Cliff White, 77 Clifford 'Cliff' Glenwood White died after a lengthy illness on December 2 at Brockville General Hospital. He was 77. A retired teacher and avid outdoorsman, Mr. White had been retired for 21 years. He was born in Nova Scotia on January 14, 1927, to Atwood White and the former Etta McCulloch. He received his education in Nova Scotia. In his early years, Mr. White travelled west, working in the bush in Alberta, followed by a stint in B.C. He returned to teacher's college in Nova Scotia and earned his shop teacher's diploma and continued to seek education in sterling silver jewelry making, lapidary work and finally, earned a science degree in wood technology. He married Janet Freeman in Nova Scotia in 1954. Along with his wife, Mr. White moved to Quebec, where he taught in Knowlton and Lachute. In 1971, the family moved to Ottawa, where Mr. White accepted a position with the Carleton Board of Education. After his retirement in 1983, the family spent most of their time at their weekend home on County Road 2 just east of Prescott. In the late 1980s, the Whites opened an antique shop near their home. He is survived by his wife, Janet, his sons, Kelly and his wife Sharron Morin of Aylmer, Quebec, Kim and wife Terri of Kanata, Kevin and wife Mary Jane Larose of Bourget and Kirby, of Prescott. He is also survived by brothers Lincoln of Thorne, Maurice of Spryfield, Nova Scotia, Lionel of Truro, Nova Scotia and Bobby of Halifax and grandchildren Kristin, Katie, Doug, Ben, Nick, Jennifer and Jessica. He was predeceased by his parents, sisters Mildred, Pansy, Marie, Verna and Dorothy and brothers Philip, Kenneth and Winthrop. Friends and family gathered at the Barclay Funeral Home in Brockville on December 11 where a memorial service was conducted by Rev. G.L. Howard of Cardinal Presbyterian Church. Burial followed at Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Published in Section b, page 10 in the Friday, December 24, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 4:38:04 PM Friday, December 24, 2004.