Benjamin Michael White

December 12, 1974 ~ October 1, 2019

Ben M. White, 44, Sioux Falls, died unexpectedly, Tuesday, October 1, 2019, at his home.

Funeral services will be 7:00pm, Sunday, October 6, 2019, at the Sioux Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church (7100 E 26th St.) with visitation beginning at 5pm.  Interment will be 9am, Monday, October 7th, at Forrest Hill Cemetery in Canton, SD.

Benjamin Michael White was born on December 12, 1974, to Michael White and Wanda Michels. He joined his big sister, Gina (Frog-a-logs) at his birth. Benjamin “Ben,” was eighteen years old when he became a big brother to his brother, Jack, who was the “apple of Ben’s eye”.

Ben grew up in Worthington, MN, and Rochester, MN, but called a few other Minnesota cities home over his childhood as well.  He attended and graduated from Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls. After high school, he continued his education and went on to receive his business degree. Ben also studied for and earned his realtors’ license.

Ben was very ambitious and was successful at most everything he attempted. After he received his business degree and realtors’ license, he became a very successful businessman, realtor, and property manager.  Somewhere along the line, Ben found time to perfect his martial arts skills and achieved the level of 1st Degree Black Belt.

Ben cherished his life composed of the things that he loved the most such as dogs, children, his momma, football, and his savior Jesus.

Ben leaves behind his momma, Wanda; his dad, Michael; his five siblings, Gina, Jack, Jesse, Aaron, and Taylor; his niece, Courtney; nephew, Jordan; and his many friends: Mick, Bryon, Jerry, Jon, and so many more.

Ben will always be in our hearts and will be cherished forever. 

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  • Julie Johnson says:

    Ben I remember when you first got your license! You were so full of life and excitement! Your smile and energy will be greatly missed!
    Julie Johnson, Broker Associate
    RE/MAX Pros. Inc.

  • Laura Baatz says:

    Ben I’ll never forget the time you spent in hills..your sister and I were very close friends in high school. you had a smile on your face always. Throughout the years we have crossed each others paths you have always been such a nice guy and contagious smile. U will be missed greatly.

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