Obituary – Warner, William “Buddy”

Class of 1938

1938 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Buddy Warner

– son of Mrs. Bertha Warner was born in Morrison. He has attended school in Sumner, Lutheran school in Perry and Perry high school.

He played football on the second string his year for which he received a silver football. He is also a member of the Walther League of the Lutheran church.

He plans to go into the oil business after graduation.

William “Buddy” Warner

November 23, 1919 – May 27, 1994

William “Buddy” Warner, 74, resident of 1202 Seventh street, was found deat at approximately 3:30 p.m. Friday, lying on the ground beneath his farm tractor at the side of a county road three miles south and a mile and a half east of Perry.

Funeral has been set for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel of Brown Funeral home. Rev. Myron C. Maltz will officiate. Burial will be at Grace Hill cemetery. A memorial has been established to benefit the Perry Memorial hospital CT scanner fund.

Warner was born at Morrison on Nov. 23, 1919, the son of William and Bertha Warner. He attended Sumner, Christ Lutheran and Perry schools and was a 1938 graduate of Perry high school. He and Frankie DeVilbiss were married in El Reno in 1940.

He served with the United States Air Force during World War II. Warner had been a dirt contractor since 1947. He was a member of Christ Lutheran church.

In addition to his wife, of the home, survivors include one son, Bill Warner, Perry; a grandson, Cody Warner, Perry; and one sister, Lois Talbott, Seven Lakes, N.C.