Eugene Gene White was born to Yolanda Joyce Ross and Eugene Nicholson on the 26th of October 1978 in Jamaica Queens, New York. Gene graduated class of 1996 from Hammonton High School, and aspired to become a writer, motivational speaker, musical artist, and entrepreneur. Eugene will be remembered as being a caring and compassionate soul, who was a source of inspiration and positivity in several communities, especially with the youth. His generosity, warmth, and genuine concern for the well-being of others made him widely beloved, which is apparent in the way so many people from so many places referred to Eugene as family. It can truly be said that Gene spread love wherever he went.
Gene was preceded in death by his father. Left to honor Gene’s memory are his maternal grandmother, Johnese White; his mother, Yolanda Ross; his sister, Kaylove Allen; his daughter, Jordan Marie Soboloski; his son, Gene Alexander White; and his godson, Jermaine Ayala, as well as his Godfamily; Joann Johnson, Heather Johnson-Smith (Carey), Robert Johnson (Natasha), and Hilliary Johnson), his "adoptive" family The Beyerles, and his special friend and her family; Laura Sadler, Duane Hoke, Amber Hoke, Alivia Hoke and Marlie Hoke, along with a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews, Cousins, and Friends. Although Eugene will be deeply missed, his memory lives on.