The Star News, Medford, Wis. page 3, Thursday, Nov. 26, 1959
Roy T. Warner, 81
Buried at Hannibal
Funeral services were held at the Plombon funeral home in Gilman Monday for Roy T. Warner, town of Cleveland retired farmer, Rev. James Fischer officiating, and burial was in the Hannibal cemetery. Pallbearers were Fred Schwark, Earl Weihrouch, Irman Henke, Alva Clark, John Wojick and Kenneth Parmenter.
Mr. Warner died November 20 at St. Joseph's hospital in Chippewa Falls. His death at the age of 81 was attributed to a heart condition.
Born May 5, 1878 in Buffalo county, Mr. Warner came to the town of Cleveland in April 1919. He retired from farming in 1951, his wife having died on January 27 of that year.
Surviving are a step-son, Howard McMahon of Eau Claire; two sons, Glyndon E. Warner and Sydney G. Warner, both of Hannibal; a daughter, Marigen Kleiber of Manitowoc; two brothers, Allen and Ralph Warner, both of Cornell; 16 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.