|Birth: ||Oct. 28, 1915|
|Death: ||Oct. 20, 1982|
My Aunt Marion was married to my dad's brother. She married Clarence Earl Warner and they had five children: Rita (who died 5 hrs after birth), Patsy, Ila, Ann, & Bob.
The first time I met Aunt Marion, I was about six or seven years old. She and Uncle Clarence came out from Michigan to visit us at our home in Montana. We were taking them up to some property we had in the mountains when Aunt Marion became very nervous. Finally, she asked, "When's the last time you had trouble with the Indians?" My Dad said "Oh, about a hundred or so years ago." She honestly thought we were going to be attacked by renegade Indians. She became so scared, we finally had to turn back because my parents were afraid she'd have a heart attack.
The story later became a family joke, but at the time, she was pretty serious.
Marion died of cervical cancer about a year after her beloved husband, Clarence, died from diabetes.
Thomas John Gorman (1878 - 1972)
Edith Ann Trumble Gorman (1886 - 1935)
Clarence Earl Warner (1909 - 1981)*
Rita Rose Warner (1935 - 1935)*
Robert Orville Warner (1943 - 2011)*
New Calvary Catholic Cemetery
Created by: A Marine Daughter
Record added: Dec 31, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 10195061