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William Warner

William Leonard "Bill" Warner

Friday, August 18th, 1933 - Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020
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It is with sadness we announce the passing of our Dad (Bill) Warner. Dad passed away suddenly September 23, 2020 in Red Deer Alberta. Dad was born in Winfield Alberta August 18, 1933.He was the youngest of six children. Dad grew up in the Springvale area as well as in Red Deer. Growing up Dad enjoyed playing various sports, playing his fiddle with his pals in the Orchestra the Rhythm Wranglers. He as well developed his extraordinaire talent for dancing. All of these passions he carried through his life, he played his fiddle till he was in his 80’s. He enjoyed watching sports of all kinds and would always know what season it was and what sport the “kids” were playing. Dad was predeceased by the love of his life Joyce after 50 years of marriage. He was also predeceased by His parents Hubert and Mary Warner, brothers Windy, Bun, sisters Ethel and Iola, as well as Nieces and Nephews. Dad is survived by his loving “big” Sister Louise. His three children, Perry and Sheryl Warner, Daphne Warner and John Moore, Rob and Sharon Warner. Grandchildren Erin and Duncan McKay, Staci and Bart Patton, Brett and Carole Warner, Kurt O’Neill, Tessa O’Neill, Ariana Warner and Caryssa Warner, his Great Grandchildren Claire, Fletcher, Sullivan, Berkley, Carson and Ellie, as well as many nieces and nephews who all held a special place within his heart. We will miss Dad deeply and treasure his memory forever.
It is with great sadness we have to say, due to Covid 19 restrictions and the amount of family and acquaintances Dad has we will be having a private family service. Please feel free at a later date to visit Dad’s final resting place in the Delburne Cemetery to say your goodbyes.In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Delburne Minor Hockey or Delburne Minor Ball. Both of these were very near and dear to his heart.
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Barbara(Munn) Gough

Posted at 01:54pm
My deepest Sympathy to Perry,Daphne,Rob, and Families,on the passing of their Dad. My memories of Bill and Joyce, goes back a few years. At the Family Reunions that were held in the Big Bend School. But mostly the music and Dancing. They were awesome to watch.May you find strength in the love of Family,and in the warm embrace friends.And the many memories,you hold in your Heart.RIP Bill
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Bev Hartel

Posted at 01:23pm
Our deepest sympathies to Perry, Daphne, and Rob and their families on the loss of their Dad/ Grandpa.
Bill was Dalton’s best friend since their high school years. They always had so much in common. They were always working on creating and building some project together. If Dalton wasn’t at home it was usually because he was out at Delburne.
They also had a deep passion for music. They played at many dances and jams together over the years . Bill on his fiddle and Dalton on his Tenor guitar or banjo.
Joyce and I always tagging along and we also became the best of friends.
I believe Bill and Dalton are together once again,” chewing the fat” and fiddlin’ and strummin’ all the old time classics.
“If we listen close I’ll bet we can hear them “
Marg Jeffrey And Family.
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Ben Smith

Posted at 12:47am
Very sorry to hear of Bills passing. I first met Bill in the early 70's Bill was running Backhoe for Cliff Campbell and were working for the City of Red Deer. Bill was always a happy guy and we had lots of fun at work and also lots of fun after work. My wife Marilyn and I enjoyed going to dances with Bill and Joyce. Our very sincere condolences to all the family. Ben & Marilyn Smith
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