Vanna White parents Obituary: Miguel Angel Rosich Obituary, Joan Marie Rosich Obituary

Vanna White

Vanna White (born Vanna Marie Rosich on February 18, 1957) is an American television host who has hosted Wheel of Fortune since 1982.

Miguel Angel Rosich

Miguel Angel Rosich was an American celebrity parent widely known for being the father of Vanna White.

Miguel Angel Rosich Obituary

Miguel Angel Rosich’s obituary is not publicly available, however, Vanna’s step father obituary is publicly available.

Herbert Stackley White Jr. passed away on Friday April 1st, 2022. He was 96 (and ½) years old. We included the ½ because every single day mattered to him.

He had such a sly sense of humor that it’s no wonder he chose April Fool’s Day to leave. He wanted to bring us one last touch of laughter.

Herbert was born September 6th, 1925 in the Dillon/Olanta SC area. He was preceded in death by his father and mother Herbert S. White Sr and Marie Brockington White along with his older siblings Delores, Jack, Herbert Jr (oddly after this Herbert died soon after birth they later named dad Herbert Jr), Virginia Carmichael, Frances Gordon and younger brother Delong White, a daughter Paula Kelly Vinesett and son Chris Smith, along with two wives, JoAnn Spencer Celani and Joan Nicholas White.

He has been happily married to Paula Bayne White for 40 years. They have had an amazing life together. He is the father of Joe Spencer White (Orlando), Vanna White (John), Chip White (Eve), Dawn Lee, Hope Norbech (James) and Grandfather to Richard and Michael Cook, Elizabeth Ann Vinesett, Tea Norbech, Kyra Ethridge, Brittany Alloway, Kit Smith and Crawford White. Plus a host of great-grand-children.

It truly is difficult to describe his life on paper. For close to 66 years he called North Myrtle Beach (Cherry Grove and Crescent Beach) home.

He LOVED this community; was proud of the growth he saw and did all he could to make it a better place for people to live and vacation. Wherever he traveled he told folks of this wonderful beach that he called home.

Here he ran restaurants, a hot dog stand, worked 20+ years in Post Office (Crescent, Windy Hill and Main branch), sold real estate until he completely lost his eyesight. Even then he would wander to the office and chat with other agents’ potential buyers.

He quietly helped others without bragging or expecting anything in return. He would help young professionals learn the real estate ropes from the law to selling.

He silently helped families in need with donations of goods and money, and always gave generously to his town.

He also had his strong political opinions and loved America, ‘his country’ as he called it. He was often seen wearing his Korean War Veteran cap and talking with other vets about their service. He supported and honored all vets.

He didn’t like the spotlight although received tons of attention. He was always dressed to the nines in his sports coat, slacks, button up shirt and nice dress shoes. Everyone loved Herbert!

The world knew how proud he was of his wife and family. We can only hope he knew how proud we were of him and the man he was. How grateful we are for the love, the life lessons and wonderful memories he provided for all of us.

Yes, there are so many things we left out, couldn’t remember, didn’t have space for or honestly still don’t know about him. He lived a full and happy life.

We will miss him, we will cherish the time we had with him, we will continue to share tears, love, laughter and tales among family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, feel free to make a donation to your favorite charity.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the White family.

Joan Marie Rosich Obituary

Ms. Vanna White (born February 18th, 1957 as “Vanna Marie Rosich”) died quietly in a lonely hospice on August 27th, 2022 (TBV) with her favorite son nearby. Her cause of death was assumed to be due to a nasty car crash. She was 65 years old when she passed.

Vanna is survived by her parents, Joan Marie Nicholas and Miguel Angel Rosich, beloved husband George Santo Pietro as well as her personal support alpaca, Harry.

Professionally, Vanna was a TV Personality who was best known for her career as the lovely helper/turner/co-host on the American TV game show “Wheel of Fortune”.

When she was not working as a TV Personality, Vanna was known for her love of crossword puzzles and she would spend decades most Mondays engulfed in searching for words. Ms. White (also known as Van) also spent a millennia visiting with her older sister most Thursdays when she was able to spare a quantity of decades.

Ever since she was a girl in Conway, many remember Vanna as a sweetheart with fantastic anecdotes that pleased everyone. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a paltry donation to the Heart Foundation in Vanna’s honor.

A funeral and wake is scheduled for Thursday the 18th at the cemetery in Conway. The service will commence at 2PM with a reception to follow hosted by her older sister at the funeral home where stiff drinks will be served. All are welcome to the visitation to be held at cemetery at 1PM.

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