Born In: Admiral, Saskatchewan, Canada
Passed in: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Passed on: October 20th, 2012
WARRENER, Gladys A. Warrener, age 85 of Swift Current and formerly of Cadillac, passed away peacefully on October 20, 2012 at Prairie Pioneer Lodge, Swift Current, SK. The Funeral Service was held at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 23, 2012 from the Cadillac Community Hall with Reverend Sharon Ferguson Hood officiating. The Interment Service took place at the Cadillac Cemetery. The organist was Cindy Gorrill and a life tribute was presented by Darrol Finlay and Luann Warrener. The pallbearers were Randy Fischer, Donald Fischer Andre Lacelle, Wesley Kinnee, Stuart Kyle and Dennis Robinson. Gladys is survived by her children; Beverley Heiser, Doug (Luann) Warrener, Stuart (Marion) Warrener, Bernice (Darrol) Finlay. Grandchildren Trevor (Cori) Warrener and their children Dax and Ethan, Rhett (Christina) Warrener and their children Luke and William, Dana (Michael) Milen, Amy (Chad) Lacina and their children Reece and Rielle, Nicole Warrener (friend Bryan), Tori and Kelly Finlay, Michelle (Curtis) Gursky and their child Grayson, Marcia (Dan) McIvor and their children Ava and Marck, and Blaine (Kelly) Heiser and their children Abby and Cole. Gladys was predeceased by her husband Bill (1980) and her sisters Mary (Reg) Green and Beatrice (Andy) Landry. Gladys was born on the Bilboe farm north of Admiral. She attended Blairville School and Shaunavon High School. She married William Warrener on February 3, 1950 in Shaunavon. Mom proudly worked at the Cadillac Royal Bank until her retirement in 1988. She was an active member of the Home and School Association, U.C.W., Cadillac Curling Club, CAR Club, Rebekahs Lodge and the Rec. Board. In her spare time she enjoyed knitting, crocheting, dancing, singing, playing card, reading and above all watching sports on TV. Often she would have two TVs and the radio all tuned into different games and would enjoy them simultaneously! Mom was very independent and had her mind made up on issues before the family even knew there was an issue. Mom's sharp wit, with quick come-backs always added flavor to our gatherings. Her sense of humor carried her through many of life's ups and downs. We will miss her fried chicken and homemade buns; most of all we will miss her snapping brown eyes peering out of her round chubby face. Mom will be lovingly missed by her family, but she will live in our hearts forever. We will all laugh and joke together again, when we meet again! In mom's memory, memorial donation may be made to the Cadillac Community Hall. Warren's Funeral Home in care of arrangements. For further information please call 773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to the family in our book of condolence.