Roy Lewis Warner Sr., 75, of the Chautauqua County Home, formerly of Grant Street, Jamestown, died Tuesday (Feb. 12, 2013), in the home.
He was born in Ripley, N.Y. on Feb. 21, 1937, the son of Albert and Pearl Lewis Warner.
Roy was employed as a truck driver for Midwest Transit, delivering mail for more than five years. He previously was employed as a laborer and had worked on the Veterans Bridge across Chautauqua Lake, and in earlier years he was a farmer and worked in Ripley, Clymer, Mayville and Cassadaga.
He is survived by his wife, Alberta King Warner, whom he married on Oct. 12, 1957; three sons: Roy (Lori) Warner, Cleveland, Ohio, Robert (Kerry) Warner, Jamestown, and Edward (Kim) Warner, Ellery Center; a daughter, Alverta Monagle, Jamestown; 10 grandchildren; Jessica Smith, Julie, James and Douglas Monagle, Jamestown, Matthew, Christopher, Mary and Joseph Warner, Ohio, Cassie Chapan and Tessa Warner, Ellery Center; several great-grandchildren; three brothers: Clifford Warner, Hartfield, N.Y., George Warner, Florida, and Albert "Junior" Warner, Mayville, N.Y.; and two sisters: Sharon Cobb, Stockton, N.Y. and Phyllis Newman, Mayville, N.Y.
He was preceded in death by four brothers: Milo, Charles, Harold and Gordon Warner; and a sister, Bessie Jamison.
The funeral service will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Hubert Funeral Home and Cremation Services. The Rev. William Blair, pastor of New Creation Assembly of God Church, will officiate.
Friends will be received for two hours prior to the funeral service.
You may send a condolence to the family by visiting www.hubertfuneralhome.com.