His memory will forever be with all who knew and loved him.
  • 71 years old
  • Born on January 25, 1922 in Black Brook, Wisconsin, United States.
  • Passed away on August 13, 1993 in Fridley, Minnesota, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of my Dad, Carl M Warner.  Born on January 25, 1922 and passed away on August 13, 1993, 71 years young.  His wife and four living children and their families were at his side.  We will remember him always and miss him forever.

Posted by Sheri Johns-Howe on 23rd February 2017
I thought of you today. I often do.
Posted by Terry Johns on 10th February 2016
Dad, you would be 94 this year and I know in my heart you would still be loving life. Aunt Lucy is still doing well in her 90s so it was possible. Fate took you much too early and, even after 23 years, I want to scream against the unfairness. I look into the faces of my & Bob's grandkids and my great-grandsons and I see you. I find comfort in knowing that you live on in them as you will in their children. When I hug one of them, I close my eyes and know you are there, in me and in them and I feel some peace. Always loving daughter Terry
Posted by Bob Warner on 26th January 2016
You are one person that should still be here,you loved life and lived it to its fullest. . miss you, your loving son BOB
Posted by Terry Johns on 25th January 2015
Happy Birthday to my Dad who would have been 93 today. I love and miss you very much.
Posted by Bob Warner on 25th January 2014
I miss you every day Dad, you were my hero and I'll always think and miss you. lov your son and proud of it, BOB
Posted by Terry Johns on 23rd November 2012
A twinkling smile that suggested a secret, blue-blue eyes, and a deep love of family and country. He was my world and I loved him with my whole being. He was my hero, my mentor, my friend, my teacher, my confidante and my Viking knight in shining armor. I was told he almost passed out with excitement when I was born; when he died I thought I would pass out from the pain. I miss you Dad!

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