Since: May 08

Good Ole West Virginee!!

#1 Oct 3, 2008
She was so sweet and such a good person. I miss seeing that smiling face!!

“we are never really alone ”

Since: Sep 08

pineville

#2 Oct 3, 2008
Sister Waner always said if you want a go to heaven 99 & a 1/2% wont do and she is rigth you have to give 100% to make it there. We sure do miss that beloved Saint... If she didn't make it no body will. She had to give every body a hug on her way up front to sing at church. She sure was a blessing to us all and on her way back to her set.
observer

United States

#3 Oct 3, 2008
This little saint was an inspiration to me. I remember when she would come in where I worked and she would have to hug me there just like she did at church.:) I still find myself singing the chorus to her song from time to time. Heaven will be worth it all, and we aren't far off from joining her either. Praise God!!
what1

United States

#4 Oct 3, 2008
My Grandmother used to talk to her on the phone quite often I never met her but she always seemed like such a sweet lady. My gandmother was a God loving God fearing woman her wholelife and I am sure they both are up there singing with the angels.
Pineville Guy

United States

#5 Dec 27, 2008
This dear lady was a true example of how a christian is supposed to live. I loved her and know she is reaping her rewards in heaven.

Since: May 08

Good Ole West Virginee!!

#6 Dec 27, 2008
Pineville Guy wrote:
This dear lady was a true example of how a christian is supposed to live. I loved her and know she is reaping her rewards in heaven.
I agree. Her and Preacher Warner used to come to my grandmothers to pick blackberries, and they were the sweetest people anyone could know!! An inspiration to anyone who ever met them!!
Sweetpea1

Oceana, WV

#7 Jan 1, 2009
You could never have asked for a better person in world. I remember her singing at church,she was so sweet.I know she is in heaven..;)
butcher man

United States

#8 Jan 1, 2009
Her and preacher Warner were great witnesses for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Carrol

Savannah, GA

#9 Jun 11, 2009
I loved this woman!

“Do Right”

Since: Dec 08

Oceana

#10 Jun 11, 2009
When I was a little girl, we lived beside Preacher and Mrs. Warner at Wyoming in the little camp beside the road. My mom would fry us eggs, and after I ate them I would sneak off to the Warner's house to eat rice. I loved it.

I remember another time I went to Pineville with Mr. and Mrs. Warner, I don't know why, I just remember sitting in the back seatof the car.

My family really loved these wonderful people.

Since: Nov 10

Kingsport, TN

#11 Nov 16, 2010
I remember her and preacher warner as a young boy growing up and wyoming and they where such good people and always so nice to me.
In the Know

Charleston, WV

#12 Nov 22, 2010
She was truly an amazing, God-fearing woman...lovely inside and out...She is definitely in Heaven singing in the choir of angels...
Wanda Franklin Wilson

Nottingham, MD

#13 Dec 10, 2012
Preacher Warner and his wife were very dear friend of Ralph & Ruby Franklin, and their five girls, of Marianna, WV. They often stoped by our house when making their "rounds". Our mom and dear Lillie Mae were very close. Precious memories for our family.
So happy to see this picture!
Wanda Franklin Wilson

Nottingham, MD

#14 Dec 10, 2012
Preacher Warner and Sister Warner were very dear to the family of Ralph & Ruby Franklin (of Marianna, WV) and their five girls.
The Warner's would often stop by our house while making their "rounds" . We all loved them and have precious memories of these two dear Saints of the Lord.
Eddie Kinser

Laurel, MD

#15 Dec 10, 2012
i raised my family at wyoming ani love the warners.icame to marianna in 1949 i was 10yrs old we moved in shanty town,an i never seen a black person,an one day this black man came to our an ask my mother an dad to go to church,an i remember there was a lot of black people live up around the ball park in shanty town an i made a lot of good friends with them.i remember the allans,rices an rosses an the hoskins,an that was back in the good old days....
Eddie Kinser

Laurel, MD

#16 Dec 10, 2012
Wanda Franklin Wilson wrote:
Preacher Warner and Sister Warner were very dear to the family of Ralph & Ruby Franklin (of Marianna, WV) and their five girls.
The Warner's would often stop by our house while making their "rounds" . We all loved them and have precious memories of these two dear Saints of the Lord.
Wanda i sure remember your family,u all lived the first house comming out of shanty town.i will never goorget your dad he was a good man.an all you sisters to.i am a retired coal miner now an live up turckey creek.i seen your sistera barbara about 15yrs ago,her an some more came over to white restrant an ate dinner there an i talked to her.sure good to know u all still around...an may god bless us all a few more years,,,,,,
9 Year old heart

Pineville, WV

#17 Dec 18, 2012
Wonderful smiles like Lilles may a heart warm she is so beloved!💒 see her there one day I pray every night to the lord in my big blue eyes . Lille will shearly will be missed I am very sure even thoughth I never met here maybe I will have a chance 😓 tears flow from my eyes and probly when you read this and find out I am 9 so up were the ✨shines there is always hope to find the lord and be with Lille 🙏 . Love Lille and the lord.
Maurice Q James-Warner

Upper Marlboro, MD

#18 Mar 6, 2013
My grandmother saw me for the first time when I was 4-5yrs old and when my father Fred L. Warner, Sr. died in 1974 she never saw me again. One day in 1990 I woke up and my spirit said to go see your grandmother in Pineville, WV. I was like "What Lord?" I made the journey the next day and pulled up in front of her house and all she did was cry and throw her arms up saying "thank you lord for blessing my prayers". She knew me after 20+yrs and it was one of the happiest days of her life. We talked for hours and it would be the last time I got to see my beloved grandmother. Rest in peace grandma and I will never forget you and the love you gave to me!!
Maurice
Washington, D.C.

Since: Mar 13

Pineville, WV

#19 Mar 8, 2013
They were good people who lived in hard times, but they were an example to everyone who knew them, you never heard a bad word about them nor from them, we should all try to leave this world with people caring for us the way most did about the Warners. They were just plan ole good people and I'm proud to have known them.

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