Tom Warner, age 17, went to Heaven on July 15th, 2021. He was born to Mark and Karen Warner on August 14th, 2003 at Mercy Hospital. Tom was very active and athletic; he was a good skateboarder. Tom was involved in baseball and football, as well as on the Golf team. Tom was on the bowling league since the third grade and moved up to a varsity member of the bowling team; he was a part of the bowling team that qualified for state in 2021 and he was a finalist for Stark County Bowler of the Year for 2021. Tom even competed in two (2) half marathons. Along with the athletics, Tom was a boy scout and played clarinet in the high school band. Too, he enjoyed running, biking, and walking his dog.
Tom was going to start his senior year at Louisville High School next month, August 2021. He was an honors student with a 4.2 GPA. He enjoyed French and Art classes and was planning on going to France next year. Tom was employed at Petiti’s on Columbus Road and, also, worked at a blueberry patch. This summer, Tom went on his first backpacking trip. He was a lifetime member of Kountze Lutheran Church where he played in the bell choir, performed clarinet solos, and operated the slide show for Sunday services. He enjoyed speed-running Mario 64 DS 150 stars. You can watch his videos on his YouTube channel: Samus899. Tom fit a lot of life into his 17 years.
In addition to his parents, Tom is survived by his two brothers, Anthony (21) and Nathan (8); all his grandparents, Jim and Michele Warner of Louisville, Pamela (Bob) Crouch of Wadsworth, and Ed (Dianne) Just of Wadsworth; and his large extended family of cousins, aunts, and uncles. He was much loved and will be sorely missed.
Tom loved animals, so we ask donations be made to the Humane Society in lieu of flowers.
Calling hours will be held on Monday, July 19th, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home: 303 S. Chapel St. Louisville, Ohio 44641.
Services will be officiated by Pastor Bruce Roth on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. Family will receive friends and family starting at 10:00 a.m. with services starting 11:00 a.m. at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church: 930 Nickel Plate S., Louisville, Ohio 44641.
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My Grandson Tommy.
I remember living next to your family and Megan enjoyed taking care of your cats and dogs while you were on vacation. So sorry for your loss. We will be praying for you all!
Thank you Tammy
Tom was one of the most unique and exciting people to be around. Every time I spoke to him, he amazed me with either a witty joke or random fact. His mind was amazing as he was incredibly smart and I appreciated being around him any time I got the chance to. On camp outs, he’d climb trees and do this hilariously amazing things. We’d always have a good time with Tom and he was just a great kid. He will be so so missed. Prayers for the family.
Yes there wasn’t a tree Tom couldn’t climb. Thank you Justin for sharing your memories.
I had the privilege of having Tom in the personal finance class this past fall. I enjoyed talking to him about running and the class material. It was a unique school year and Tom handled the situation very well. I am so very sorry for your loss. Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies during this difficult time.
we are so sorry for your terrible loss. your family is in our prayers.
we are so sorry for your terrrible loss. your family is in our prayers.
I did not know this young man who had accomplished so much in his short time. I would like to offer my very sincerest sympathies to his family and friends. It is a tragedy to lose any talented person and especially so for one so young and full of promise.
We are so very sorry to here about Tommy. I am Jim and Michele’s niece. We never got to meet him but sounds like he was an amazing young man. So so sorry for your loss. Praying for your family to have strength in the coming days, months , years. Hold tight to one another.
Karen. I’m so sorry for your loss.
Our deepest sympathy to the entire Warner Family in the Loss of Tom. We truly enjoyed announcing the Bowling Match last year where Tom excelled for our STATE BOUND Leopard Boys Bowling Team.
May God Bless Always,
Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss! Losing a child is the hardest of life’s paths to walk! 😔💔 Know that you, Karen, and your entire family are in my prayers and thoughts! 🙏🏻
Praying for you all to have peace and comfort!
I think Tom’s spirit animal must have been a wolf. He loved to travel with his pack (I got to experience many campouts/hikes with this excellent young man and Troop 44), he was fiercely loyal, he was brave and adventurous, and he was a quiet leader. Tom was one of the quietest people I have ever known, but you could tell that wisdom beyond his years was just behind those eyes. Mr. Bob (me) was always the troop goofball, and would say or do so many outrageous things to get the boys to laugh or crack a smile. Out of thousands of interactions, I think I saw a slight grin twice from Tom. But I was most grateful for those moments when I would see that beautiful smile, because it warmed my heart. I am sure Tom is taking some long runs in the most beautiful peaceful meadows now, or maybe skateboarding down Jesus’ sidewalk. We’ll miss you here Tom and hope to see you again some day.
I was so sorry to hear about your son. I raised 3 sons and know how I would feel if I lost one. My prayers are with your family.
Karen, please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you His peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Mark and Family,
My deepest and heartfelt sympathies go out to entire Warner Family. I can’t even imagine what you are going through. The loss of one’s child is a true tragedy that every parent prays they never have to experience. My thoughts and prayers are with you through these heartbreaking times.