Edgar P E White
Edgar was an active member of the Union Club and the Mantoloking Yacht Club, a past Master of the Holland Lodge in New York, and a longtime trustee of St. Simon’s-by-the-Sea in Mantoloking.
He is survived by Mrs. White (Dorothy Jeanne Fuhrer); his daughters, Cynthia W. Rossini, Miss Daphne L. White of Riverside, CT, and Mrs. Cornelius E. Sigety (Virginia White) of Pipersville, PA; and his grandchildren, C. Edgar, Bradford E. and Cornelia R. Sigety.
Edgar Pardee Earle White died at the age of 84 on January 7, 2014, surrounded by his wife and three daughters. He had been a lifelong resident of Manhattan and Mantoloking, NJ.
Mr. White was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Wheeler White (Virginia Earle). A graduate of Allen Stevenson, Groton and Harvard (class of 1952), Mr. White served in counterintelligence during the Korean War and worked as a stockbroker and financial printer on Wall Street. He was predeceased by his identical twin brother, Sumner W. White III, with whom he won a gold medal aboard the 5.5-meter yacht Complex II at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, along with the late Dr. Britton Chance.