Hugh A. Warner Monday, May 7, 1945 - Friday, July 7, 2017

Hugh A. Warner, age 72, died Friday after a short illness. He was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. Preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Warner in 2014. Survived by a son, Brian H. Warner. Services are private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

To all of my cousins of the Warner family my sincere sympathies.  Remember the good times, especially the huge family reunions!

Im so sorry for your loss Brian <3

I know you two were very close. I wish there was something I could do to bring both of your parents back, but unfortunately this world is cruel. You were and still are very fortunate to have had such supportive parents. I'm sure no matter what you do in life, they'll always be beside you.

So sorry for your loss, Brian. My wife and I knew your Dad for a short time but will always remember how funny he was ! He made us laugh, even when we visited him in the hospital ! May he find everlasting life with your mom.

I'm so sorry for your loss.  I went to school with your parents.  They were very loving people.

My sincerest condolences Brian. I am soooo sorry for your loss. IF you need anything you know how to find me.

Hugh, you were a true friend, a shoulder to lean on and an ear that never turned deaf to my words. Thank you for your friendship, your thoughts, the way you listened to me and helped me through my moms death and my dads alzheimers. I will never forget you . I will miss you forever. Say hi to my mom when you see her. Always love you!!! RIP my friend...you were a great person..and one i will never forget.

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I'm truly gonna miss my friend Hugh, we shared some really great times together over the years... Hugh loved life and he loved adventure, I mean who else would drive cross country in a GTO with a Teardrop Trailer a wife and two dogs! Thats the Hugh I knew, he flew by the seat of his pants and always pushed the envelope ... His stories over lunch at Bubba's BBQ were legendary... stories of dating a young Sunbeam Bread girl named Barbara, stories of a scared young kid being shipped off to "Nam" .. stories of trying to adjust after the war, all the stories told in that deep barratone voice of his that I wish I could hear once more. A Loving Husband, A Proud Father, an American Warrior and One Tough SOB that always had your back.... thats the Hugh Warner I will miss ~ Goodbye my friend tell Barb I said hi and kick that firemans ass if you see him!

My deepest condolence.

My deepest condolences. Hugh was a wonderful man that left an impact on my life, forever. 

Hughie..you were a wild man! I will always fondly remember you and Barb!

Please accept my Deepest Sympathies