Warner Fulton Stone, Jr.

Warner Fulton Stone, Jr.
Warner Fulton Stone, Jr.

Warner Fulton Stone, Jr., 79, of Amarillo, TX passed away on April 12, 2021.

Private family services will be held.

Warner was born in Oklahoma City, OK on March 3, 1942, to Lillie and Warner Fulton Stone.

Warner was a frequent pool player at VFW. He retired from Boeing and Bell Helicopter. He loved to travel, he traveled to China to show how to make parts for Boeing.

Survivors include his sisters, Rose Civaicaro, of California, and Blanche Evakitch, of Oklahoma City, OK; and brother, John Miller, of Oklahoma City, OK.

3 Replies to “Warner Fulton Stone, Jr.”

  1. Man… It’s taken me some time to write; Warner was such a dear friend like our family for so many years. How I can say so much and not have enough space here; me and my sister can recall so many good times with him and allowing us to play in his game room. Our parents were so close to him and I just felt in my heart that if my Pops was still here he would definitely be right there checking on him daily till his last days here, therefore I felt it was my duty to ensure I spent plenty of time with him as a small token of respect and love he had for our entire family and as we loved him. Warner you will be deeply missed and I was honored to have spent the time we had this last 3-4 years on a regular weekly basis not including 40 years knowing you as “Our Neighbor” until we meet again, give my Momma and Pops a big hug and kiss for me… Love you Stoney! Jr

  2. We will never forget you “Stoney”! Growing up with you in our lives made such an impact! I have so many fond memories of time spent with you! Your were such a good friend to my parents and you always looked out for us! We will never have a neighbor/family friend like you again! They don’t make them like that anymore! Gonna miss you, but say hello to mom and dad for us! Until we meet again, fly high!

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