Hilarious, always making us laugh with your impressions...Chris Farley was the best. But in the end Jimmie, I think of you as beloved. BELOVED...my beloved little brother...little Jimmie or wee Jimmie as Mom would say. We are all still here Jimmie, we still miss you, and it still hurts. It really physically hurts; I suppose that it always will. But we are thankful to have had you in our lives, grateful for you. So very blessed to have had you as our Son, our Brother, our Husband and our Friend. Wee Jimmie....much beloved.

Sheryl Spieldenner
Big sister..

June 1, 2015

Jimmie – I remember this day as if it were yesterday. I think of you often remembering the great times at PCSO before you left to go work with ASP.

A Forever Friend
PCSO

June 1, 2015

For our family it has been 13 empty years today without you but in some ways it seems like yesterday. We hurt for you every day and miss you so much. Love you, Dad

Captain Jimmie H. White I Retired
Pulaski County Sheriffs Department

June 1, 2015

Time may have passed but you are not forgotten. I believe as long as someone remembers you or speaks your name, you are still with us.
Thank you for your heroism.
GOD Bless

Detention Officer A.Zambito
Texas

June 1, 2015

Jimmie - we had a blast working together. I remember the laughs we had with Todd when we were working a shift in the jail.

Friend from PCSO
PCSO

June 2, 2014

Thinking of you today. I still remember 12 years ago..sunny Saturday dayshift. can still hear you checking 10-8..
we miss you and you are not forgotten bro.

Trooper
Arkansas State Police

June 1, 2014

Jimmie,

It has been twelve years since you passed. I just got my email that Captain Eremea still sends out to remind us. We had a blast in Troop School, and those memories of the DI's (Brooks, Wicker, Eremea) yelling at us will never leave my memories- God Bless!

Asp Corporal
Ark State Police

June 1, 2014

It doesn't seem like it's been 12 years since you left us ... you're always missed and never forgotten!!

SGT Andrea D. Rockefeller
Lonoke County S.O.

June 1, 2014

Jimmie,
We still miss you. You died doing three things that you loved - being an Arkansas State Trooper, riding a Harley and escorting the Blue Angels. Your great humor and impersonations will never be forgotten. You are a shining example of what is right. I know you are watching over us and riding Harleys in heaven with Tim.

Fellow Trooper
Arkansas State Police

June 3, 2013

Jimmy, I was just thinking of you today. I have told my kids about our exploits at the U of A.... well most of them. You were a great friend and taught me so much about enjoying life. I'll bring you a beer and stick of Beamans. Miss you brother. God Bless.

Marty Autrey
Friend

June 1, 2013

Jimmy was my riding partner when the ASP had the motorcycle squad, we rode side by side on many occasions. He was one of the best and I considered him one of my closet friends. I'll never forget him...Gods speed Jimmy!!

Cpl Billy J. Tester (ret)
Arkansas State Police

June 1, 2013

9 years ago today. You are not forgotten.

Sergeant Jeff Sheeler
Arkansas State Police

June 1, 2011

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