Warren Odell Ganues  January 26 1963  March 22 2020

Warren Odell Ganues January 26 1963 March 22 2020

January 26 1963 March 22 2020
Warren’s Obituary Warren Odell Ganues was born on January 26, 1963 in Kinston, North Carolina to parents, Theodore and Esther Ganues. He passed away on March 22, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. After 22 years of service, Warren retired as a United States Army Ranger and worked as an IT specialist at NSA through COMSO. He was a car and motorcycle enthusiast and enjoyed playing the Stock Market. Warren was the life of the party with the brightest smile. His deep love for his family showed in all that he did. Warren was preceded in death by his parents, Theodore and Esther Ganues. He is survived by his loving wife, Tanja Ganues; son, Warren Odell Ganues, Jr.; daughters, Felicia Ganues and Selena Ganues; grand-daughter, Faith Ganues; brothers, Larry Frazier, Earl Frazier and Maurice Ganues; sister, Francine Grady; as well as countless nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins in New York and Arapahoe, North Carolina. A private visitation will be held at Schertz Funeral Home. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Warren Odell Ganues January 26 1963 March 22 2020.

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death notice Warren Odell Ganues January 26 1963 March 22 2020

obituary notice Warren Odell Ganues January 26 1963 March 22 2020

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  1. It is with great sympathy and true sadness that I send my condolences for their loss to Mrs. Ganues, the wife, children and grandchildren of our “Brother in Arms” Warren O. Ganues. Loved as a soldier and companion, always prepared to go the extra mile to “make it work”. Brother Ganues will be remembered for his determination, will to succeed, and physical readiness…May The LORD Bless!!

  2. My condolences. I also served with him in Germany for a short time. I can’t say we always got along but he was a good man and I’m sure the world is worse off without his great sense of humour. My prayers are with his family and friends.

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