Jean G. Wolf (Dr. Jean White)
June 29, 1927 ~ August 11, 2008
Greece: Monday, August 11, 2008, at age 81. Survived by her husband of 51 years, Robert Wolf; daughters, Susan (David) Bird, Sandra Wolf (Ron Gerrard); son, David (Jennifer) Wolf; grandchildren, Holly & Jeffrey Bird, Caroline Gerrard, Ethan & Ellery Wolf; nieces and nephew. Jean was a family Physician who practiced in Greece for over 40 years. Family and Friends may call Thursday 4-7PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Service will follow calling Thursday at 7:00 PM in the Chapel of the Funeral Home. Private Interment, Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Unity Health Foundation in her memory.
Dr. Jean White was our family physician for my entire childhood and she remained my family physician after I got married and had children as well.
We had 7 children in our family when I was growing up and Dr. White never once hesitated to come directly to our home to administer care. I can remember one particular visit where she lined us all up on the couch and determined that we all had bad colds and strep throat. Out came the needles and she gave us shots one by one.
My mother is now 84 years old and she still talks about Dr. White. In fact, we just had a conversation about Dr. White about two weeks ago.
Dr. White has been missed by my entire family since she retired her practice. She was a wonderful doctor and friend to my mother. She will remain in our hearts forever.
I haven’t been able to find a personal care physician who can compare to Dr. White. I went to her for years before moving across town. I had doctors for basic things. But, when I really had a problem, I’d go running back to Dr. White. And, she’d always be able to fix it. God bless and keep her. My condolences to Dr. White’s family.
So sorry to hear of Dr. White’s passing. Growing up she was our family physician in the late 60’s and all through the 70’s.
When I was little I was always coming down with whatever seemed to be going around and Dr. White always seemed to have the right medical solution.
My Mother thought the world of Dr. White and at one time or another each of us (my two brothers, and sister) were treated by her for some ailment.
My thoughts go out to her family as she will be missed.
Soory we can’t be there to pay our respects but our deepest sympathy to the family.
Don and Alice
We too were talking about Dr. White just the other day. What a wonderful and caring person she was! I remember calling her from the 1000 Islands for advice when one of the girls was running a fever and again when Don’s bursitis was acting up. I enjoyed running into her at Northgate Plaza shopping the sidewalk sales just as we were. She was a down-to-earth human being who always made us feel better both physically and mentally.
With our deepest regards, we offer out sympathy for the Wolf familys loss.
We suffer with you through you son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren.