Elbert Jack Warner


Elbert "Jack" Warner, age 89, graduated to heaven on May 11, 2019. Survived by his four beloved children, Cyndie Gardner/ Barry, Tulsa, Mark Warner, Joplin, Athena Dean/ Rick, Tulsa, Tanya Cartright/Allen, Tulsa; a sister, Vera Osborne; and three granddaughters, Amariah, Emerald and Selena.
Jack served in the Air Force as military Staff Sergeant during Korean War in Tokyo, Japan. He retired from SperryVickers Corporation in Joplin.
We are blessed to know, that because of Jesus Christ, we will see him one day again.
Graveside service at Oakwood Cemetery, (6 miles south of Neosho), on Friday, May 17th at 11:30.
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Services are under the direction of Clark Funeral Home, Neosho, MO.
Published on May 14, 2019
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Tina Eberle
May 15, 2019
"Oh come come come come come come come."......Thats what I would be singing silently, While Jack would be singing "Oh come to the church in the Wildwood", in his low baritone voice and Cyndie would be laughing, unable to hold a tune!...And anytime the three of us were in the same place, eventually one of us would break out in "Oh come to the church in the wildwood, and ......repeat the whole thing all over again.....Thats what I remember most about Jack! He had a good sense of humor!
sherry warner
May 14, 2019
this man was my beloved father in law it was a great blessing to know him
he was the best storie teller in the world I had the pleasure of knowing how wonderful he was and how he blessed my life I will miss him with great heart