Carolyn Ann (Stieferman) Warminski

Class of 1961

1961 Maroon SpotlightCarol Ann Stieferman
Carol Ann Stieferman

Band ’58-’61; Band Queen ’59-’60; Glee Club ’58-’61; Girls’ Trio ’58-’60; Girls’ Quartet ’60-’61; Teen Town Council ’59-’60; Teen Town Treasurer ’60-’61; Student Council ’59-’60; Home Room Vice President ’58-’59; F.T.A. ’59-’61; All School Revue ’58-’61; Christmas Vespers ’58-’61; Singorama ’58-’61; Girls’ State ’59-’60; Class Secretary ’60-’61; Band Secretary ’59-’60.

Carolyn Ann (Stieferman) Warminski

July 9, 1943 – March 11, 1989

Former Perryan Carolyn Ann Stieferman Warminski, 45, Wichita, Kan., died Saturday evening at St. Francis Regional hospital at Wichita. Mrs. Warminski had been hospitalized for three weeks and had been ill approximately six months.

Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic church at Wichita. Funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Francis church with Rev. Thomas McGread officiating. Graveside rites will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday at St. Rose of Lima Catholic cemetery at
Perry. Rev. Kevin Devlin, pastor of St. Rose of Lima Catholic church, will officiate. Memorials may be made to the AmericanHeart Association.

Mrs. Warminski was born July 9, 1943, at Perry General hospital, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Leo Stieferman. She had lived in the Perry community until she began her college education.

She attended St. Joseph Academy at Perry and was a graduate of Perry high school. She attended Central State university and received her bachelor of science degree in education from Oklahoma State university. Mrs. Warminski was an honor student through high school and played the piano as a high school student. She was a four-year member of the Perry high school band and was a PHS band queen. She was an Oklahoma Girls State delegate. She graduated from college with honors and had taughtin the Texas and Kansas school systems.

Mrs. Warminski is survived by a daughter, Ciristy, and a son, Kevin, both of the home; her mother, Mrs. Pauline Stieferman, Perry; a sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Gore, Louisville, Texas; and two brothers, Rev. Lowell Stieferman, Oklahoma Qty; and Robert stieferman, Tulsa.