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December 24, 1951 ~ October 8, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Badriyyah Ali White, a resident of Birmingham, AL departed this life to eternal rest on October 8th, 2023. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, October 21st, 2023, 11:00am at New Rising Star Baptist Church.
Badriyyah Ameenah Ali-White, 71, of Birmingham, Alabama, passed away on October 8, 2023, in Birmingham. She was born on December 24, 1951, in Birmingham, Alabama to William and Selena Burks. Badriyyah was a very energetic and outgoing individual. She had a vibrant personality and was known for being the life of the party. She had a kind heart and loved helping people. Badriyyah had a special love for children and was always willing to share her knowledge and wisdom with others. Badriyyah had two previous marriages with Judson Jordan and Jerry White. She is survived by her loving and caring daughter, Danielle; a bonus daughter, Isha; a very special son, Nathaniel; grandsons, Tariq (Ashli) and Christian; granddaughter, Denise and great grandchildren, Laila and Curtis, Jr. Badriyyah is also survived by her sisters, Robin and Cynthia and brothers Ceasar and Alan (Cynthia). She was preceded in death by her father, William; mother, Selena; sisters, Joyce, Eula Jean, Denise, and brother, Roosevelt. Badriyyah attended Ullman High for her high school education and later pursued higher education at Samford University. She had an early career as a paralegal at Henry Penick Law Office, Workforce Development, and as a tutor through Americorp. In her free time, Badriyyah enjoyed watching kids, reading and tending to her flowers. After several years of practicing Islam and becoming a Muslim, she later rededicated her life to Christ and got baptized. Badriyyah worshipped at St. James Missionary Baptist Church and later joined New Rising Star. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.