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Sally J. Warnes

Sally J. Warnes, 80, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away Saturday, November 17, 2012, at her residence in Georgetown. Born August 30, 1932 in Medina, to parents Warren A. and Arebecca White, she was one of five children raised in the White household.

Sally graduated in 1950 from Lodi High School in Lodi. After graduation, Sally earned her Associates Degree from Wooster Business College in Ohio. She began her career in the family business and later directed her skills in a medical clinic serving others. She had a heart of gold and the love and care she modeled for her children was a testament to how much she cherished being a mother.Sally loved the outdoors, where she enjoyed the beauty of flowers, the local wildlife and fishing. Her joy in music included traditional, county and polka songs. Sally will be greatly missed, but she will be forever in our memory and always in our hearts.

Sally was preceded in death by her parents, Warren A. and Arebecca White; step mother, Ethel White Browand; daughter, Christina May Sears; granddaughter, Leigh Anne Frontz; grandson, William Wesley Frontz; brothers, Jack and Robert White.

To cherish her memory, Sally leaves behind her legacy, which includes her loving and caring husband of 12 years, Gordon C. Warnes of Georgetown, Texas; son, William W. Frontz and wife Jeanette of Bay City, Texas; son, Randy E. Frontz of Bay City, Texas; granddaughters, Nicole Sears of Lubbock, Texas and Jennifer Deckman of Ponca City, Oklahoma; grandsons, Derek Sears of Lubbock, Texas, Nick Frontz of Friendswood, Texas, Scott Sears of Austin, Texas and Matthew Frontz of Bay City, Texas; step daughters, Ellen Winkler of Wooster and Julia Warnes-Slutz of Huron; and sisters, Peggy Nettleton of Williamstown, New Jersey and Jeanette Weaver of Loveland, Colorado, along with a host of nieces and nephews, and great grandchildren.

Services for Mrs. Warnesare currenly pending.

In lieu of flowers, memorials and donations may be made in Sally’s name to the American Heart Association (www.heart.org) or the charity of your choice.

You are invited to share a message or memory in the memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com