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Stacy Warner, admired for his cooking skills and humor

Posted: Friday, Oct 12th, 2012

Stacy Morgan Warner, 45, of Parkersburg, W. Va., died unexpectedly Sept. 23, 2012, at his residence.

He was born Jan. 19, 1967, in Page to Alma Warner of Davisville, W. Va., and Fred Warner of Page.

Stacy attended Desert View Elementary and Page Middle School before moving to West Virginia in 1981. While living in West Virginia, Stacy became a history buff of the Civil War and enjoyed visiting the local areas dedicated to the war. He was an avid fan of rock-n-roll and the West Virginia University Mountaineers football team.

Stacy was a good cook and his family and friends very much admired and appreciated his ability to cook up a superb meal. Stacy also possessed a wonderful smile and sense of humor that those around him enjoyed.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Bill and Dorothy Warner of Page and his maternal grandfather James Amos of Parkersburg. Stacy leaves behind a twin brother Shane Warner, a daughter Alicia Daugherty, granddaughter Addie Daugherty, grandson Jacob Daugherty, maternal grandmother Mildred Amos and his companion of many years Sheena Smith.

His family and friends held a Memorial Service Sept. 28 at the Fort Boreman Park in Parkersburg, the site of a Civil War fort on a hilltop overlooking the valley and the Little Kanawha and Ohio rivers. Stacy was loved by his family and friends and will be dearly missed.

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