August 31, 2022

Pierce Lee White

October 16, 1993 – August 29, 2022

Pierce Lee White, 28, home builder and business owner in Lincoln, NE, died on August 29th in a traffic accident. Pierce was born on October 16th, 1993, in Lincoln, NE, the son of Brad Lee White and Christine R. (Lilius) White.

A memorial service is planned for 10 am Saturday, September 3rd, at Faith Bible Church in Lincoln, NE. There will be a public viewing beforehand from 9 am to 10 at the church building. Pastor Jon Hastings of Manhattan, KS will be presiding. Reception afterwards with cake, ice cream, and balloons, as he instructed, and burial at Hickman Cemetery at 2:30 pm.

Pierce was home schooled through junior high school and attended Lincoln East High and Lincoln High for high school. Pierce was a man of many talents and could have done anything he wanted, from cyber-security to undercover operations, but he liked building and making things. In recent years, he ran his own construction company XRenovations, building houses in Lincoln and the surrounding areas.

He was loved and respected by his family, employees, co-workers, business partners and his many friends.

Pierce enjoyed riding his motorcycle, and especially enjoyed riding together as a group. Several of his friends and siblings will be riding in the procession to the cemetery for one last ride with him. Anyone is welcome to join the group.

Pierce was preceded in death only by his grandparents, Vernon and Karen White. He was survived by his grandparents, Bryan and Janet Lilius, parents, Brad and Christine (Lilius) White, his brothers and sisters, Rosemary, Priscilla and husband Augusto Salazar, Joel, Troy, Lance, Valerie, Bethany, Andrea and fiancé Christopher Wattermann, Grant, Craig, Scott, Flint, Mark, and Elizabeth White, aunts and uncles, Gary and Laura White, Brenda White, Katie Sotelo, and nine cousins.

Funeral service will be held, 10:00 a.m. September. 3, 2022 at Faith Bible Church, Lincoln. Reception to follow. Visitation will take place 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. prior to the service, at Faith Bible Church. Memorials may be directed to Vintage Faith Church, 530 Osage Street, Manhattan, Kansas 66802.


  1. Brad, my sincere condolences to you and your entire family. Nothing anyone can say will take away your grief at this time, but at least through your strong faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, you know Pierce is in a far better place now, and you will see him again some day.

  2. I am so sorry to hear about Pierce. I heard about the accident, not realizing I knew someone involved. I remember Pierce baking up a storm in your kitchen when we were in your life group. He always kept busy. I cannot imagine what you are going through. He’s in a great place. You will see him again someday in Heaven.

  3. Our Thoughts and Prayers To The Family!
    Pierce Was A Wonderful Person!
    He Will Be Very Missed!

  4. Brad and Chris and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you all and will continue to pray for you.
    (Bryan and Janet are my dear friends here in San Antonio and we will be praying for them and you all here in SAT.)

    • Miss ya Pierce more than I’da guessed. Yes I think! Chuckle.
      it’s not approved you got there first. Since you did please hold me a seat at the heavenly reunion party. See ya there!


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