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Harry Clearance Warner

(Aug. 3, 1962 - Sept. 23, 2012)

Harry Clearance Warner died Sunday, Sept. 23 after a hard battle with cancer. He was 50.

Harry was born in Laramie to Jim and Neva Warner. He was the only son in the family. Harry was raised for some of his life in Laramie until his father moved the family to Torrington where he continued his education.

Harry proudly joined the Wyoming National Guard during his senior year of high school. He came home from training and went to work for local farmers. He later went to work for Z and W Mill where he continued to serve his country for 18 proud years.

In 2001, Harry moved to Powell to be with his sister Linda and her family. He went to work for Northrup farms until he decided farming wasn’t for a long-haired boy. He later worked for ADM and loved it there until his death. He always called ADM his extended family and second home. Before his death, he reunited with his stepdaughter and grandchildren.

Harry is survived by four sisters: Linda (Grant) Martin of Powell, Hazel (Randy) Kanzler of Powell, Mary (Ronnie) of Torrington, Alice Hile of Torrington; daughter Cory Jean Venegas; grandchildren Jesus Venegas and Kierstyne Venegas of Witchia Falls, Texas; three aunts and uncles of Torrington: Vicki and Vern Nash, Reva and Skip (Charles) Huston, Peggy Moore; several nieces and nephews; special nieces and nephews Annie and Anthony Nading, Tami Warner, Billy Wood; great-nieces and nephews; his adopted family Doug and Melody, Stormy, Maynerd and Cortez Allen and ADM crew, all of Burlington.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents and his great-niece Catie Bug.

A memorial service will be held at Thompson Funeral Home on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 11 a.m.

Thompson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements and condolences may be sent to the family at www.thompsonfuneral.net.

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