Larry L. Warner, Sr., 71, of Carlisle, entered into
his heavenly home on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from Harrisburg Hospital. He was born on January 8, 1945
in Carlisle, and was a son of the late Ottomer E. and Ethel I. (Brickner) Warner.
Larry graduated from Boiling Springs High School with the Class of 1962. He retired after 20 years
of owning and operating his own home building and remodeling business in Carlisle. He attended Carlisle
Evangelical Free Church. Larry was the founder of the New Beginnings Loft for Youth on the Petersburg Road,
Carlisle. Larry enjoyed snowmobile and motorcycle racing for over 45 years. He was a
Cushman Scooter enthusiast and he enjoyed antique cars, hunting and anything unique.
He is survived by his devoted wife of 52 years, Jonietta E. (Hinkle) Warner, two sons; Larry L. “Zeek” (and
his wife, Anna) Warner, Jr. of Carlisle and Kyle M. (and his wife, Joelle) Warner of Kane, PA, one daughter, Danielle L. (and
her husband, Jeremy) Gray of Boiling Springs, one foster son, Samuel (and his wife, Janelle) Graham of Nashville and three
grandchildren; Glen Warner, Amelia Gray and Wyatt Gray.
will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 followed by the funeral service at 1:30 p.m. in the Carlisle Evangelical
Free Church, 290 Petersburg Rd, Carlisle, with Pastor Shad Baker officiating. Burial will be in LeTort
Cemetery, Carlisle. Immediately following the burial a time of fellowship will be held at the church.
Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of the arrangements. Flowers are welcome or
memorial contributions in Larry’s name may be made to the “Kids Cove” at the church.
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Sorry to hear about the loss of Larry! We played together @ Cornman family gatherings.
SO SORRY WE ARE NOT ABLE TO ATTEND LARRY'S
SERVICE ,DUE TO OTHER COMMITMENTS .PLEASE KNOW YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS .
KENNY WETZEL & PEGGY
My prayers are with you. May you find strength in your faith.
I am so glad you and Larry were able
to have your 'dream' trip to Hawaii while Larry was still hale and hearty.
like to send my condolences to the Larry Warner family, he was a great man, he will be missed by so many, RIP Larry
to hear this news. I will keep you all in my prayers.
Angela Goolsby (Fahnestock)
You and Your wife planted seed of our Lord Jesus Christ in our
children many years ago and they have been saved now forever. We will miss you a lot. Our thoughts and prayers to your special
Ken and Miriam Bolton
not acquainted with Larry at the time he and his family snowmobiled with my Mom and Dad back in the day. But, made up for
lost time since my retirement, and came to know a profound gentleman, and loving family man. Only five years my senior,
I've lost a true friend much to soon. No doubt he'll be missed by all who ever come to know him.
So sorry to hear about your husband. Just keep all the wonderful memories close to your heart and he will always be with
you. Praying for peace and comfort for you and your family.
Dick and Nancy Feeser
Always remember our times together racing snowmobiles. A good friend always.
God bless you and family. RIP
Bill & Kay Tanger
We are so very sorry for your loss. Larry was an incredible man & an amazing reflection of Christ.
An inspiration to so many. It was always a pleasure working alongside him at CEFC. We pray for strength & peace for
each of you. And remember, it's not good-bye, just so long for now. May God bless you & keep you, may he shine his
face upon you and be gracious to you, may he turn his face towards you & give you peace. Rest In Peace Larry, you sure
will be missed.
Jane & Derek Jardine
would like to send our deepest sympathy to the entire Warner family for your loss of a wonderful man. We met Larry almost
3 years ago as our landlord and we could not have asked for a better person to have come into our lives. We had many laughs
and down to earth conversations with Larry and he always talked so highly of his beautiful wife and family. He will be greatly
missed by us. May God Bless you all!
Darryl and Lisa Ferrell 113 Chestnut
I was very sorry to hear about Larry passing away. Larry was a such a good guy and a great leader.
I looked up to him. He lived life the way it was meant to be lived and he did so much good in the world. I remember him always
laughing and smiling. He went above and beyond to make sure people around him were happy and taken care of. He did his part
to make the world a better place. I know mine is better because he was in it along the way. The worlds lost a good one.
Larry, Anna and Glen, We weren't
aware that anything happened until it was over. You have our deepest condolences. Lots and lots of memories. He was a fine
man and now he is at peace.
Gary and Bobbie Myers
I just learned of Larry's Home-going. While happy for him that his battle is now
over and he is with Jesus, I grieve for you and the family. Praying for you all.
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