Born in Abilene, Texas
February 11, 1932
July 1, 2002
Born in Meduno, Italia
January 14, 1943
Back of headstone
1985 - 1997 - Judge, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
1983 - 1984 - Legal Counsel, Texas Parks and Wildlife
1977 - 1982 - Bexar County District Attorney
1963 - 1977 - Assistant District Attorney, Bexar County
1962 - 1963 - San Antonio Municipal Court Prosecutor
1962 - Doctor of Jurisprudence St. Mary Law School
Distinguished Graduate Recognized - 1988
1957 - Bachelor of Business Arts, University of Texas
President of the Texas District Attorney's Assoc.
Vice-President of the National District Attorney's Assoc.
Chairman of the Prosecutor's Council of Texas
Member of the Board of Directors of the State Bar of Texas
1950 - 1953 - Texas Longhorn 3 Year Football Letterman
1953 - Cotton Bowl Champion
1952 - Southwest Conference Champion
1949 - All-State Quarterback Denton High School
Bill M. White
SP3 US Army
Feb. 11, 1932 ~ July 1, 2002
||Bill Marvin White
||Section:Patriots' Hill, Section 2 (A)
|Reason for Eligibility:
||Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals
||February 11, 1932
||July 1, 2002
||July 5, 2002
WHITE, BILL M. (1932 ? 2002). Former Judge Bill M. White was born February 11, 1932 in Abilene, Texas. He received his B.B.A from the University of Texas where he also played football for three years. He later graduated from St. Mary?s School of Law and began practicing in 1961. He started his career as a Prosecutor in San Antonio?s Municipal Court and then in the Bexar County District Attorney?s Office.
After 15 years as the Assistant District Attorney, White was appointed by Governor Briscoe to be the Criminal District Attorney of Bexar County. He was elected to the State Court of Criminal Appeals in 1985 and served 12 years, retiring in 1997.
He was married to Giovanna White for 36 years and had three children: Frances Ann, Adrianna White and John Marvin White.