Death Notices & Obituaries

Ian Mark White

Mr. Ian Mark White Lamphey The death occurred suddenly but peacefully at his home recently of well known local baker and businessman, Mr. Ian White of Lamphey. He was 68. In accordance with Ian's wishes, the funeral will take place privately. All further enquiries may be made to John Roberts & Son, Funeral Directors, 51, Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6AN, Tel. 01646 683115 who are carrying out the arrangements.



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  • Eva Grimmettsays...

    So sorry to hear the news. I grew up holidaying in the area and visiting the bakery, and as an adult and mum myself have continued to visit whenever in the area. Ian's doughnuts and tarts were legendary and worth the huge queues. The bakery was truly one of a kind as was Ian and will be missed deeply. The end of an era. My condolences to his family.
  • Christopher Tallissays...

    May Mr Ian White Rest In Perfect Peace. My name is Mrs Carol Tallis ( née Greaves ) and I was born in Barton House High Street Pembroke which was lived in by my grandparents Mr & Mrs Horace Thomas . Horace was a tailor . One day in the early 1960's grandfather Horace parked his car in front of the castle for a rest and unfortunately did not engage the handbrake. In went the car and Horace into the mud and of course there was a commotion witnessed by the 10 year old Ian White ! Whenever I with my family went into The Golden Crust Bakery to buy the delicious bread, rolls and doughnuts Ian would retell the story ! All my family either from Barton House or visiting would make The Golden Crust a highlight of our stays in Pembroke going back to Mr White's grandfather and father then of course Ian . Delicious scrumptious bread and as he would say " when the sign is out I'm about " We will miss Ian so very much and condolences to his family.
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