James n. Warner
CUERO — James N. Warner age 74 of Cuero Tx passed away on 9/10/20. Jim was a graduate of Refugio High School class of 64. He was also a graduate of Southwest Texas State University and a member of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. Jim was a proud Bobcat! Jim served in the US Army and received an Honorable Discharge in 1971. He was preceded in death by his parents Hale D. L. and Lillie Finley Warner. Brothers Gordon Warner, Neil Warner, Danny Warner and Terry Warner. Sister Bonnie Anderson. He is survived by Sisters Agnes Dry, Pat Clendennen, Cindy Zinnell, and Sheryl Deases. And numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Jim served in the restaurant business for many years managing the Pizza Inn, Jimmy Macks and Pelicans Wharf all in Victoria Tx. He finished his working career by managing the Cuero Country Club until his retirement. Jim loved his family and friends and they will miss him dearly. He also loved his Refugio Bobcats and would attend every game possible. The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays were his favorite time of year as he would cook up some wonderful desserts and loved giving gifts to all. We have lost a great son, brother, cousin and uncle and look forward to seeing him again in Gods Heaven. A celebration of Jim’s life will be held at a later date.
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