Ms. Louise Sharon Warner

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Ms. Louise Sharon Warner (Warner Sister/Wings of Courage Ministry), Boarded on May 8, 2017 ‘The ‘Ol’ Gospel Ship’ to take her trip to her final destination…..Heaven! King Jesus has been her ‘Captain” and “Anchor” on her “Sea of Life’. There will be no burial…no funeral…no flowers. The family has requested a private ‘Home going’ Celebration. For the past few difficult weeks, God has especially blessed Louise and her family with priceless ‘healing’ time together. Her children, relatives, and many personal friends shared their love and concern. They offered giant favors, gifts of all kinds, songs, prayers, as well as lots of lovely cards and phone visits. Louise was careful to give thanks to the Lord for allowing special time for these added memories. Louise thanks her faithful ‘sidekick’ sisters, Donna and Nancy, for ‘being there’ all the years while growing up and again while growing old. Louise so appreciated her North Carolina Family members for their continuous love, support and endless care-giving. Also a special thanks to the Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care. Ms. Louise Warner was born to Rev. and Mrs. C.L. Warner, April 18, 1944, in Minneapolis, MN. In 1952, she moved with her family to her parents ‘hometown in Rice Lake WI., where her father was Pastor for thirty-five years. Louise married Irving Geary from Rice Lake WI. August 4. 1962. Louise is preceded in death by her husband, Irving Geary. Louise is survived by her two children; Jeanna (Steve) Drinken of St. Croix Falls, WI., and Irving (Anna) Geary of North Branch, MN., along with her six awesome grandchildren; Kodi and Kyle Drinken; Mackenzie, Kendra, Tessa and Cooper Geary. Louise was also preceded in death by her father, Rev. C. Lawrence Warner, March 23, 1980, and her mother Florence, October 21, 2013. Louise is also survived by her three sisters; Donna Warner of Dobson, N.C. Earline (Dennis) Pittman of Cameron WI., Chaplain Nancy Warner of Dobson, N.C. and one brother, Rev. Timothy (Sandra) Warner of Hayward, WI. Louise had many precious nieces and nephews. “Yea, the ‘ANCHOR’ holds, in spite of life’s storms”