Frank Warner age 83, passed away Monday, August 26, 2013. Frank was born November 26, 1929 to George Walker Warner and Sadie (Kinman) Warner in Coffeyville, Kansas. His parents have preceded him in death along with 4 brothers and 5 sisters. Frank graduated from Field Kindley High School in Coffeyville, Kansas and entered the military in October 1951 serving in the Korean War. He received the Combat Infantryman Badge symbol of the front line soldier while serving the 7th Infantry Division in Korea and awarded the Korean Service Ribbon.
He married Erma Lee Foster, June 29, 1956 in Kansas City, Missouri where they raised three children. Frank worked for KW Dart, Kenworth and Kline Trucking Companies. His passion was hunting and fishing and raising bird dogs. He retired and moved to Lowry City where he and his wife built a home on land once owned by Erma’s grandfather Guilford Park Foster in the Tally Bend area near Wrights Creek Cemetery.
Frank accepted Christ as his savior in his late sixties becoming a member of the First Baptist Church of Lowry City.
He is survived by his wife Erma Warner and children Kathy Gilmore and her husband Everett of Edgerton, Missouri, Rhonda Wilhite and her husband Larry of Independence, Missouri, Jeff Warner and his wife Pam of Kansas City, Missouri; Six grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren and his brother Paul Warner of Lowry City, Missouri.