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Raymond Warner

September 21, 1919 - December 12, 2010


10-11:00 A.M. Friday, December 17 in St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo.

Prayer Service:

11:00 A.M. Friday, December 17 in St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo.


Holy Cross North Cemetery, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Raymond Warner

September 21, 1919 - December 12, 2010


Raymond was born to the late Charles and Margaret (Quade) Warner in Getty Township, Stearns County, Minnesota. He married Marcelin B. Vornbrock on September 26, 1946 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Padua, MN. Raymond was employed as a mechanic for International Harvester Motor Truck in Fargo, ND and then at Stein Chemical in Moorhead, MN until he retired. He was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Waite Park, Eastside VFW 4847 and Knights of Columbus Council in Waite Park. Raymond was a Navy veteran of WWII. Raymond was a devout Catholic, husband, father and grandfather. He loved to play cards, dance and travel–especially with his wife, Marce. He was a humble man who was very talented in many trades. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends.Raymond is survived by his children, Carol Zietz of Fargo, ND, Kathleen (Don) Krebsbach of St. Cloud, MN, Harley and Jean (Sullivan) of Waukesha, WI, Ken and Bonnie (Smith) of Dilworth, MN, Roger of Sioux City, IA, Ron of Escanaba, MI, RaeAnn (Ronnie) Aberle of Arlington TX, Steven and Denise (Syverson) of Rochester, WA, Don and Janice (Goebel) of St. Joseph, MN, Tracy (Mike) Nelson of Gilbert, AZ, Mary of Albany, MN, John of Waite Park, MN; 15 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife on October 12, 2010; daughter, Pamela Settelmeyer and grandsons, Austin and Joseph on October 24, 1985; son-in-law, Jerry Zietz; brother, Charles; and sister, Dorothy Schwanke.


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  1. Mike & Darlene Wolf says:

    Mesa AZ
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Warner family in the loss of your Dad. We got to know both of your parents when they lived in Fargo and we were members at St. Anthony’s church. May the dear Lord give all of you strength and comfort in the coming days.

    Mike & Darlene Wolf

  2. Deb and Brooke Pedersen says:

    Our deepest sypathies to Carol and Naomi and the rest of their family in the loss of your father and grandfather. It has been a tough few months for you in the loss of both your parents in such a short amount time. Keep good memories close to your heart.

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