2017-06-01 / Obituaries

George A. Warner

George A. Warner, of Jamestown, passed away peacefully on his 77th birthday, May 27, 2017; at home surrounded by his loving family.

He was the beloved husband of Linda (Armbrust) Warner for 55 years.

Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Albert Greene and Harriet May (Bates) Warner.

Mr. Warner served in the U.S. Air National Guard during the Berlin Crisis.

He worked as a service technician for Marshall Electric for more than 25 years.

George was a square dance caller for many years, had served as Jamestown Town Sergeant, chairman of the Republican Town Committee and was a president of the Conanicut Grange. Mr. Warner was an associate member of the FOP and member and president of the Jamestown Hunters and Shooters.

George also was a longtime member and former president of the Beavertail Lighthouse Museum Association, where he enjoyed sharing his knowledge and love of the lighthouse.

He also enjoyed camping, canoeing, sailing, skiing,

George was well known for his beautiful blue eyes, sweet smile and teasing sense of humor.

In addition to his wife, he leaves three children, Wendy S. Harvey (Paul) of Jamestown, Melissa W. Burrows (Edward) of Jamestown and Christopher G. Warner (Thea) of Odenton, Md.; and five grandchildren, Jessica Burrows, Andrew Burrows, Aren Warner, Corbin Warner and Lily Harvey. He was the brother of the late Marilyn Gracik.

A memorial service and celebration of his life will be conducted in late August.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Beavertail Lighthouse Museum Association matching fund, PO Box 83, Jamestown, RI 02835 will be appreciated.

For information and condolences, visit www.FaganQuinnFuneralHome.com.

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