Harry W. White City police lieutenant

September 13, 1990

Services for Harry W. White, a retired lieutenant in the Baltimore Police Department who had been a World War II fighter pilot, will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the St. James United Methodist Church, Lexington and Monroe streets.

Mr. White, who was 66 and lived on Burleith Avenue, died Sunday at Sinai Hospital after a stroke.

He retired in 1985 as a lieutenant in the Traffic Division, where he spent most of his 28-year police career.

Before World War II he worked for the Glenn L. Martin Co., and afterward he worked for the post office.

During the war, he was a pilot in the 99th Fighter Squadron of the Army Air Forces after completing training at the Tuskegee Institute.

A native of Baltimore, he was a graduate of Dunbar High School and took traffic courses at Northwestern University.

Mr. White is survived by his wife, the former Pauline C. Loving of West Baltimore; three daughters, Linda Perdie and Wanda A. White, both of Baltimore, and Pauline Chandler of Los Angeles; two sons, Donald Matthews and Craig J. White, both of Baltimore; four sisters, Marceline Sitney, Laura White, Mary B. Carter and Bertha W. May, all of Baltimore; and seven grandchildren.

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