RN3 James B Warnsing
  • 43 years old
  • Date of birth: Jul 23, 1965
  • Date of passing: Jan 29, 2009
Let the memory of RN3 James be with us forever

James B. Warnsing, age 43 of E. Main St, Clarion, PA. died 1/28/09 in the Clarion Hospital after a long illness. He was born in McKeesport, Pa, on July 23, 1965. Father-Donald Warnsing Sr, Mother-Rose Ambler Warnsing. He was married on March 22, 2002 to Cheri Stromyer who survives. A 1984 graduate of Maury High School in Virginia.   Mr. Warnsing served in the US Navy 1984 to 1996 as a radioman (RM2), medically retired due to illness contracted during Desert Storm. He was director/Owner of the High Rollers Drill Team for the past 14 years. He enjoyed teaching children from all over the Tri-County area.  He was an avid steeler Fan and was looking forward to the super bowl. Also he was looking forward to the birth of his first grandchild, Serenity JaLynn Warnsing. Was a patient of Renal Care of Clarion and had been a previous volunteer for Passages in Clarion County.   Survivors, his father, Donald and his wife Peggy Warnsing  Sr of Nokomis, IL, his mother, Rose Warnsing-Spotsylvania, VA, Wife-Cheri Warnsing of Clarion, 1-son, Kenneth Warnsing-Elyria, OH, 2-daughters, Mandalyn Warnsing-Clarion, Melinda Warnsing-at home, 4-brothers, Donald Warnsing Jr of DuBois, Joe McKittrick-Knox, Randy Best-St Petersburg, PA, Sean Summerville of Strattanville, 1-niece Meghyn Warnsing and 1-Nephew Zayne Summerville. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Joseph & Tillie Ambler, Paternal Grandparents, Wayne & Myrtle Warnsing and an Uncle Jack Summerville.

He was dedicated to helping children in the community by Organizing a
Roller Skating Drill Teal known as the High Rollers. He was a
Pittsburg Steeler Fanatic and loved Fanasy Football. He umpired Little
League Games in The Norfolk Va. Area. He Loved His Country and felt an
obligation and duty to serve.

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