Perrish Ni-Cole White, 43, of Moore, OK cruised into Eternal Rest on July 30, 2021. He passed peacefully with his wife by his side. Perrish’s smile lit up the room. His laugh was contagious. His heart was full. From the moment Perrish met his wife (Charla) in October 1995, their hearts connected, their souls intertwined. Although they met with many challenges over the years, God blessed them with finding their way back to each other. Perrish was happy to be her King and Peace here on Earth and she was blessed to be his Queen and True Love.
Perrish’s favorite things included: His kids and grandkids (he was super proud of them); His sisters (he loved unconditionally and enjoyed being a big brother); His friends (all of which were really family); His family (who meant so much); music (can you hear him singing or rapping); football (always the QB); basketball (never caring he was so small); shoes (especially Jordans); and hats (too many to count).
Perrish had two true loves (which were often in disagreement). His wife that he told every day and his cars (which he drove her crazy wanting to buy just “1 more”). His “adult version Hot Wheels” kept him entertained as he was always searching for ways to improve them or add to his collection. His goal was to have a garage bigger than his house to fit all his toys. Charla always wanted to see him smile so against her occasional better judgement, she always told him “Yes baby, we can buy that one!”
Perrish is survived by: His wife, Charla; Five children, Fabion, Jaycia, Jarvis (JT), Corey (CJ), and Joshua (JW); Two grandchildren, Zaydon and Scarlett; His mother, Marguertia; Mother-in-Law, Judy; Sisters, Ohnie and Kaelynn; Brother-in-Law/Sister-in-Law Curtis and Mel; and a slew of extended family. He is proceeded in death by many relatives who loved him. In addition to his immediate family, Perrish leaves behind an incredible extended family and friends. If you knew Perrish, you knew you were loved! Perrish, we miss you already.
Services to celebrate his life are pending.
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