Deborah (Wilson) Regina White-Rose in 1968 CAHS Yearbook and later.


Deborah Regina White-Rose was born on September 4, 1950, in Indianapolis, Indiana. “Her parents, Mr. Roscoe S. Wilson and Mrs. Bonita M. Wilson, although young, were determined to raise a child who had opportunities that exceeded theirs. Deborah attended George Washington Carver School #87 in Indianapolis, Indiana. When not in school, Deborah spent time with her grandparents, Ruby and Lee West, who were her roots. Deborah continued her education at historic Crispus Attucks High School, where she graduated with honors in 1968. Deborah was honored as a Betty Crocker Award recipient, and was voted senior class secretary. See:

Later, Deborah attended Ball State University, then transferred to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. While there, Deborah pledged Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. She married her high school sweetheart, Mr. Delbert White, Sr. To this union, three children were born: infant White, Delbert, Jr., and DeMeita. Over the years, Delbert, Jr., and DeMeita brought her much joy! They both graduated from high school and from college. Deborah's children chose career paths that followed her passions. Delbert became a chef and DeMeita became a teacher. Deborah was employed with Indianapolis Public Schools after graduation. She earned a master's degree and worked at Wood High School, William A. Bell #60, Shortridge Middle School, Arlington High School and Harshman Middle School.”

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