Marlow White's swords and sabers have ceremonial blades. As such, they are built to strict military regulations to be used in drills, ceremonies, and displays. These blades are of the highest quality but are not sharpened for use as a weapon.
Mrs. Marlow White
Halene White, known to us as Mrs. Marlow White, turns 90 on St. Patrick’s Day. She married Marlow White (1915-1987) in 1968, moved to Leavenworth in 1971, and has been pivotal in building Marlow White Uniforms into what it is today. Read the Leavenworth Times article: For Mrs. Marlow White, almost 90, life has been anything but uniform.
We wish her a happy 90th birthday and would love to hear from you. If you want to share any of your stories about working with Mrs. White or would like to send her a birthday greeting, send your message to Kevin and we will get it posted on this page.
I want to wish the best Grandma a wonderful 90th birthday... You show each of us what a pillar of strength and hard work is supposed to look like everyday. Love you, Leslie,Tanya,Cole, Landen and Zac Abbott
From Facebook: Happy Birthday Mrs. White (Deborah Messer-Sieg)
Happy Birthday Mrs. White!
I well remember 14 years ago (when you were 76) training with you on Quickbooks so you could streamline the company payroll, and 12 years ago (when you were 78) helping you learn Microsoft Great Plains Dynamics for managing Accounts Payable! How many people in their 70's or even 80's are keeping their minds sharp by embracing technology and learning new things?
If the Lord still has me here on earth when I'm in my upper 70's or even 80's, I want to follow your example and be working hard, learning new things, and making positive contributions to society and others!
Happy Birthday, and may God bless you with many more productive years!
From Facebook: Happy Birthday Mrs. White! (James Breckinridge)
It was such a pleasure working at Marlow white Uniforms, and having those little white furry dogs that belong to Mrs. White prance through the shipping department (aka, team awesome). This was always a sign that the cheerful Mrs. White was in the building! She is a living legend of this wonderful company and has a heart the size of Kansas :)