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John W. Warrell

died Wednesday, June 11, 1969

Submitted by Eileen Gibson, no relation to person in the obituary


Observer Reporter, Tuesday, 17 Jun 1969

John W. Warrell, 74, of Knoxville Road, Steubenville R.D. 1, Ohio, a retired employee of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation died Wednesday, June 11, 1969 at 10 pm in the Ohio Valley Hospital after an illness of five weeks.

He was born December 5, 1894 in Claysville, a son of the late John E. and Clara Hanna Warrell, and was a resident of Claysville before moving to Steubenville several years ago, where he was employed as a brass molder by the steel firm.

During World War 1 he served with the 332nd Infantry Division in Italy. His wife, Mabel Dixon Warrell, is deceased.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Turner ( Mary) Loy, Steubenville R.D. 1 and Mrs. Donald (Pauline) Phillips, Burgettstown R.D. 4, two sisters, Mrs. Ralph (Margaret) Clutter, Claysville and Mrs. Howard (Lola) Young, Washington; four brothers: Elmer Warrell, Clyde Warrell and Frederick Warrell, all of Claysville and Neil E. Warrell, New York City; also seven grandchildren.

The funeral service was held Saturday morning, Jun 14 from the McClave Funeral Home, Steubenville, with Rev. John A. Backora officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery.


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