Ronald White

Ronald White, along with Smokey Robinson, was one of the founding members of the Motown group the Miracles. He co-wrote with Robinson the classics "My Girl," "Don't Look Back," and "You Beat Me to the Punch." He also played a key role in the career of Stevie Wonder. Robinson met White when both were preteens. White was the neighborhood paper boy. As adults, the two recorded as the duo Ron and Bill for Chess Records.