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Baron Perry Warner

Born: Wed., Apr. 9, 1941
Died: Tue., Feb. 26, 2019


Memorial Gathering

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Sat., Mar. 02, 2019
Location: First Presbyterian Church


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Baron Perry Warner passed away February 26, 2019 at home with his Daughter Tammy by his side who cared him for 5 years. He was born to Ruben Swartz Warner and Mary Elizabeth Lake Pickering Warner in Georgetown IL On April 9th 1941. He married Shirley Ann Ritter on January 23, 1961, they were married 38 years before her passing in 1998. As a young child he worked potato and onion fields in Idaho with his family. He lived a full life with many great accomplishments, he was a cement finisher for many companies for over 50 years. In the late 60’s he became a member of The Danville Civil Defense. In 1972 he joined the Danville Auxiliary Police where he served and held many offices for over 35 years in which time he earned several awards and numerous trophies for sharpshooter and marksman. He served as a Security Guard in several places not limited to the Danville area such as Danville ball stadium, Burger King on Main Street and Many New Year’s eve’s at I and I Skate Land. He served as security at the YWCA woman shelter for many years. He had a great love for family. He spent many years hunting, fishing and gardening. He took great pride in his blue ribbon cabbages.  He is survived by two sisters Karen Drury of Sutton, Alaska, Brucene Hill of Aston, Idaho a bother, Travis (Linda) Pickering of Idaho. 4 children; Perry (Pam) Warner of Catlin, Tammy Warren of Danville. Chris Warner of Danville, Kathy (Tim Staley) Bryant of Danville, 8 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 2 on the way. He was excitedly waiting on his first great great-grand child. Also surviving, his two dogs, Misty Dawn and Dan, whom he loved dearly. The family would like to take this time to thank his friends John Fermin, Richard Dicken, Brian Gillen and his grandson in law Dusty Long for the love and time spent. Services will be Saturday March 2nd at first Presbyterian Church on North and Franklin in Danville from 1-4pm. This is a memorial only no viewing. Please bring a covered dish along with any stories or memories you would like to share. Pastor Ann Schwartz will share a Bible passage, Dusty long will say a few words before the dinner and memory sharing. Online condolences: www.rortvedtfuneralservices.com.

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jim, janice donaldson
   Posted Wed February 27, 2019
To all Warner family, I am so very sorry for your loss.

Susan
   Posted Thu February 28, 2019
Tammy- So sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I am sure Misty and Dan are missing him as well. take care

Laura (Hughes) Williams
   Posted Fri March 01, 2019
I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of your father. I remember him fondly growing up, and he also worked with my mom, Shielia Hughes, at the Y's Women Shelter for several years. He was a giant of a man! Thinking of you all, Laura

Jerry Wright
   Posted Mon March 04, 2019
I am truly saddened by the passing of Perry. I worked construction with Perry and then later when I became a Police Officer in Danville. He was a GREAT man, truly a Great man. We had so many good times together. I have no doubt he has attained his eternal reward.
Sincerely.
Jerry Wright

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