In Celebration of

Joseph Warner

November 11, 1926 -  July 20, 2017

Died peacefully, in his 91st year of life on July 20, 2017 at the Deerwood Creek Care Community in Etobicoke. He will be sadly missed by his beloved wife Florence “Skip”, brother Harley, sons Paul (Ruth), Stephen (Carol), stepdaughters, Karen, Jayne, Gail, and their families. Grandchildren Joe (Lucy), Jon (Jin), Jeff (Aaron), James (Danielle), and Katie, great grandchildren Ben, Adam, Curtis, Eric, Mason, Anna, Luca. Nieces Karen, Mary, Cathy, Helen and their families. He was pre deceased by his beloved wife Lorraine, cherished sister Betty McTavish and his dear granddaughter Colleen. Arrangements entrusted to Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel. A family memorial will take place at a later date. As an expression of sympathy donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation & Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated by the family.


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Nancy and Doug McFadden (Family friends)

Entered July 22, 2017

Skip, Paul, Ruth Ann, Steve, Carol and families -
Nancy and I were saddened to learn of Joe's passing. Joe was always a great friend and supporter of our family. He always had a joke or a story to liven up the party. I can still hear his infectious laugh (usually at his own jokes). We feel fortunate to have been able to share our lives both with Joe and the entire Warner clan. I spoke to Mom yesterday and we had a few laughs and some tears when remembering him.
With sympathy.
Nancy and Doug

Art and Marilyn Gibney (Marilyn and Lorrain were first cousins)

Entered July 22, 2017 from Kitchener Ont.

We lived next to Joe and Lorrain on Lloydmanor Road in Etobicoke from 1965 until they moved . Steve worked on my brothers farm when he was sixteen for two summers. My father who was a taskmaster made the comment { He isn't bad for a city boy} which was a real compliment. I think Steve became a man spending that time on the farm ,living and getting along with my brother's six children Paul always came over to our house to confer with Marilyn, they had a connection. Joe was a good builder and us with drawings when we renovated our house in 1974.

Kaye Williamson (Sister to Ruth Warner his daughter in law)

Entered July 23, 2017 from Kentucky

He was a very nice man and he loved his family he will sadly missed

Sylvia Oroth (acquaintance)

Entered July 23, 2017 from Toronto

To the family, particularily Paul and Ruth, I'm so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences.
Sylvia Oroth

Lynda Harrison (Sister of Skip)

Entered July 23, 2017 from Houston, TX

I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I am so glad you got to spend so many happy years with Joe. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you.