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Eileen Maloney-White

September 22nd, 1956 - July 1st, 2024
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Eileen Maloney-White was born and raised in Glasgow Scotland, she immigrated to British Columbia with her mum, Jeanie, and has lived in many areas of the province such as Williams Lake, White Rock and Victoria where she met her husband of 41 years, John.

Preceded in death by her husband and mother. Survived by her two daughters Caitlyn and Alyson.

Eileen loved her work as a nurse and took great pride in helping those around her. She was a huge animal lover and would have adopted every animal big or small if she could. Eileen was an avid traveler and explored many amazing countries such as Egypt, France, Oman, and Japan. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends who she very much adored.

We will love you forever mum.


Dimitra Tsourpis
July 12th, 2024

To Eileen's family and friends, condolences on behalf of the WTW team that worked with her. She was incredibly special and will be missed.

Cheryl K
July 11th, 2024

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Eileen. She was a dear friend who always brought joy and laughter to those who she encountered. I will miss her sense of humour, sound advice and generous spirit. She was such an amazing human being, I feel privileged to have known her.

Caitlyn and Alison my condolences to you and your family. Please know there was never a day where I spent time with your mom that she did not talk about the two of you, both of you were her everything! If you need anything please do not hesitate to reach out!

Terry McTeer
July 11th, 2024

Caitlyn, Alyson my sincerest condolences on your mom's passing. Eileen was a tireless advocate for the Pilots I and others represented. Her work was absolutely instrumental in ensuring positive outcomes for many, many Jazz Pilots experiencing health issues. She is remembered with respect and gratitude. I will also remember her as a good friend.

Fay Greenwood
July 9th, 2024

To Eileen's family and friends, like many I was shocked and saddened to hear of Eileen's death. I met Eileen when she came to work at Jazz in 2010. We were colleagues until my retirement in 2017. I also think of us as friends during the time we worked together and also after I retired. She was a steady ship in times of turmoil, a wise soul, an adventure seeker, a funny, generous, and passionate soul. RIP dear lady. Enjoy those Walnut Whips in Heaven!

John Dub
July 8th, 2024

My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your wonderful mother 💐❤️
We worked together for many years at Jazz, and she was a trusted and true friend.
She will be missed dearly by her work lunch gang, who luckily got together not long ago!
Alyson and Caitlyn you are in my thoughts, and I am truly sorry for your loss.

Jennifer Foote
July 8th, 2024

I’m am so sorry for your loss Alyson and Caitlyn. Your mom was an extraordinary woman and I’m so happy I got the privilege of working with her for the last number of years at Jazz. She will always hold a special place in my heart and will miss her and our laughs so very much. Condolences to you and your family.

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